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  • noun Plural form of supercomputer.

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Examples

  • But these superhuman hackers will be able to throw together codes that run in supercomputers at DOD/NSA and embedded systems like the thermostats in you ownhome?

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  • According to analyst firm IDC, revenue from HPCs -- which are commonly termed 'supercomputers' -- will grow by $6.4 billion during the next five years.

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  • According to analyst firm IDC, revenue from HPCs -- which are commonly termed 'supercomputers' -- will grow by $6.4 million during the next five years.

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  • As much as I love the idea of supercomputers superseding humanity, I'm not sure it's going to happen.

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  • As much as I love the idea of supercomputers superseding humanity, I'm not sure it's going to happen.

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  • The massive machines, dubbed supercomputers and vital for jobs ranging from oil exploration to car design, are most commonly constructed using chip technology that evolved from the personal-computer industry.

    Big Computers, Big Changes?

  • Note about the alleged new "supercomputers": all the fancy & supposedly safer hardware isn't worth much if the newfangled COTS based software & computer systems safety & reliability is uncertain & unproven. common sense

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  • During the conference in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, Mr. Schmidt also spoke about the importance of mobile devices for the future of the Internet, calling them "supercomputers" that will eventually lead to higher digital revenue for media companies.

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  • They apply to goods such as supercomputers, lasers, navigation systems and high-performance materials used in missiles.

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  • Using the UWA algorithms, Vo said commercial, off-the-shelf laptops could replace custom-built "supercomputers" with more than ten times their processing power in submarines.

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