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Electronics Production | November 14, 2011

Fujitsu receives supercomputer system order

Fujitsu announced today that it has received an order for its new supercomputer from the Supercomputing Division, Information Technology Center, The University of Tokyo.

Fujitsu supercomputer PRIMEHPC FX10 will be used for the University of Tokyo's new supercomputer system, which will have a theoretical computational speed of 1.13 petaflops. Petaflops are defined as a quadrillion floating-point operations per second. The new system will start operations in April 2012 and will be used to support SCD/ITC's advanced research and educational activities in a variety of fields of science and technology, as well as by corporations. © fujitsu Research center The center is used by more than 1,500 researchers inside and outside of the university. The new system is expected to be put to use in a variety of fields of science and technology (including earth science, astrophysics, seismology, environmental modeling, materials science, energy, biology, fluid dynamics, and solid mechanics).
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