Supercomputers are stars in their world and become the most valuable object. Supercomputers can process data for military, industrial, and so on. Follow the history and growth of Super Computers from many parts of the world.

In chess, computers wrote history on May 11, 1997. In the 6th game, grandmaster Carry Kasparov was examined by Deep Blue, a computer from IBM. The computer wins with a status of 3 1/2 versus 2 1/2 points. The history of the man against the machine is completed in just 19 steps.

Deep Blue continues to be developed by IBM for these destinations. However, this computer is not the fastest compared to others. Deep Blue is too slow. Top5OO, the legitimate Supercomputer rating ( placed it ranked 259 in June 1997. After 15 years, the computer sank far away. Generally, processors in the Top5OO arrangement are in North America. SuperMuc, the fastest supercomputer in Germany and even Europe, is listed in position 4. Because Super computers suck tremendous energy since 2005 Green5OO has emerged. Here, the rate is Megaflops per Watt, and IBM BlueGene occupies the very top area.

The Supermachine construction and the engine itself are the stars in the world of computers. This million of dollars system is equipped with complicated and complicated data flow. BlueGene can process weather data for the next ten years or simulate the characteristics of car paint in a wind tunnel for days. Even supercomputers can be used for the development of atomic weapons. Thanks to this simulation, the United States (US) does not need to work on testing explosions of nuclear weapons directly. Supercomputers can also be used to calculate cosmic collisions, film scenes, and can become earthquakes. In 2030, the weather forecast is accurate for 14 days.

Super Computer History

Supercomputers began to be created in 1964. First, the supercomputer was the size of a closet and was built by Seymour Gray from the US. Everyone can make a fast CPU, he explained. The trick is to create a fast-paced system. To achieve this, Seymour embodies revolutionary ideas and systems, the majority of which was adopted ten years ago by PC processors, for example, the pipeline. The pipeline allows computers to divide orders into some smaller work steps to the extent that they don’t have to be sequential, order by request. Before the law passed in the process, the processor could initiate a new command, Seymour fostered the first commercial supercomputer and succeeded for the CDC company.

Supercomputer CDC-6600 has a performance of 3 million operations per second (Flops). After establishing its own company, he built the legendary supercomputer Cray-1 in 1976. The system was then marketed to Los Alamos National Laboratory for $ 8.8 million and had a performance of up to 160 million Flops. Flops are short for Floating operations per second. “This number is determined by the Linpack Benchmark.

In 1964, the CDC-660’s performance was indeed a sensation. However, when this speed is limited. In 1997, Deep Blue came with a performance of 11.38 billion Flops. The previous record was solved by ASCI Red with one Teraflops and can process 1,068 billion operations per second; Unpack does measure not only processor speed, but also its overall performance. Even though. Unpack remains controversial. Only computers with specific architectures are rated better by Unpack. Other buildings do not enter into the arrangement because the design does not allow it to be applied. Nevertheless, not a few countries and institutions of science have ambitions to achieve the title of the fastest supercomputer in the world. The US was often in the Top500.

Other architectures do not enter into the arrangement because the design does not allow it to be applied. However, not a few countries and institutions of science are ambitious to achieve the title of the fastest supercomputer in the world. The US was often in Top5OO. However, since the late 1980s, Japan ejected the US, and even the last of China was on top.

The fastest supercomputer on the continent of Asia has the name K Computer. The system was built by Fujitsu and operated in 2011 in Kobe, Japan. This supercomputer has 705,024 CPU cores and runs with Linux. Its performance reaches 10.51 Petaflops, four times the fastest super network in 2010, Tianhe-1A from China. I’m so proud. Japan named their subway station in Kobe under the name of the supercomputer.

However, recently the US returned to master the top ranks with IBM Sequoia its performance reached 16.32 Petaflops. Sequoia has 1.6 million CPU cores and is operated by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for atomic weapons research.

This supercomputer is not uncommon for critical projects — for example, the Pringles factory in Germany. The potato chips maker has used supercomputers to operate the tires and design packaging that requires aerodynamics.