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fugaku computer the fastest computer in the world

The Japan Institute of Physical and Chemical Research announced Tuesday that the Tomitake supercomputer, jointly developed by a research institute associated with the Japanese government and other organizations including Japan's Fujitsu Limited, has released the world's 500 fastest computers on the Top500 website. He announced that he had crossed the list. The evolution of computing power over 20 years ago.

This is the first time that Japanese supercomputers have ranked first in the Top500 list since Supercomputer K topped the list in June and November 2011.

Tomitake, developed by RIKEN Co., Ltd. and Fujitsu Limited, has a speed of 415.53 petaflops. So, according to (Al-Arabiya for Japan), it is about 2.8 times faster than the American computer in second place with a speed of 148.6 petaflops.

The calculations were made for about 95.6% of Fugaku's 159,000 CPUs on 432 computer racks.

According to the Japanese team, the machine is expected to achieve faster computing speeds in the future through software optimization.

Japanese supercomputers also ranked first in the High-Performance Convergent Gradient Benchmarks that measure the computational speed of computer programs for commercial use, the HPL-AI benchmarks, AI computational performance measures, and Graph500 ratings. The ability of computers to analyze graphs, which is important for data processing.

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