The TOP 500 List of the world’s most powerful supercomputers


 

 

 

The TOP500 project ranks and details the 500 (non-distributed) most powerful known computer systems in the world. The project was started in 1993 and publishes an updated list of the supercomputers twice a year. The first of these updates always coincides with the International Supercomputing Conference in June, the second one is presented in November at the ACM/IEEE Supercomputing Conference. The project aims to provide a reliable basis for tracking and detecting trends in high-performance computing and bases rankings on HPL, a portable implementation of the High-Performance LINPACK benchmarkwritten in Fortran for distributed-memory computers.

The TOP500 list is compiled by Hans Meuer of the University of Mannheim, Germany, Jack Dongarra of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Erich Strohmaier and Horst Simon of NERSC/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

 

Contents

Project history

 

In the early 1990s, a new definition of supercomputer was needed to produce meaningful statistics. After experimenting with metrics based on processor count in 1992, the idea was born at the University of Mannheim to use a detailed listing of installed systems as the basis. Early 1993 Jack Dongarra was persuaded to join the project with his Linpack benchmark. A first test version was produced in May 1993, partially based on data available on the Internet, including the following sources:

The information from those sources was used for the first two lists. Since June 1993 the TOP500 is produced bi-annually based on site and vendor submissions only.

Since 1993, performance of the #1 ranked position steadily grew in agreement with Moore’s law, doubling roughly every 14 months. The fastest system as of November 2010 is roughly 36,000 times faster (in terms of peak Tflops) than the fastest system as of June 1993.

 

The systems ranked #1 since 1993

 

Rankings

November 2011

 

Rank Rmax
Rpeak
(Pflops)
Name Computer
Processor cores
Vendor Site
Country, year
Operating system
The following table gives the Top 10 positions of the 38th TOP500 List released on November 14, 2011.
1 10.510
11.2804
K computer RIKEN
88,128×8 SPARC64 VIIIfx processors
Fujitsu RIKEN
 Japan, 2011
Linux
2 2.566
4.701
Tianhe-1A NUDT YH Cluster
14,336×6 Xeon + 7168×14 NVIDIA Tesla, Arch (Proprietary)[3]
NUDT National Supercomputing Center of Tianjin
 China, 2010
Linux
3 1.759
2.331
Jaguar Cray XT5
224,162 Opteron
Cray Oak Ridge National Laboratory
 United States, 2009
Linux (CLE)
4 1.271
2.9843
Nebulae Dawning TC3600 Blade
55,680 Xeon + 64,960 Tesla, InfiniBand
Dawning National Supercomputing Center in Shenzhen (NSCS)
 China, 2010
Linux
5 1.192
2.28763
TSUBAME 2.0 HP Cluster Platform 3000SL
73,278 Xeon, Tesla
NEC/HP GSIC Center, Tokyo Institute of Technology
 Japan, 2010
Linux (SLES 11)
6 1.11
1.36581
Cielo Cray XE6
142,272 Opteron
Cray Los Alamos National Laboratory
 United States, 2010
Linux (CLE)
7 1.088
1.31533
Pleiades Altix
111,104 Xeon, InfiniBand
SGI Ames Research Center
 United States, 2011
Linux
8 1.054
1.28863
Hopper Cray XE6
153,408 Opteron
Cray Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
 United States, 2010
Linux (CLE)
9 1.05
1.25455
Tera 100 Bull Bullx
138,368 Xeon, InfiniBand
Bull SA Commissariat à l’énergie atomique (CEA)
 France, 2010
Linux (XBAS)
10 1.042
1.37578
Roadrunner BladeCenter QS22/LS21
122,400 Cell/Opteron
IBM Los Alamos National Laboratory
 United States, 2009
Linux (Fedora 9)

Legend

 

  • Rank – Position within the TOP500 ranking. In the TOP500 List table, the computers are ordered first by their Rmax value. In the case of equal performances (Rmax value) for different computers, the order is by Rpeak. For sites that have the same computer, the order is by memory size and then alphabetically.
  • Rmax – The highest score measured using the LINPACK benchmark suite. This is the number that is used to rank the computers. Measured in quadrillions of floating point operations per second, i.e. petaflops.
  • Rpeak – This is the theoretical peak performance of the system. Measured in Pflops.
  • Name – Some supercomputers are unique, at least on its location, and are therefore christened by its owner.
  • Computer – The computing platform as it is marketed.
  • Processor cores – The number of active processor cores actively used running Linpack. After this figure is the processor architecture of the cores named. If the interconnect between computing nodes is of interest, it’s also included here.
  • Vendor – The manufacturer of the platform and hardware.
  • Site – The name of the facility operating the supercomputer.
  • Country – The country in which the computer is situated.
  • Year – The year of installation/last major update.
  • Operating System – The operating system that the computer uses.

See also

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 


 

November 2011

Contents

Japan’s “K Computer” maintained its position atop the newest edition of the TOP500 List of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, thanks to a full build-out that makes it four times as powerful as its nearest competitor. Installed at the RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science (AICS) in Kobe, Japan, the K Computer it achieved an impressive 10.51 Petaflop/s on the Linpack benchmark using 705,024 SPARC64 processing cores.

The K Computer is the first supercomputer to achieve a performance level of 10 Petaflop/s, or 10 quadrillion calculations per second. In June 2011, the partially built K computer had taken the No. 1 position with a performance of 8.16 Petaflop/s. Contrary to many other recent very large systems, it does not utilize graphics processors or other accelerators. The K Computer is also one of the most energy efficient systems on the list.

Still in second place is the Chinese Tianhe-1A system with 2.57 Petaflop/s performance. One year ago, the Tianhe-1A system took the top spot, but was dethroned when the next TOP500 list was published six months ago.

In fact, the Top 10 supercomputers on the latest list – the 38th edition of the twice-yearly list – remain unchanged from June 2011. The latest list, the data behind it and the trends it reflects will be the topic of a Birds-of-a-Feather session to be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15, at the SC11 supercomputing conference in Seattle.

“This is the first time since we began publishing the list back in 1993 that the top 10 systems showed no turnover,” said TOP500 editor Erich Strohmaier, who will lead the discussion at SC11.

The largest U.S. system is a Cray XT5 system called Jaguar and installed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, with a 1.75 Petaflop/s performance running the standard Linpack benchmark application. Other top U.S. systems include Cielo, a Cray XE6 at Los Alamos National Laboratory (No. 6); Pleiades, an SGI Altix machine at NASA’s Ames Research Center (No.7); Hopper, a Cray XE6 at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (No. 8); and Roadrunner, an IBM system that was the first ever to break the Petaflop/s barrier, at Los Alamos (No. 10). Systems in China, Japan and France round out the Top 10.

TOP 100 List – November 2011 (1-100)

 

Rmax and Rpeak values are in TFlops. For more details about other fields, check the TOP100 description.Power data in KW for entire system

 

Rank Site Computer/Year Vendor Cores Rmax Rpeak Power
1 RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science (AICS)
Japan
K computer, SPARC64 VIIIfx 2.0GHz, Tofu interconnect / 2011
Fujitsu
705024 10510.00 11280.38 12659.9
2 National Supercomputing Center in Tianjin
China
NUDT YH MPP, Xeon X5670 6C 2.93 GHz, NVIDIA 2050 / 2010
NUDT
186368 2566.00 4701.00 4040.0
3 DOE/SC/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
United States
Cray XT5-HE Opteron 6-core 2.6 GHz / 2009
Cray Inc.
224162 1759.00 2331.00 6950.0
4 National Supercomputing Centre in Shenzhen (NSCS)
China
Dawning TC3600 Blade System, Xeon X5650 6C 2.66GHz, Infiniband QDR, NVIDIA 2050 / 2010
Dawning
120640 1271.00 2984.30 2580.0
5 GSIC Center, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Japan
HP ProLiant SL390s G7 Xeon 6C X5670, Nvidia GPU, Linux/Windows / 2010
NEC/HP
73278 1192.00 2287.63 1398.6
6 DOE/NNSA/LANL/SNL
United States
Cray XE6, Opteron 6136 8C 2.40GHz, Custom / 2011
Cray Inc.
142272 1110.00 1365.81 3980.0
7 NASA/Ames Research Center/NAS
United States
SGI Altix ICE 8200EX/8400EX, Xeon HT QC 3.0/Xeon 5570/5670 2.93 Ghz, Infiniband / 2011
SGI
111104 1088.00 1315.33 4102.0
8 DOE/SC/LBNL/NERSC
United States
Cray XE6, Opteron 6172 12C 2.10GHz, Custom / 2010
Cray Inc.
153408 1054.00 1288.63 2910.0
9 Commissariat a l’Energie Atomique (CEA)
France
Bull bullx super-node S6010/S6030 / 2010
Bull
138368 1050.00 1254.55 4590.0
10 DOE/NNSA/LANL
United States
BladeCenter QS22/LS21 Cluster, PowerXCell 8i 3.2 Ghz / Opteron DC 1.8 GHz, Voltaire Infiniband / 2009
IBM
122400 1042.00 1375.78 2345.0
11 National Institute for Computational Sciences/University of Tennessee
United States
Cray XT5-HE Opteron Six Core 2.6 GHz / 2011
Cray Inc.
112800 919.10 1173.00 3090.0
12 HWW/Universitaet Stuttgart
Germany
Cray XE6, Opteron 6276 16C 2.30 GHz, Cray Gemini interconnect / 2011
Cray Inc.
113472 831.40 1043.94
13 Forschungszentrum Juelich (FZJ)
Germany
Blue Gene/P Solution / 2009
IBM
294912 825.50 1002.70 2268.0
14 National Supercomputing Center in Jinan
China
Sunway BlueLight MPP, ShenWei processor SW1600 975.00 MHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
NRCPCET
137200 795.90 1070.16 1074.0
15 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
United States
Xtreme-X GreenBlade GB512X, Xeon E5 (Sandy Bridge – EP) 8C 2.60GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
Appro
46208 773.70 961.13 924.2
16 National Super Computer Center in Hunan
China
NUDT YH MPP, Xeon X5670 6C 2.93 GHz, Proprietary, NVIDIA 2050 / 2011
NUDT
53248 771.70 1342.75 1155.1
17 DOE/NNSA/LLNL
United States
BlueGene/Q, Power BQC 16C 1.60 GHz, Custom / 2011
IBM
65536 677.10 838.86 340.5
18 Moscow State University – Research Computing Center
Russia
T-Platforms T-Blade2/1.1, Xeon X5570/X5670 2.93 GHz, Nvidia 2070 GPU, Infiniband QDR / 2011
T-Platforms
33072 674.11 1373.06 2800.0
19 University of Edinburgh
United Kingdom
Cray XE6, Opteron 6276 16C 2.30 GHz, Cray Gemini interconnect / 2011
Cray Inc.
90112 660.24 829.03
20 NOAA/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
United States
Cray XE6, Opteron 6276 16C 2.30GHz, Cray Gemini interconnect / 2011
Cray Inc.
77824 565.70 715.98 972.0
21 Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences
China
Mole-8.5 Cluster, Xeon X5520 4C 2.27 GHz, Infiniband QDR, NVIDIA 2050 / 2011
IPE, Nvidia, Tyan
29440 496.50 1012.65 540.0
22 DOE/NNSA/LLNL
United States
eServer Blue Gene Solution / 2007
IBM
212992 478.20 596.38 2329.0
23 DOE/SC/Argonne National Laboratory
United States
Blue Gene/P Solution / 2007
IBM
163840 458.61 557.06 1260.0
24 Sandia National Laboratories / National Renewable Energy Laboratory
United States
Sun Blade x6275, Xeon X55xx 2.93 Ghz, Infiniband / 2010
Sun
42440 433.50 497.40
25 Texas Advanced Computing Center/Univ. of Texas
United States
SunBlade x6420, Opteron QC 2.3 Ghz, Infiniband / 2008
Sun
62976 433.20 579.38 2000.0
26 DOE/NNSA/LLNL
United States
Blue Gene/P Solution / 2009
IBM
147456 415.70 501.35 1134.0
27 Bull
France
Bullx B510, Xeon E5 (Sandy Bridge – EP) 8C 2.70GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
Bull
20480 360.87 442.37
28 International Fusion Energy Research Centre (IFERC), EU(F4E) – Japan Broader Approach collaboration
Japan
Bullx B510, Xeon E5 (Sandy Bridge – EP) 8C 2.70GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
Bull
20480 360.87 442.37
29 IBM – Rochester
United States
BlueGene/Q, Power BQC 16C 1.60 GHz, Custom / 2011
IBM
32768 339.83 419.43 170.2
30 Air Force Research Laboratory – ARFL DSRC
United States
Cray XE6 8-core 2.4 GHz / 2010
Cray Inc.
42712 336.30 410.04
31 Korea Meteorological Administration
Korea, South
Cray XE6 12-core 2.1 GHz / 2010
Cray Inc.
45120 316.40 379.01 1711.6
32 Korea Meteorological Administration
Korea, South
Cray XE6 12-core 2.1 GHz / 2010
Cray Inc.
45120 316.40 379.01 1711.6
33 Universitaet Frankfurt
Germany
Supermicro Cluster, QC Opteron 2.1 GHz, ATI Radeon GPU, Infiniband / 2011
Clustervision/Supermicro
16368 299.30 508.50 416.8
34 Swiss Scientific Computing Center (CSCS)
Switzerland
Cray XE6, Opteron 6272 16C 2.10 GHz, Cray Gemini interconnect / 2011
Cray Inc.
47872 297.00 402.12
35 Government
United States
Cray XE6 12-core 2.2 GHz / 2010
Cray Inc.
45504 295.50 400.44
36 Forschungszentrum Juelich (FZJ)
Germany
Sun Constellation, NovaScale R422-E2, Intel Xeon X5570, 2.93 GHz, Sun M9/Mellanox QDR Infiniband/Partec Parastation / 2009
Bull
26304 274.80 308.28 1549.0
37 KISTI Supercomputing Center
Korea, South
Sun Blade x6048, X6275, IB QDR M9 switch, Sun HPC stack Linux edition / 2009
Sun
26232 274.80 307.44 1275.0
38 DOE/SC/LBNL/NERSC
United States
Cray XT4 QuadCore 2.3 GHz / 2008
Cray Inc.
38642 266.30 355.51 1150.0
39 Texas Advanced Computing Center/Univ. of Texas
United States
Dell PowerEdge M610 Cluster, Xeon 5680 3.3Ghz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
Dell
22656 251.80 301.78
40 Airbus
France
HP POD – Cluster Platform 3000 BL260c G6, X5675 3.06 GHz, Infiniband / 2011
HP
24192 243.90 296.11
41 Calcul Canada/Calcul Québec/Université de Sherbrooke
Canada
Rackable C2112-4G3 Cluster, Opteron 12 Core 2.10 GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
SGI
37728 240.30 316.92
42 Amazon Web Services
United States
Amazon EC2 Cluster, Xeon 8C 2.60GHz, 10G Ethernet / 2011
Self-made
17024 240.09 354.10
43 Grand Equipement National de Calcul Intensif – Centre Informatique National de l’Enseignement Suprieur (GENCI-CINES)
France
SGI Altix ICE 8200EX, Xeon E5472 3.0/X5560 2.8 GHz / 2010
SGI
23040 237.80 267.88 1064.0
44 KTH – Royal Institute of Technology
Sweden
Cray XE6, Opteron 12 Core 2.10 GHz, Custom / 2011
Cray Inc.
36384 237.20 305.63
45 Los Alamos National Laboratory
United States
Xtreme-X GreenBlade GB512X, Xeon E5 (Sandy Bridge – EP) 8C 2.60GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
Appro
14080 236.10 292.86 281.6
46 Los Alamos National Laboratory
United States
Xtreme-X 1320H-LANL, Opteron 12 Core 2.30 GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
Appro
37056 230.60 340.92 540.4
47 Universitaet Aachen/RWTH
Germany
Bullx B500 Cluster, Xeon X56xx 3.06Ghz, QDR Infiniband / 2011
Bull
25448 219.84 270.54
48 UCSD/San Diego Supercomputer Center
United States
Xtreme-X GreenBlade GB512X, Xeon E5 (Sandy Bridge – EP) 8C 2.60GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
Appro
12608 218.10 262.25 252.2
49 INPE (National Institute for Space Research)
Brazil
Cray XT6 12-core 2.1 GHz / 2010
Cray Inc.
30720 205.10 258.05
50 Sandia National Laboratories
United States
Cray XT3/XT4 / 2009
Cray Inc.
38208 204.20 284.00 2506.0
51 NOAA/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
United States
Cray XT6-HE, Opteron 6100 12C 2.1GHz / 2010
Cray Inc.
30912 194.40 259.66 610.0
52 Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA)
Japan
BX900 Xeon X5570 2.93GHz , Infiniband QDR / 2009
Fujitsu
17072 191.40 200.08 831.0
53 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Saudi Arabia
Blue Gene/P Solution / 2009
IBM
65536 190.90 222.82 504.0
54 Purdue University
United States
Cluster Platform 3000 SL6500, Xeon E5 (Sandy Bridge – EP) 8C 2.60GHz, FDR Infiniband / 2011
HP
10368 186.90 215.65
55 ECMWF
United Kingdom
Power 775, POWER7 8C 3.83GHz, Custom / 2011
IBM
8192 185.10 251.40 501.5
56 Environment Canada
Canada
Power 775, POWER7 8C 3.84 GHz, Custom / 2011
IBM
8192 185.10 251.40 501.5
57 Environment Canada
Canada
Power 775, POWER7 8C 3.84 GHz, Custom / 2011
IBM
8192 185.10 251.40 501.5
58 Shanghai Supercomputer Center
China
Dawning 5000A, QC Opteron 1.9 Ghz, Infiniband, Windows HPC 2008 / 2008
Dawning
30720 180.60 233.47
59 Government
France
Cluster Platform 3000 BL2x220, L54xx 2.5 Ghz, Infiniband / 2009
HP
24704 179.63 247.04
60 Taiwan National Center for High-performance Computing
Taiwan
Acer AR585 F1 Cluster, Opteron 12C 2.2GHz, QDR infiniband / 2011
Acer Group
26244 177.10 231.86
61 Sandia National Laboratories
United States
Xtreme-X GreenBlade GB512X, Xeon E5 (Sandy Bridge – EP) 8C 2.60GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
Appro
9936 176.70 206.67 198.7
62 United Kingdom Meteorological Office
United Kingdom
Power 775, POWER7 8C 3.84 GHz, Custom / 2011
IBM
7680 174.90 235.68 470.1
63 United Kingdom Meteorological Office
United Kingdom
Power 775, POWER7 8C 3.84 GHz, Custom / 2011
IBM
7680 174.90 235.68 470.1
64 IBM – Rochester
United States
BlueGene/Q, Power BQC 16C 1.60 GHz, Custom / 2011
IBM
16384 172.49 209.72 85.1
65 IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center
United States
BlueGene/Q, Power BQC 16C 1.60 GHz, Custom / 2011
IBM
16384 172.49 209.72 85.1
66 EDF R&D
France
iDataPlex, Xeon X56xx 6C 2.93 GHz, Infiniband / 2010
IBM
16320 168.80 191.27 510.0
67 SciNet/University of Toronto
Canada
iDataPlex, Xeon E55xx QC 2.53 GHz, GigE / 2009
IBM
30240 168.60 306.03 869.0
68 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
United States
Dell Xanadu 3 Cluster, Xeon X5660 2.8 Ghz, QLogic InfiniBand QDR / 2010
Dell
21756 166.70 243.67
69 Government
United States
Cray XT5 QC 2.4 GHz / 2009
Cray Inc.
20960 165.60 201.22
70 Vestas Wind Systems A/S
Denmark
iDataPlex DX360M3, Xeon X5670 6C 2.93 GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
IBM
15672 162.10 183.68 489.8
71 NOAA Environmental Security Computer Center
United States
SGI Altix ICE 8400EX, Xeon X56xx (Westmere-EP) 3.47 GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
SGI
27648 161.80 382.65
72 University of Tokyo/Institute for Solid State Physics
Japan
SGI Altix ICE 8400EX Xeon X5570 4-core 2.93 GHz, Infiniband / 2010
SGI
15360 161.80 180.02 719.0
73 ERDC DSRC
United States
SGI Altix ICR 8200 Enh. LX, Xeon X5560 2.8Ghz / 2009
SGI
15360 160.20 172.03 774.0
74 IBM Poughkeepsie Benchmarking Center
United States
Power 775, Power7 3.836 GHz / 2011
IBM
6912 159.60 212.12 423.1
75 Commissariat a l’Energie Atomique (CEA)
France
Bullx B505, Xeon E56xx (Westmere-EP) 2.40 GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
Bull
7020 154.00 274.56
76 ERDC DSRC
United States
Cray XE6 8-core 2.4 GHz / 2010
Cray Inc.
20176 153.00 193.69
77 Vienna Scientific Cluster
Austria
Megware Saxonid 6100, Opteron 8C 2.2 GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
Megware
20776 152.90 182.83
78 University of Colorado
United States
PowerEdge C6100 Cluster, Xeon X5660 2.8 Ghz, Infiniband / 2010
Dell
15648 152.20 175.26
79 University of Southern California
United States
PowerEdge 1950/SunFire X2200/IBM dx340/dx360/HP SL160/DL165, Xeon/Opteron 2.3-2.67GHz, Myrinet 10G / 2011
Dell/Sun/IBM
20925 149.90 196.47
80 Cray Inc.
United States
Cray XE6, Opteron 6272 16C 2.10 GHz, Cray Gemini interconnect / 2011
Cray Inc.
23104 146.00 194.07
81 Government
China
Sunway 4000H Cluster, Xeon X56xx (Westmere-EP) 2.93 GHz, Infiniband QDR / 2011
NRCPCET
14280 145.60 167.36
82 CINECA / SCS – SuperComputing Solution
Italy
iDataPlex DX360M3, Xeon E5645 6C 2.40 GHz, Infiniband QDR, NVIDIA 2070 / 2011
IBM
10240 142.70 293.17 160.0
83 CLUMEQ – McGill University
Canada
iDataPlex DX360M3, Xeon 2.66, Infiniband / 2010
IBM
14400 136.30 153.22 337.0
84 New Mexico Computing Applications Center (NMCAC)
United States
SGI Altix ICE 8200, Xeon quad core 3.0 GHz / 2007
SGI
14336 133.20 172.03 861.0
85 Computational Research Laboratories, TATA SONS
India
Cluster Platform 3000 BL460c, Xeon 53xx 3GHz, Infiniband / 2008
HP
14384 132.80 172.61 786.0
86 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
United States
Appro XtremeServer 1143H, Opteron QC 2.2Ghz, Infiniband / 2008
Appro
18224 131.60 162.20
87 eni
Italy
HP ProLiant SL390s G7 Xeon 6C X5650, Infiniband / 2011
HP
15360 131.20 163.43
88 Cyfronet
Poland
Cluster Platform 3000 BL 2×220, Xeon X5650 6C 2.66 GHz, Infiniband / 2011
HP
15264 128.79 162.41
89 DOE/NNSA/LANL
United States
BladeCenter QS22/LS21 Cluster, PowerXCell 8i 3.2 Ghz / Opteron DC 1.8 GHz, Infiniband / 2009
IBM
14400 126.50 161.86 276.0
90 NOAA/ESRL/GSD
United States
Raytheon/Aspen Cluster, Xeon X5560/X5650 2.8/2.66 Ghz, QDR Infinband / 2010
Raytheon/Aspen Systems
13732 126.50 148.12
91 National Computational Infrastructure National Facility (NCI-NF)
Australia
Sun Blade x6048, Xeon X5570 2.93 Ghz, Infiniband QDR / 2010
Oracle
11936 126.40 139.89
92 University of Chicago
United States
Cray XE6 12-core 2.1 GHz / 2010
Cray Inc.
17856 125.80 149.99 677.4
93 Atomic Weapons Establishment
United Kingdom
Bullx B500 Cluster, Xeon X56xx 2.8Ghz, QDR Infiniband / 2010
Bull
12936 124.60 145.15
94 Japan Agency for Marine -Earth Science and Technology
Japan
SX-9/E/1280M160 / 2009
NEC
1280 122.40 131.07
95 Information Initiative Center, Hokkaido University
Japan
Hitachi SR16000 Model M1/176, POWER7 8C 3.83 GHz, Custom / 2011
Hitachi
5504 121.60 168.91
96 Virginia Tech
United States
SuperServer 2026GT-TRF, Xeon E5645 6C 2.40GHz, Infiniband QDR, NVIDIA 2050 / 2011
Supermicro
8320 120.40 238.20
97 IDRIS
France
Blue Gene/P Solution / 2008
IBM
40960 119.31 139.26 315.0
98 DKRZ – Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum
Germany
Power 575, p6 4.7 GHz, Infiniband / 2008
IBM
8064 115.90 151.60 1288.0
99 ECMWF
United Kingdom
Power 575, p6 4.7 GHz, Infiniband / 2009
IBM
8320 115.90 156.42 1329.0
100 ECMWF
United Kingdom
Power 575, p6 4.7 GHz, Infiniband / 2008
IBM
8320 115.90 156.42 1329.0

 

 

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