Jaguar Supercomputer

Jaguar Supercomputer
Jaguar Supercomputer
The U.S. is working to build the world’s most powerful supercomputer by 2013. The Department of Energy will use it to research ways to make more efficient power sources. The computer would be powerful enough to simulate lifecycles of nuclear power plants. Read the full article at

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