Top Super Computers 10

ඉතින් යාළුවනේ මට පොඩි assessment එකක් කරන්න උනා ලෝකේ හොදම super computers 10 ගැන,ඉතින් මට හිතුනා ඔයාලටත් දැනගන්න මේක දාන්න.....

#1 TIANHE 2, Guangzhou Supercomputing Center

China follows up its Tianhe-1A with Tianhe-2, the new fastest supercomputer in the world that was delivered ahead of its two-year expected schedule.

This powerful new system is the second Chinese supercomputer to place first in the Top500, following in the footsteps of its namesake Tianhe-1, which topped the list in 2010. The Tianhe-2 system (also known as Milky Way 2) is the world’s new number one system

Country: China

Site: National University of Defense Technology (NUDT)

Manufacturer: NUDT

Cores: 3,120,000

Linpack Performance (Rmax): 33,862.7 TFlop/s

Theoretical Peak (Rpeak): 54,902.4 TFlop/s

Power: 17,808.00 kW

Memory: 1,024,000 GB

Interconnect: TH Express-2

Operating System: Kylin Linux

Compiler: ICC

Math Library: Intel MKL-11.0.0

MPI: MPICH2 with a customized GLEX channel

#2 TITAN SUPERCOMPUTER, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

The Titan supercomputer, developed by Cray, is another machine funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, this time for the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. An upgrade from the facility’s previous processor, the Jaguar

Country: U.S.

Site: DOE/SC/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

System URL:

Manufacturer: Cray Inc.

Cores: 560,640

Linpack Performance (Rmax): 17,590.0 TFlop/s

Theoretical Peak (Rpeak): 27,112.5 TFlop/s

Power: 8,209.00 kW

Memory: 710,144 GB

Interconnect: Cray Gemini interconnect

Operating System: Cray Linux Environment

#3 SEQUOIA SUPERCOMPUTER, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Together with the Vulcan supercomputer, the Blue Gene/Q patterned IBM Sequoia supercomputer is one of the LLNL’s crown jewels. It was constructed by IBM for the National Nuclear Security Administration as part of its Advanced Simulation and Computing Program, as fully deployed on June 2012.

Country: U.S.


Manufacturer: IBM

Cores: 1,572,864

Linpack Performance (Rmax): 17,173.2 TFlop/s

Theoretical Peak (Rpeak): 20,132.7 TFlop/s

Power: 7,890.00 kW

Memory: 1,572,864 GB

Interconnect: Custom Interconnect

Operating System: Linux

#4 K SUPERCOMPUTER, RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science (AICS), Japan

The K Computer is Fujitsu’s “super” creation for the RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science campus in Kobe, Japan.

Country: Japan

Site: RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science (AICS)

Manufacturer: Fujitsu

Cores: 705,024

Linpack Performance (Rmax): 10,510.0 TFlop/s

Theoretical Peak (Rpeak): 11,280.4 TFlop/s

Power: 12,659.89 kW

Memory: 1,410,048 GB

Interconnect: Custom Interconnect

Operating System: Linux

#5 MIRA SUPERCOMPUTER, Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois

Also called the ‘IBM Mira’, Mira is a petascale Blue Gene/Q supercomputer operated by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Agonne National Laboratory. Mira, a Blue Gene/Q-based system housed at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) is now the fifth-fastest system in the world. Mira is being used to significantly advance science and industry.

Country: U.S.

Site: DOE/SC/Argonne National Laboratory

Manufacturer: IBM

Cores: 786,432

Linpack Performance (Rmax): 8,586.6 TFlop/s

Theoretical Peak (Rpeak): 10,066.3 TFlop/s

Power: 3,945.00 kW

Interconnect: Custom Interconnect

Operating System: Linux

#6 STAMPEDE, Texas Advanced Computing Center

Installed at the University of Texas’ Advanced Computing Center, the Stampede supercomputer’s Dell PowerEdge servers are powered by Xeon processors and an InfiniBand interconnect

Country: U.S.

Site: Texas Advanced Computing Center/Univ. of Texas, Austin

System URL:

Manufacturer: Dell

Cores: 462,462

Linpack Performance (Rmax): 5,168.1 TFlop/s

Theoretical Peak (Rpeak): 8,520.1 TFlop/s

Power: 4,510.00 kW

Memory: 192,192 GB

Interconnect: Infiniband FDR

Operating System: Linux

Compiler: Intel

Math Library: MKL


#7 JUQUEEN SUPERCOMPUTER, Jülich Supercomputing Centre

The Juqueen supercomputer has recently replaced the ‘Jugene’ at the Forschungszentrum Jülich (Jülich Supercomputing Centre) as the institution’s lead machine.

Country: Germany

Site: Forschungszentrum Juelich (FZJ)

System URL:

Manufacturer: IBM

Cores: 458,752

Linpack Performance (Rmax): 5,008.9 TFlop/s

Theoretical Peak (Rpeak): 5,872.0 TFlop/s

Power: 2,301.00 kW

Memory: 458,752 GB

Interconnect: Custom Interconnect

Operating System: Linux

#8 VULCAN, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Located at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in California, the Vulcan supercomputer is devoted to both government use and collaborative endeavours of industry and research universities.

Country: U.S.


Manufacturer: IBM

Cores: 393,216

Linpack Performance (Rmax): 4,293.3 TFlop/s

Theoretical Peak (Rpeak): 5,033.2 TFlop/s

Power: 1,972.00 kW

Memory: 393,216 GB

Interconnect: Custom Interconnect

Operating System: Linux

#9 SUPERMUC SUPERCOMPUTER, Leibniz Rechenzentrum, Munich, Germany

The SuperMUC is the name of the Leibniz-Rechenzentrum’s (Leibniz Supercomputing Centre) newest supercomputer in Garching, near Munich, Germany.

Country: Germany

Site: Leibniz Rechenzentrum

System URL:

Manufacturer: IBM

Cores: 147,456

Linpack Performance (Rmax): 2,897.0 TFlop/s

Theoretical Peak (Rpeak): 3,185.1 TFlop/s

Power: 3,422.67 kW

Interconnect: Infiniband FDR

Operating System: Linux

#10 TIANHE-1A, National Supercomputing Center, Tianjin, China

Translated from Mandarin as “Milky Way Number One”, Tianhe-1A is one of the few petascale supercomputers in the world

Country: China

Site: National Supercomputing Center in Tianjin

Manufacturer: NUDT

Cores: 186,368

Linpack Performance (Rmax): 2,566.0 TFlop/s

Theoretical Peak (Rpeak): 4,701.0 TFlop/s

Power: 4,040.00 kW

Memory: 229,376 GB

Interconnect: Proprietary

Operating System: Linux

Compiler: ICC

MPI: MPICH2 with a custom GLEX channel

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