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7GHz, Intel Xeon E5-2697v2 , Intel Xeon Phi 7120p + Apps support (2416 Gflops per node)
The architecture can scale to more than 2,000 nodes in a rack and enables ultra-high Gflop density and energy efficiency not achievable with PCI Express or Ethernet technologies.
The board includes the AMD GX-210HA dual-core processor, combined on a single die with AMD Radeon HD 8210E discrete-class graphics, providing 85 GFLOPS compute performance while drawing only 9 watts.
With 576 GFLOPs of peak single precision floating point performance and 480 individual processing units (shaders), the Condor 3000 graphics processor is particularly well suited for highly parallel computations and other GPGPU applications such as image analysis, radar, sonar, and video surveillance.
Gizmo 2 is one of the highest performing development boards available with 85 GFLOPS performance, ideal for those looking to supplement or replace entry-level platforms.
16 (cPCI Packet Switching Backplane) compliant device drives DSP applications with up to 48 GFLOPs of peak computational power.
Within the first week of operation the SGI 2800 system was performing production calculations with the OVERFLOW Computational Fluid Dynamic code at a sustained rate in excess of 50 GFLOPS per second.
The SX-ACE is a new vector supercomputer equipped with a multi-core vector CPU, which enables the world's top-level single-core performance of 64 GFLOPS and the largest memory bandwidth per core of 64 GB/s.
The Virtex-II Pro P40 FPGA brings a large number of multipliers for top performance in front-end signal processing, while the 1 GHz PowerPC7447 provides the RISC-based GFLOPS for the back-end signal processing.
A 33 percent higher single precision floating point2 over the previous generation at 768 GFLOPS enables the AMD E8860 GPU to also blast through the most complex parallel applications like terrain and weather mapping, facial and gesture recognition and biometric and DNA analysis.
With Gigahertz processing and high-bandwidth sub-systems, the CHAMP-AV III provides applications with 32 GFLOPs peak computational power.
25 GHz DSP cores and deliver the industry's first 10-GHz DSP with 320 GMACs and 160 GFLOPs of combined fixed- and floating-point performance on a single device.