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Working in collaboration with the University of Minnesota, NCSA scientists using the new IntelliStation Z Pro to study gas flow dynamics have achieved single-processor performance in excess of 650 megaflops.
These conferences explore such diverse and forward-looking topics as "Risk, Knowledge and Security, The Future of Software," and the upcoming topic, "Digital Infrastructures: Megaflops & Microwonders.
For the auto industry's most demanding Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) jobs, the Cray SV1ex typically will sustain over 500 megaflops per processor, allowing it to run virtually any NVH job overnight instead of in several days," said Jef Dawson, Cray SV1ex applications manager.
Even more damaging to Ashley's ill-starred Tyneside reign was the fact it was the deadline day capture of megaflops Xisco and Gonzalez after the sale of James Milner that led to boss Kevin Keegan's sensational exit and the subsequent Toon Army revolt against the ex-billionaire.
Per processor the system achieves from 60-70 percent of its peak speed of 200 megaflops (million floating-point operations per second).
Even more damaging to Ashley's ill-starred Tyneside reign was the fact it was the deadline day capture of megaflops Xisco and Gonzalez after the sale of pounds 12m James Milner that led to boss Kevin Keegan's sensational exit and the subsequent Toon Army revolt against the ex-billionaire.
The processor is externally clocked at 50 MHz and provides 100 MegaFLOPS performance.
The two-processor, air-cooled deskside supercomputer system ordered from Cray Research Japan features a peak system performance of 267 megaflops (million calculations per second), 512 megabytes (million bytes) of main memory, and measures just 2 feet (w) x 2.
The new CRAY EL94 system provides more than 500 megaflops peak system performance, twice the peak system performance of the previous deskside system at approximately the same prices and same footprint size, according to Robb.
CS6400 system produced 613 megaflops (or Mflops, million floating-point operations per second), while a 32-processor model achieved 689 Mflops.
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