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BlueGene

An IBM supercomputer. See supercomputer sites.
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Simulations on the company's Blue Gene super computer indicated that the polymers attach the nanomaterials to cell surfaces, increasing the initial signalling process.
Simulations on IBMs Blue Gene super computer showed that the polymers attach the nanomaterials to cell surfaces, amplifying the initial signaling process.
One of the world's most powerful computers, Blue Gene, can manage just .002% of that.
Following the success of IBM Deep Blue in the area of chess and IBM Blue Gene and its utility in mapping the human genome, IBM Watson was set to the task of answering questions posed using natural language.
In May 2013, IBM donated to DOST the Super Computer Blue Gene for use, among others, in weather applications computing.
Blue Gene, the high-performance computer built by IBM in 2004 for solving genetic analysis problems, could assemble as many as 65,000 individual processors to reach computational powers in the hundreds of trillions of operations per second.
To bring all the pieces of the puzzle together, Markram and his team have devised a way of gathering all relevant data about the encephalon from around the globe using a supercomputer called Blue Gene. The powerful machine housed at the EPFL campus in Ecublens, is like a huge sponge that absorbs all this information from existing open-access databases published papers and experiment results.
Used by the US National Nuclear Security Administration, IBM's Blue Gene Protoype 2 achieved 2,097 MFLOPS (millions of floating-point operations per second) per watt, a measure of the amount of computing power it generated per watt of power consumed.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-February 9, 2011-IBM's Blue Gene supercomputer selected by US DOE's Argonne National Laboratory(C)1994-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
IBM will analyse the results using 'Blue Gene', the world's second-fastest supercomputer.