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GFLOPS

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gigaFLOPS

(GIGAFLoating point OPerations per Second) One billion floating point operations per second. See FLOPS.
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The processor can achieve 128 Gflops performance while drawing 58 watts of power, he said.
The 32 GIPS, 8 GFLOPS 64-core processor acts as a performance extension to the industry's most popular processor architectures (x86, PowerPC, and ARM).
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