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teraflop

(unit)
10^12 flops.

Intel beat Hitachi to the record of 1.06 teraflops, on 04 Dec 1996, unofficially in Beverton, Oregon, using 7264 Pentium Pro chips.
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HPE's Spaceborne Computer is the first high-performance commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) computer system to run one teraFLOP at the International Space Station," he said.
This Teraflops research chip offered specific insights in new silicon design methodologies, high-bandwidth interconnects and energy management approaches.
226 teraflops, logged by the ASCI White-Pacific System supercomputer of the United States.
Last year, Intel made a large splash with their proof-of-concept teraflop 80-core chip, with a promise of 80-cores in five years (2011).
The first phase of the project will call for a new 100-teraflop system to be installed at ORNL by 2006, which will subsequently be increased to a total of 250 teraflops by 2007.
A 361-node cluster Linux NetworX built for Argonne National Laboratory also broke the teraFLOP barrier, capable of 1.
3 teraflops, the IBM-designed RS/6000 SP system is the first computer to exceed the double-digit teraflop speed barrier.
Software that simulates magnetism became the first research application to break the teraflop barrier in supercomputing, performing 1.
Only Tera can show these users a product roadmap that promulgates true shared memory and very high memory bandwidth into the sustained teraflop range.