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I confess, I'm scared of the next generation of supercomputers

I confess, I'm scared of the next generation of supercomputers

Earlier this year, a Japanese supercomputer built on Arm-based Fujitsu A64FX processors snatched the crown of world’s fastest machine, blowing incumbent leader IBM Summit out of the water. Fugaku, as the machine is known, achieved 415.5 petaFLOPS by the popular High Performance Linpack (HPL) benchmark, which is almost three times the score of the IBM machine (148.5 petaFLOPS).

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