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Presentation - Intro to IT

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Duy Nguyen Phuong

on 26 April 2010

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Supercomputer History what is supercomputer? classification Commodity supercomputer Custom supercomputer Hybrid supercomputer Low bandwidth High latency Expensive Demand Weather predicting Fossil fuel Exploration Nuclear simulation + = Lecturer: Quang Tran Students: Nguyen Phuong Duy
Le Truc Quynh
Kim Tea Ho Assignment 1: Introduction to Information Technology Present and future application Conclusion Today application 1954 - 1963 Performance: 15000 operations per second Clock speed: 1 microsecond Desktop Mainframe Workstation Embedded computer Supercomputer A class of the fastest and most powerful computers Most expensive Latest technology Do extraordinary things in many fields References Algorithm Predicts Interactions Between Unsolved Protein Structures, posted 15 November, viewed 22 March 2010, <http://www.scienceblog.com/cms/algorithm_predicts_interactions_between_unsolved_protein_structures>
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Basic requirement One of the most powerful machines in the near future Able to do complex tasks Today supercomputer will soonly become "common computer" The need of new versions Nanotechnology Protein simulation Weather predicting Natural disasters forecast Cosmology Transportation support Environmentally friendly Node performance High bandwidth Low latency Scalable interconnects 37,376 six-core AMD Istanbul processors Pleiades supercomputer Group 3 - Team 7 IBM AN/FSQ-7 Cray 1 Univaclarc IBM7030strech Cdcstar100 Cyber205 Cray 2 CM-5 ASCI-white2000 Bluegene2004 Roadrunner Big Mac - Virginia Tech
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