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BlueGene/L Photo Gallery

BlueGene/L is the world's fastest supercomputer

  • 2004-2007 peak speed: 596 teraFLOPS
  • Memory: 75 terabytes
  • Input/Output bandwidth: 35 gigabytes per second
  • Disk space: 1.9 petabytes
  • For more information, contact:

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Credit all images: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

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Additional BlueGene/L photos (construction and assembly)

 


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