The world’s fastest supercomputer is now even more absurdly powerful than before

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The world’s most powerful supercomputer has set yet another performance record, inching the high performance computing (HPC) industry ever-closer to the landmark exascale barrier.

As per the latest bi-annual Top500 rankings, Japanese supercomputer Fugaku has extended its lead at the top by a modest margin, with a new peak performance of 442 petaFLOPS by the High Performance Linpack (HPL) benchmark (up from 416 petaFLOPS in June).

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