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  • United States Continues To Lead World In Supercomputing

    United States Continues To Lead World In Supercomputing

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    (November 18, 2019) - - Today, the U.S. Department of Energy published the following information: WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the world’s TOP500 Supercomputers were unveiled, and once again asserted U.S. supremacy in supercomputing. The Summit machine at DOE’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory again ranked first in the world, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Sierra machine ranked second. In total, four of the ten fastest computers belong to U.S. National Laboratories, with Los Alamos and Sandia Labs’ Trinity machine at 7th place and Lawrence Livermore’s Lassen machine at 10th place. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry issued the following statement regarding today’s announcement: “Today’s world supercomputer rankings once again confirms U.S. leadership in high-performance computing and scientific discovery. Led in large part by the extraordinary work of DOE’s National Laboratori
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    United States Continues To Lead World In Supercomputing
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    (November 18, 2019) - - Today, the U.S. Department of Energy published the following information: WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the world’s TOP500 Supercomputers were unveiled, and once again asserted U.S. supremacy in supercomputing. The Summit machine at DOE’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory again ranked first in the world, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Sierra machine ranked second. In total, four of the ten fastest computers belong to U.S. National Laboratories, with Los Alamos and Sandia Labs’ Trinity machine at 7th place and Lawrence Livermore’s Lassen machine at 10th place. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry issued the following statement regarding today’s announcement: “Today’s world supercomputer rankings once again confirms U.S. leadership in high-performance computing and scientific discovery. Led in large part by the extraordinary work of DOE’s National Laboratori
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