Every six months, the Top500 organization reveals its list of the world’s fastest supercomputers. And for the past few lists, there’s been a lot of movement. In June 2011, it was Japan’s “K” supercomputer. In June 2012, it was IBM’s Sequoia. In November 2012, Cray took the lead with its Titan supercomputer. And now there’s a new fastest supercomputer – the Chinese Tianhe-2.
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