back to article Cray bags $30m to upgrade Edinburgh super to petaflops-class

It is not much of a surprise, seeing as how the UK's national supercomputing service at the University of Edinburgh is a long-time Cray customer, that they would return to Cray to replace its existing XE6 system and replace it with a petaflops-class machine based on the latest Cray interconnect and Intel processor technology. …

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  1. John Smith 19 Gold badge
    Coat

    Backcronyms needed.

    Krieger

    Mallory

    Pam

    Cheryl.

    Cyril

    Anything disreputable considered.

  2. Yorkshirepudding

    LANA!

    Will it play danger zone?

    1. John Smith 19 Gold badge
      Facepalm

      Re: LANA!

      Doh!. Knew I'd forgotten someone

      Which I think is usually her complaint.

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  4. RonWheeler
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    'comprised of'

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Giraffedata/comprised_of

  5. Malcolm Weir Silver badge

    Unit error... stick to Bulgarian Airbags?

    "4.8TB of capacity and 100GB/s of bandwidth" sounds a bit daft: you could fill the thing in 48 seconds.

    So should it be 4.8PB or 4.8EB?

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