back to article Fujitsu kicks off field trials for post-K exascale computing processor

Field trials of Fujitsu's prototype exascale post-K supercomputer CPU have begun. The post-K exascale (1,000 petaFLOPS) system project was started by Fujitsu and Japanese research institute RIKEN in October 2014. It followed the successful development of the K supercomputer, a 10.5 petaFLOPS system with 705,000 Sparc64 V111fx …

  1. Destroy All Monsters Silver badge
    Joke

    WELP!

    The EU has said it wants to build an exascale system but hasn't contracted with any supplier, such as Atos, to build one.

    Every potential supplier has been found to have "ties to Russia" or is being "sanctioned by the Treasury Department" and so Duhrop can just sit there in the corner and be sad.

  2. RobertsonCR7
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    when three giants unite

  3. Tchou
    Childcatcher

    "The EU has said it wants to build an exascale system but hasn't contracted with any supplier, such as Atos, to build one."

    What is the point in citing Atos here and no one else?

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      By Toutatis! By Benelux!

      It's a simple proof-by-example that the set of european suppliers is not equal to the empty set.

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