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Supercomputer maker Cray has kicked off the race to the end of the third quarter by landing a $40m contract to supply the Korea Meteorological Administration in South Korea with a next-generation parallel super that will eventually grow to 600 teraflops of raw number-crunching power. KMA is currently a Cray customer and has a …


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  1. David Edwards

    Ronnie or reggie


  2. blackworx
    Big Brother

    Uncle Sam

    "These machines are not good at number crunching, but they are great at database searches - the kind that Uncle Sam likes to do."

    Single scariest sentence I've read today.

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