World's Fastest Jaguar Supercomputer Focuses on Global Warming

By: Brian G Randles - Published: Nov 18, 2009 • References: usnews &
Al Gore isn't the only robot from Tennessee focusing its efforts on climate change. The Jaguar is the fastest computer in the world and is located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee and is now focusing the majority of its power on solving the climate crisis. The Jaguar supercomputer operates at 1.759 petaflops per second. (FYI, a petaflop is not a failed PETA ad, but a ridiculously fast operating speed of quadrillions of calculations per second). 

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