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The Secret Life of Sequoia

July 10, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

After winning top honors as the fastest supercomputer in the world — for now, anyway — IBM’s Sequoia is getting ready to go to work for the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Its duty: help manage the United States supply of nuclear weapons. “Much of the modeling for defense, aerospace, medical research and anticipating natural disasters is done on supercomputers,” said analyst Rob Enderle.

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