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China's first supercomputer Lenovo Shenteng 7000 put into use
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14:09, May 27, 2009

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With a 100 trillion operations per second, China's first supercomputer, the Lenovo Shenteng 7000 has been put into use. It has been independently developed Lenovo Group.

Chen Ji, media relations officer with Lenovo Group, said that the Shenteng 7000 was successfully developed last October, and is similar to the Dawning 5000A.

This supercomputer is also a key innovative product of the "high-performance computer and grid service environment project" under the National High-tech Research and Development Program (863 Program).

The Shenteng supercomputer's peak performance can reach 157 trillion floating point operations per second, with its actual speed exceeding 106.5 trillion floating point operations per second.

By People's Daily Online



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