Author: Mikhail Doroshevich
Russian company T-Platforms has won the bidding for providing 288 computer elements for a new Belarusian supercomputer SKIF, which is a joint Russian-Belarusian project.
T-Platforms will assemble a test configuration of the cluster by the end of Autumn, 2004. The cluster peak processing power will amount to 2,5 trillion operations per second which is 3,5 times more than processing power of its predecessor SKIF-500, assembled by T-Platforms in 2003. The new cluster will be the most powerful computer in the CIS countries and one of 500 world hi-end computers.
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