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April 2003

NCSA adds Copper cluster

NCSA's IBM POWER4 p690 supercomputer, capable of performing two trillion operations per second, becomes available to the general scientific research community. The POWER4 p690 consists of 384 1.3 GHz processors with a total of 1.5 terabytes of memory. It replaces NCSA's 1,512-processor SGI Origin2000 array, which has a peak performance of 660 gigaflops and 614 gigabytes of total memory. The POWER4 is a Shared Memory MultiProcessor...

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