One trillion floating-point operations per second.
 K computer
Nickname for the Next-Generation Supercomputer announced by RIKEN in July 2010.
 Next-Generation Supercomputer facility
A facility established by RIKEN.
 InfiniBand QDR
A network technology.
 High-performance computing
Used for processing massive scientific calculations at high speeds. For example, it can be applied to analyzing weather patterns of the entire planet and distortion analysis after vehicle collisions.
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