A trillion floating-point operations per second.
 K computer
A supercomputer developed by RIKEN and Fujitsu that achieved the world's top-ranked performance on the TOP500 list announced in June and November 2011.
 Computational materials science
Established as a new approach for connecting theory with experimentation, a field of materials science that employs simulations, statistics, and other computational tools.
 Technical Computing Suite
Fujitsu-produced HPC middleware, which includes system management and job operation management functions, as well as a compiler and library, resulting in high execution performance for massively parallel applications.
FEFS originates from Fujitsu Exabyte File System. A high-performance distributed file system that enables sharing across 100,000 nodes.
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Date: 16 August, 2012
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