But Is It a "Google-Killer"? | GenomeWeb

Wolfram Alpha launched on Monday and tech-loving people have taken the time this week to check it out. Prior to the launch, CNET wrote about the hardware that the "computational knowledge engine" is built on, namely a system made by R Systems from Dell hardware, called R Smarr, that can perform 39.6 trillion mathematical operations per second.

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