It May Turn Out to Be the World's Fastest Supercomputer, But It Still Has Hecklers | GenomeWeb

The New York Times has a story on NSF's plans to award IBM a contract to build the fastest supercomputer on Earth – capable of handling a petaflop of computational data. According to the article, there are already critics of the expected deal.

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