Sun Blade System at Tokyo's Human Genome Center Debuts on Top500 Supercomputer List | GenomeWeb

By Bernadette Toner

A 54-teraflop computer installed earlier this year at the University of Tokyo's Human Genome Center has debuted at the No. 69 spot on the latest Top500 list of the world's fastest supercomputers.

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