20 petaflops supercomputer from Rochester MN

New IBM supercomputer Sequoia will be built, tested and benchmarked in IBM’s Rochester, Minnesota plant, home of the Blue Gene class of supercomputers the company builds for ultra-scale computational applications.  The hardware and software development will by provided by IBM engineers in Rochester and by researchers in IBM’s Yorktown Heights, N.Y. research lab, in partnership with the Lawrence Livermore National Lab and the Argonne National Lab. Sequoia is expected to deliver world-leading efficiency of 3,050 calculations per watt of energy. See PostBulletin, IBM Press release.

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