Super Computer

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Super Computer:
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Very strong and fast computer is called super computer. This computer speed is about 1 billion characters per second. Supercomputer is a memory-based computer that manages huge information like census of any country. CRAY 1, supers xll such a computer.

Super Computer Properties

Depending on the processing power, especially the speed of the calculation, the world's leading computers are known to be computer specific times. In the 1960's, Control Data Corporation (CDC)'s Siemer Krez first created a design of supercomputer and presented it to the world. In the 1970s supercomputers used a few pressers, but in the supercomputers in the 1990s, thousands of processors were used, but at the end of the 20th century, the number of processors in supercomputer surpassed the number.

Generally, two methods are used in supercomputers to work with numerous processors. 1st method is called Grid Computing and 2nd Method Cluster Computing. A large number of computer processing power is well-distributed in grid mode and automatically based on the availability, computers are re-used in a variety of ways, according to various administrative procedures. On the other hand, a large number of processors are used together in connection with cloud computing. The popularity of the process driven by connecting multi-core processors with central control is increasing rapidly. The world's most powerful super computer, Japan's K Computer, which runs in cluster mode.

To check quantum physics, weather forecasting, climate research, oil and gas sources, monitoring the properties and characteristics of molecular model monitoring, such as chemical compounds, biological macromolecules, polymers and crystals, and external stimulants such as airplane simulations, neoclassical bomb explosions, simulations and nuclear fusion Super K in the study Piutara is used widely.

Supercomputer operates around two and a half million processors simultaneously. Fast fast line rows connected through optical networking are arranged in 72 wracks or cabinets.