that its Linux-based Tera 10 supercomputer is ranked as
the fastest in Europe.
"Tera 10 is ranked number one in Europe and number five in the world
in the 27th TOP500 listing of the world's supercomputers, published at the
International Supercomputer Conference (ISC2006) in Dresden, Germany
- Installed in 2005, the supercomputer is made up of 544 NovaScale
computing nodes and 58 I/O management and system administration nodes,
representing over 4,500 Dual-Core Intel(R) Itanium(R) 2 'Montecito'
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