AMD reveils Teraflop in a BOX in in San Francisco today.
The BOX runs Windows XP Professional on an AMD-
Opteron dual-core processor combined with two AMD R600 Stream processors.
AMD boasts of inventing this box which is capable of performing more than 1 trillion floating-point calculations per second using a general “multiply-add” (MADD) calculation.
AMD said the system is capable of a ten-fold performance increase over today’s high-performance server platforms, which deliver approximately 100 billion calculations per second.
Now AMD has Clearly left behind its major rival
INTEL in Teraflop computing,as Intel need another
five years to fully developed its 80 core chip to make
it available for consumers.
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