Europe’s Groundbreaking Supercomputer Makes History


Supercomputer computing is one of the most interesting technology careers today. Countries of the stature of the United States and China have announced truly scandalous models that are capable of executing billions of calculations per second. Although these models end up outdated over time, their birth is already a reason for celebration.

Thus, as reported by Video games, the most powerful computer in the world will be created by Europeans. Jupiter, the acronym for Joint Undertaking Pioneer for Innovative and Transformative Exascale Research, is a computer with exaflopic performance so big that it is able to carry out billion billion operations per second. With its conception, Europe manages to put itself at the forefront of the industry and surpasses the teams of other powers such as the United States and China.

The surprising device is part of a project led by EuroHPC: European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking. This collaboration between the European Union and some very relevant private companies in the Old Continent. It will be installed in Germany, specifically in the research center of Juliers, where it will be guarded 24 hours a day.

In terms of their capabilities, the responsible parties will most likely focus on the development and study of innovative medicines and materials. Thanks to its computing power and reach, researchers will be able to take advantage of the virtues of performing a billion billion operations per second. Europe has given the green light to the most powerful supercomputer in the world and is ahead of the United States and China in a crucial field.

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