Top 10 fastest supercomputers in the world in 2023

By Editorji News Desk
Published on | Nov 03, 2023

Frontier (USA)

The first U.S. exascale system, Frontier is the world's fastest supercomputer, breaking the billion billion calculations per second barrier.

Fugaku (Japan)

Fugaku is the reigning world's most powerful supercomputer, developed by RIKEN and Fujitsu. It excels in a wide range of applications.

LUMI (Finland)

LUMI is a European supercomputer located in Finland. It is designed for high-performance computing and data-intensive research.

Summit (USA)

It is a powerful supercomputer located at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. It boasts impressive computing capabilities.

Sierra (USA)

Sierra is a supercomputer primarily used for national security applications. It is located at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

Sunway TaihuLight (China)

Sunway TaihuLight held the title of the world's fastest supercomputer before being surpassed. Developed by China, it excels in complex simulations.

Perlmutter (USA)

Perlmutter is a supercomputer located at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC). It focuses on focus on climate modeling.

Selene (USA)

It is located at NVIDIA's headquarters. It is dedicated to AI research and development, providing immense computing power for training.

Tianhe-2A (China)

It is a high-performance supercomputer in China. It has been widely used for a broad range of applications, including weather forecasting.

Adastra (France)

It is known for a wide range of scientific disciplines. It is known for its advanced architecture and ability to handle data-intensive workloads.

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