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Just one of the world’s major supercomputers lived for only 10 minutes

Watch out Intel and AMD, there's a new server player in town

There was a time when supercomputers have been only available to a handful of corporations, generally governments, general public research amenities and scientific bodies. The rise of the cloud computing and the common availability of sophisticated cloud workload management (CWM) equipment have diminished the barrier of entry significantly.

Only last week, YellowDog, a CWM outfit dependent in Bristol, United Kingdom, assembled a virtual tremendous computer system making use of its proprietary system and at its peak, which lasted about 10 minutes, it experienced mustered an army of additional than 3.2 million vCPUs.