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May 31st, 2005
Japan aims for world's fastest supercomputer
Japan will begin research in June to build a supercomputer capable of crunching numbers about 30 times faster than IBM's Blue Gene/ L, the world's current fastest supercomputer, the Japanese government said today.
The computer will be used for biotechnology and nanotechnology research for the benefit of Japanese industry, Hoshino said.
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