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April 30th, 2007
HP today announced that Germany's Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) has octupled the processing capacity of its HP Cluster Platform supercomputer to advance its scientists' research in micro and nanotechnology, grid computing, material and energy technology.
KIT has added 15.6 teraflops (15.6 billion floating point operations per second) to its previous high-performance computing (HPC) processing capacity of 2 teraflops, making it No. 50 among the world's top 500 supercomputer sites ( http://www.top500.org ).
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