US government teams up with Intel and Cray on $500 million plan to build Project Aurora supercomputer capable of completing 1 quadrillion calculations PER SECOND | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


US government teams up with Intel and Cray on $500 million plan to build Project Aurora supercomputer capable of completing 1 quadrillion calculations PER SECOND

A U.S. government-led group is working with chipmaker Intel Corp and Cray Inc to develop and build the nation's fastest computer by 2021 for conducting nuclear weapons and other research, officials said on Monday.

The Department of Energy and the Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago said they are working on a supercomputer dubbed Aurora with Intel, the world's biggest supplier of data center chips, and Cray, which specializes in the ultra-fast machines.

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