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Scientists from the German Climate Computing Center in Hamburg unveiled this in September a gleaming new climate research supercomputer. Named “Levante,” it’s the sole supercomputer in Germany used solely to study climate change.
Levante comprises 2,832 nodes, each with two processors, which together deliver peak computing power of 14 petaFLOP per second. A FLOP is a floating point operation, and Levante does 14 quadrillion of them per second. A quadrillion is a one and 15 zeros.
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