NCI retains top spot in Oz.
The National Computational Infrastructure has again been named Australia’s most powerful supercomputer in semi-annual Top 500 list of global supercomputers. But Australia’s overall position continues to decline.
The Top 500 lists rank supercomputers by Teraflops – the ability to execute one million million (1012) floating-point operations per second. The NCI is rated at 1,676.2 Teraflops, which lands it in 173rd place, the NCI.