Exascale computing, IBM research

Exascale computing, IBM research

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Caption: Exascale computing, IBM research. IBM scientist Ronald Luijten working on exascale computers that can analyse exabytes of raw data. This is part of a five-year collaboration with ASTRON, the Dutch foundation for astronomical research. The computers developed by IBM will analyse faint radio signals from deep space recorded by the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project. The graphic in the background depicts the SKA sensitivity at a particular radio wave frequency. Photographed in March 2012, at IBM Research-Zurich, Switzerland.

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