Tata’s Eka supercomputer, the current fastest machine in Asia, has just set a new bar for its Asian competition: 132.8 TFlops. The latest run was bumped up from 117.9 TFlops through the work on software enhancements and careful tuning, not through the addition of hardware. Technically, yes, its faster. However, its probably more accurate to say that Eka is simply more efficient [68.3% of peak to 76.9%].
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