PRIMEHPC FX10 Fujitsu Supercomputer

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Fujitsu developed the first Japanese supercomputer in 1977. In the thirty-plus years since then, we have been leading the development of supercomputers with the application of advanced technologies. We now introduce the PRIMEHPC FX10, a state-of-the-art supercomputer that makes the petascale computing achieved by the "K computer"(*1) more accessible.

The PRIMEHPC FX10 is a massively parallel computer driven by the SPARC64TM IXfx processor and the Tofu (Torus fusion) interconnect that were developed by Fujitsu exclusively for high-performance computing (HPC). The SPARC64TM IXfx processor features an instruction set enhanced for HPC, a high-efficiency multicore parallel-processing design, and an eight-channel high memory bandwidth. The "Tofu interconnect"(*2) connects nodes with a high-speed (5 GB/s) link to construct a system with a highly scalable "6D mesh/torus"(*3) configuration.

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