Singapore Plans To Build A Second National Supercomputer 

Singapore Plans to Build a Second National Supercomputer

Singapore will develop a second national supercomputer system with eight times the computing power of its predecessor, to help the local scientific community. The system, which is expected to be operational by early-2022, is one of many planned over the next five years.

The new machine, according to Singapore’s National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC), would have a raw compute capability of up to 10 petaflops, making it eight times more efficient than its predecessor. The current supercomputer, known as Aspire1, was launched in 2016 after the National Supercomputing Center was established in 2015 to manage the national high-performance computing (HPC) facility.

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