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Tsubame KFC supercomputer at the Tokyo Institute of Technology

Tokyo, January 29 2014 - Prof. Satoshi Matsuoka, project leader, showing inside the Tsubame KFC.
On the Ookayama campus of the Tokyo Institute of Technology (titech), researchers designed a prototype supercomputer which is submerged in a tank of mineral oil. The computer, called Tsubame KFC, is 50 percent more powerful than an older supercomputer at the institute, but uses the same amount of energy. Copyright : Jeremie Souteyrat for the New York Times.

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Tokyo, January 29 2014 - Prof. Satoshi Matsuoka, project leader, showing inside the Tsubame KFC.<br />
On the Ookayama campus of the Tokyo Institute of Technology (titech), researchers designed a prototype supercomputer which is submerged in a tank of mineral oil. The computer, called Tsubame KFC, is 50 percent more powerful than an older supercomputer at the institute, but uses the same amount of energy. Copyright : Jeremie Souteyrat for the New York Times.