NPR: China’s Supercomputing Goal: From ‘Zero To Hero’

 

China was home to the world’s fastest supercomputer for a mere six months before being passed up by Japan. In this story from NPR, Jack Dongarra, distinguished professor of electrical engineering and computer science in the College of Engineering, discusses the progress China has made in its high-performance computing capabilities since 2001. Dongarra creates the annual Top500 fastest supercomputer list.

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