The Frontier supercomputer based on AMD components remains the most powerful in the world.

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Significant changes in the top five

The list of the most productive supercomputers Top500 has been updated once again. Let us remind you that this happens once every six months.

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While several supercomputers with performance of about 2 exaFLOPS or higher are on the way, the leader is still the Frontier system, which was the first to overcome the 1 exaFLOPS mark and remains the only one of its kind, far ahead of its closest competitor.

The Frontier supercomputer based on AMD components remains the most powerful in the world.

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This competitor, by the way, has changed. If six months ago the Supercomputer Fugaku system with a performance of 442 PFLOPS was in second place, now it is Aurora with a performance of 585 PFLOPS. But it is worth saying that now this is only part of the system that has already been put into operation. As a result, Aurora will have performance in excess of 2 exaFLOPS. This system is built on Intel Xeon CPU Max 9470 processors and Intel Data Center Max accelerators. Frontier, remember, relies on AMD components.

In third place is also a newcomer: the Eagle system, owned by Microsoft, with a performance of 561 PFLOPS. But Supercomputer Fugaku dropped to fourth place.

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