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AMD-powered Frontier supercomputer is now the world’s first ‘true exascale machine’

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Our friends over at AMD have been making big strides in the field of supercomputing for some time. Just now the Frontier supercomputer—one of several machines powered by the red team’s custom-built components—has gained the top spot in not only the Top500 (opens in new tab), and  Green500 (opens in new tab) lists, but also the HPL-AI (opens in new tab) performance list. That’s an immense feat for the company, and speaks to the raw power of the silicon AMD is producing nowadays.

In the process, the Frontier (opens in new tab) supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s (ORNL) has become “the first true exascale machine,” according to the Top500 announcements (opens in new tab).

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