After getting an idea of how powerful supercomputers are, we now take a tour of the 10 most powerful of these super machines. We look at performance, memory, storage capacity, manufacturers and more.
Choosing between cloud storage and local storage is not an easy task. It requires thorough research on both to find which is best for your needs. To do this you have to solve the cloud storage vs local storage problem. Which is best? Should you use both?
In recent years, there has been a surge in quantum computing research and development. Quantum computing is said to be the future of computing. But what about classical computers? will they be made obsolete by quantum computers?
Atos is Europe’s response to IBM and Google in the race to quantum machines. Atos’ “Atos quantum” program recently launched its first output, a quantum simulator which it claims is the most performant in the world, being able to simulate up to 40-qubits.
The cloud service market is growing rapidly and cloud storage services, in particular, have gained a lot of popularity recently. There is a proliferation of cloud storage providers in the cloud market and is thus very difficult to make the best choice. Here is a list of the best.
Acer’s Predator 21X is the most technically impressive gaming laptop ever. Acer is setting new standards with its Predator 21X. With its two graphic cards, 64 GB of RAM, two power supplies, a 20-in curved display etc, this machine is set to revolutionize the laptop gaming experience.
A supercomputer is an extraordinary feat of engineering. They are large, expensive and most all pack an insane amount of computational power. Most of these machines are built for scientific research. Crazy thought, what will it cost an individual to own one?.
Unimaginable a few decades ago, quantum computers have made their way through theory to reality. Quantum computing is like a window to the future, hope that one day we may be able to observe the strange quantum behavior of the physical world on a human scale.
Figures from market research firms show that the public cloud service market is in very good shape. Cloud service providers battle for market share, but Amazon’s AWS, Microsoft, Google, and IBM together practically own the cloud service market. Should we be worried?