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Sukses Buat Chips Sendiri, China Punya Supercomputer Tercepat Dan Terbanyak di Dunia

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A Sound Slap in the Face of the US since its embargo of high-end processors on Chinese supercomputing centers in April 2015. The New World Number 1 Supercomputer, 100% made in China, completely based on homegrown processors. Among the top 500, 167 Chinese, 165 American, 29 Japanese.

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“Sunway TaihuLight,” A Supercomputer with Homegrown chips, was named The World’s Fastest Computer during the International Supercomputing Conference in Germany on Monday. It would take 7.2 billion people using electronic calculators 32 years to do the same calculation this device can solve in just 60 seconds. The announcement validates China’s efforts to rely less on imported technology, and focus more on its domestic microprocessor industry. The new-generation supercomputer is operating at the National Supercomputing Center, in Wuxi, east China’s Jiangsu Province.

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Sukses Buat Chips Sendiri, China Punya Supercomputer Tercepat Dan Terbanyak di Dunia

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China Announces World’s Fastest Supercomputer, 3X Faster Than Former Record Holder


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A NEW HEAVYWEIGHT

The world has a new supercomputer, and it beats all the rest by a long shot. The computer, which was built by Chinese engineers using their own homegrown chip technology, has been declared the world’s fastest.

This news isn’t too surprising, as China has been taking the lead in a host of industrial and technological efforts. Indeed, this development underscores the fact that China is no longer as reliant on the United States for its semiconductor technology.

The tech is known as the Sunway TaihuLight. It more than triples the speed of Tianhe-2. Reports assert that the new record holder is capable of performing a staggering 93 quadrillion calculations per second (which is otherwise known as as petaflops).

“As the first number one system of China that is completely based on homegrown processors, the Sunway TaihuLight system demonstrates the significant progress that China has made in the domain of designing and manufacturing large-scale computation systems,” Center director Prof. Dr. Guangwen Yang told TOP500 News, noting the significance of this development.

The TaihuLight has 41,000 chips and each has 260 processor cores. This equals out to a total of 10.65 million cores.

THE OLDER MODELS

The previous record-holder is the Tianhe-2, which is also located in China. For three consecutive years, China topped the global list for the most powerful supercomputer with the Tianhe-2, which translates as Milky Way-2. It is a computer that is located at the National University of Defense Technology (NUDT). Ultimately, it can perform some 33.8 quadrillion calculations in just one second.

But Tianhe-2 gets blown away by this latest contender.

And how does the rest of the world stack up? Well, not that great. The Sunway TaihuLight is roughly five times more powerful than the fastest system in the United States, which is now ranked third worldwide.

Source : Futurism

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Earlier today, Top500 released their semi-annual list of the world’s most powerful machines. China, whose Tianhe-2 topped the previous list, held on to the peak position, this time with a new machine made entirely from Chinese-built processors.
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The TaihuLight is due to be introduced Tuesday at the International Supercomputing Conference in Frankfurt by the director of the Wuxi center, Guangwen Yang.

“As the first No. 1 system of China that is completely based on homegrown processors, the Sunway TaihuLight system demonstrates the significant progress that China has made in the domain of designing and manufacturing large-scale computation systems,” Yang was quoted as saying in the TOP500 statement.

The TaihuLight uses Chinese-developed ShenWei processors, “ending any remaining speculation that China would have to rely on Western technology to compete effectively in the upper echelons of supercomputing,” TOP500 said in a statement.

The second-fastest computer, the Tianhe-2 at the National Supercomputer Center in the southern city of Guangzhou, is capable of 33 petaflops.

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China’s New Supercomputer Surpasses American Technology
Sukses Buat Chips Sendiri, China Punya Supercomputer Tercepat Dan Terbanyak di Dunia
On Monday, the People’s Republic of China revealed a new supercomputer, complete with 10.65 million computer cores made exclusively by Chinese-built microprocessors.

No American-made system quite competes with the Sunway TaihuLight, the new Chinese system. According to the Top500 list, which catalogs the world’s fastest supercomputers, it can perform up to 124.5 petaflops, and is the first system to surpass 100 petaflops.

One petaflop is equal to one quadrillion sustained floating-point operations per second.

China’s efforts in developing their own processors stems from Washington’s decision to block Beijing’s access to Intel’s processors last February. This was based on an unfounded fear that the Chinese government would use the technology to develop nuclear weapons, though some Chinese critics feel American politicians used this excuse to stymie progress of the Eastern nation’s supercomputer development.

The US Department of Commerce accused four Chinese companies of "acting contrary to the national security or foreign policy interests of the United States."

China's Tianhe-2, the world’s second fastest supercomputing system, uses Intel Xeon processors and maxes out at 54.9 petaflops.

In July 2015, US President Barack Obama issued an executive order creating a national strategic computing initiative. The order was put in place "in order to maximize the benefits of HPC (high performance computing) for economic competitiveness and scientific discovery…"

The US has been aware of China’s attempts at developing indigenous processors for a few years now. In 2010, Steven Koonin, undersecretary for science at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), predicted that China would be "using entirely indigenous components that is expected to be complete within the next 12 to 18 months."

"It is clear that DOE will not be the only organization working to push the limits of computer performance," he added.

China would go on to develop a small supercomputer in 2011. While this used Chinese processors, it still relied on big systems from the US to operate.

"I would have a hard time believing that those would be processors that they could sell into the global marketplace," Steve Conway, a high-performance computing analyst, said at the time.

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Jack Dongarra, a professor of computer science at the University of Tennessee called the TaihuLight "very impressive". He said the Chinese system runs "sizeable applications" that include earth systems modeling,advanced manufacturing, big data applications and life science. This capacity "shows that the system is capable of running real applications and [is] not just a stunt machine," he said, according to Dongarra.

The TaihuLight is installed at China's National Supercomputing Center in Wuxi, and uses ShenWei computers that operate on a system called Sunway Raise and were developed at Jiangnan Computing Research Lab in Wuxi.

Source : Sputnik International

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China builds world’s fastest supercomputer without U.S. chips
Sukses Buat Chips Sendiri, China Punya Supercomputer Tercepat Dan Terbanyak di Dunia
China’s massive system runs real applications and is ‘not just a stunt machine,’ says top U.S. supercomputing researcher
By Patrick Thibodeau Computer World

China on Monday revealed its latest supercomputer, a monolithic system with 10.65 million compute cores built entirely with Chinese microprocessors. This follows a U.S. government decision last year to deny China access to Intel's fastest microprocessors.

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There is no U.S.-made system that comes close to the performance of China's new system, the Sunway TaihuLight. Its theoretical peak performance is 124.5 petaflops, according to the latest biannual release today of the world's Top500 supercomputers. It is the first system to exceed 100 petaflops. A petaflop equals one thousand trillion (one quadrillion) sustained floating-point operations per second.

The most important thing about Sunway TaihuLight may be its microprocessors. In the past, China has relied heavily on U.S. microprocessors in building its supercomputing capacity. The world's next fastest system, China's Tianhe-2, which has a peak performance of 54.9 petaflops, uses Intel Xeon processors.

TaihuLight, which is installed at China's National Supercomputing Center in Wuxi, uses ShenWei CPUs developed by Jiangnan Computing Research Lab in Wuxi. The operating system is a Linux-based Chinese system called Sunway Raise.

The TaihuLight is "very impressive," said Jack Dongarra, a professor of computer science at the University of Tennessee and one of the academic leaders of the Top500 supercomputing list, in a report about the new system.

TaihuLight is running "sizeable applications," which include advanced manufacturing, earth systems modeling, life science and big data applications, said Dongarra. This "shows that the system is capable of running real applications and [is] not just a stunt machine," Dongarra said.

It has been long known that China was developing a 100-plus petaflop system, and it was believed that China would turn to U.S. chip technology to reach this performance level. But just over a year ago, in a surprising move, the U.S. banned Intel from supplying Xeon chips to four of China's top supercomputing research centers.

The U.S. initiated this ban because China, it claimed, was using its Tianhe-2 system for nuclear explosive testing activities. The U.S. stopped live nuclear testing in 1992 and now relies on computer simulations. Critics in China suspected the U.S. was acting to slow that nation's supercomputing development efforts.

Four months after the Intel ban, in July 2015, the White House issued an executive order creating a "national strategic computing initiative" with the goal of maintaining an "economic leadership position" in high-performance computing research.

The U.S. order seemed late. China has been steadily building its supercomputing capacity, which included efforts to develop its own microprocessors. It produced a relatively small supercomputer in 2011 that relied on homegrown processors, but its big systems continued to rely on U.S. processors.

There has been nothing secretive about China's intentions. Researchers and analysts have been warning all along that U.S. exascale (an exascale is 1,000 petaflops) development, supercomputing's next big milestone, was lagging.

It's not just China that is racing ahead. Japan and Russia have their own development efforts. Europe is building supercomputers using ARM processors, and, similar to China, wants to decrease its dependency on U.S.-made chips.

China's government last week said it plans to build an exascale system by 2020. The U.S. has targeted 2023.

China now has more supercomputers in the Top500 list than the U.S., said Dongarra. "China has 167 systems on the June 2016 Top500 list compared to 165 systems in the U.S," he said, in an email. Ten years ago, China had 10 systems on the list.

Of all the supercomputers represented on the global list, the sum of the China supercomputers performance (211 petaflops) has exceeded the performance of the supercomputers in the U.S., (173 petaflops) represented on this list. The list doesn't represent the universe of all supercomputers in the U.S. None of the supercomputers used by intelligence agencies, for instance, are represented on this list.

"This is the first time the U.S. has lost the lead," said Dongarra, in the total number of systems on the Top500 list.

China's work is also winning global peer recognition. It's work on TaihuLight has resulted in three submissions selected as finalists for supercomputing's prestigious Gordon Bell Award, named for a pioneer in high-performance computing.

The fastest U.S. supercomputer, number 3 on the Top500 list, is the Titan, a Cray supercomputer at U.S. Dept. of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory with a theoretical peak of about 27 petaflops.

Whether the U.S. chip ban accelerated China's resolve to develop its own microprocessor technology is a question certain to get debate. But what is clear is China's longstanding goal to end reliance on U.S. technology.

"The Chinese were already determined over time to move to an indigenous processor," said Steve Conway, a high performance computing analyst at IDC. "I think the ban accelerates that -- it increases that determination," he said.

HPC has become increasingly important in the economy. Once primarily the domain of big science research, national security and high-end manufacturing such as airplane design, HPC's virtualization and big data analysis capabilities have made it critical in almost every industry. Manufacturers of all sizes, increasingly, are using supercomputers to design products virtually instead of building prototypes. Supercomputer are also used in applications such as fraud detection and big data analysis.

HPC has is now "so strategic that you really don't want to rely on foreign sources for it," said Conway.

Sukses Buat Chips Sendiri, China Punya Supercomputer Tercepat Dan Terbanyak di Dunia

A Sound Slap in the Face of the US since its embargo of high-end processors on Chinese supercomputing centers in April 2015. The New World Number 1 Supercomputer, 100% made in China, completely based on homegrown processors. Among the top 500, 167 Chinese, 165 American, 29 Japanese.

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