The latest list of the world's top 500 supercomputers is released

According to Xinzhiyuan, at the SC22 conference held in Dallas, USA on November 14th, a new issue of The World's Fastest 500 Supercomputers was announced. The new list is slightly adjusted from the top 10 of the list in June, and the top 3 remain unchanged.

Frontier of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) still tops the list with 1.102 EFlop / s, and it is also the only E-class supercomputer in this TOP500 list. Fugaku of the Riken Computing Science Center (R-CCS) in Kobe, Japan is still ranked second this time, and Europe's fastest supercomputer LUMI has also successfully retained the top three positions this time.

The only newcomer to the top 10 this time around is EuroHPC/CINECA's Leonardo system in Bologna, Italy, which achieved an HPL score of 0.174 EFlop/s with 1,463,616 cores, ranking No. 4. Affected by this, China's two supercomputers, "Sunway TaihuLight" and "Tianhe-2A", dropped one place to No. 7 and No. 10.

In this issue of Top500, 20.2% of the machines use AMD X86 processors, and 75.8% of the machines are based on Intel X86 processors, but half of the new systems and 75% of the new performance are based on AMD chips.

In this issue of the list, although China has only two supercomputers shortlisted for the TOP10, TOP 500 China has 162 units, which is a drop from last year's 173 units, but it is still 31 more than Europe and 36 more than the United States. The number one throne in the world. In terms of computing power, the United States ranks first with 43.2% of deployed computing power, Japan ranks second with 19.6%, and China ranks fourth with 10.6%.

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