In Pictures: The 10 mightiest supercomputers on Earth

Our look at the biggest, baddest computing machines in current use

The second Blue Gene/Q entry on the top 10 list, FERMI is run by a consortium of Italian universities, which use it for a wide range of academic research projects. Producing 1.73 petaflops of performance through 163,840 processor cores, FERMI boasts the same high-energy efficiency the rest of the Blue Gene/Q lineup.

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