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Hitachi SR8000

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Hitachi SR8000

The Hitachi SR8000 is a high performance supercomputer manufactured by Hitachi Ltd. circa 2001. It is composed of 4-512 nodes that incorporate Hitachi RISC microprocessors. In 2002 a japanese scientist discovered 1.24 trillion digits of pi using this model. [1]

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