The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory launched a new era of scientific supercomputing on Tuesday with Titan, a system capable of churning through more than 20,000 trillion calculations each second—or 20 petaflops—by employing a family of processors called graphic processing units first created for computer gaming. Titan will be 10 times more powerful than ORNL’s last world-leading system, Jaguar, while overcoming power and space limitations inherent in the previous generation of high-performance computers.
We really have no clue what kind of computing systems the Elites are using, because what we’re using is ancient technology.
A Petaflop is a measure of a computer’s processing speed and can be expressed as a thousand trillion floating point operations per second.
In computing, FLOPS (or flops or flop/s, for floating-point operations per second) is a measure of computer performance, especially in fields of scientific calculations that make heavy use of floating-point calculations, similar to the older, simpler, instructions per second.
Well there definitely goes our online freedom and privacy right into the hands of who only God knows.