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China's homegrown supercomputers

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In late October 2011, the Sunway BlueLight MPP made headlines as China's first high- performance computer to harness the power of a homegrown chip, the ShenWei SW1600. And the Dawning 6000, scheduled to come on line in December 2011, will use another indigenous processor, the Godson-3B. These are supercomputers that China can truly call its own.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:49 ,  Issue: 1 )