Microsoft and the UK will build the world's 'most powerful' weather supercomputer

Found 26 days ago at Engadget

While the UK already boasts a weather supercomputer — which can perform 16,000 trillion calculations a second — the new machine will be twice as powerful. By gaining access to more detailed climate modeling, the UK is hoping to future proof its city and transport infrastructure to protect them against extreme weather events. The system will be located in the South of the UK and will be powered by...

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