Japan’s Post-K Supercomputer Will Have Exaflop Peak Performance

Japan’s Post-K supercomputer will have peak performance that is 100 times the performance of the 10.5 petaflop performance of the K supercomputer. The K supercomputer was completed in 2011. the post-K should be publicly operating in 2021. Fujitsu is building the post-K supercomputer using ARMv8 processors with additional extensions.

Post-K System Outline

Japan’s RIKEN Center for Computational Science has an outline of the Post-K nodes, storage and other system specification.
Post-K Architecture
Post-K Languages

SOURCES- Twitter, RIKEN

Written By Brian Wang