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+ - US retires famous Red Storm supercomputer->

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coondoggie
coondoggie writes "The supercomputer at Sandia National Lab with a vast and hugely successful history is now history itself. The Sandia-designed and Cray-built supercomputer known as Red Storm was decommissioned recently but it left behind a history that saw it perform all manner of high-profile tasks, from helping calculate the successful missile interception of a defective spy satellite to figuring out how old the glass was in King Tut's tomb."
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US retires famous Red Storm supercomputer

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