Today arrived the 61st version of the the “Top 500” list, which ranks the 500 fastest and most powerful supercomputers in the world. The list is once again topped by the American Frontier, which is equipped with hardware signed by AMD and the only one that reaches computing power of Exascale-level.
In the top tier, it’s AMD-tight to say the least. Ettan Frontier includes, among other things, third-generation AMD Epyc processors, which give the facility a total of 8,730,112 cores to work with. AMD Epyc is also seen in third place, with Finnish Lumi.
Looking at the total share of systems, the win on the processor side still goes to Intel. In the top tier, however, AMD dominates – among the top 20, there are 12 systems with AMD under the hood. In total, 121 of the 500 listed contain hardware from AMD, an increase of 29 percent compared to the previous Top 500 list.
Even outside the top tier, AMD is strong. The company’s hardware includes Swedish examples such as the Royal Institute of Technology’s Dardel and the National Supercomputer Center’s Berzelius, which land in place 77 and 120 respectively in the list.
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