Supercomputer from Saudi Arabia enters top ten power list

It has been reported that the university paid a whopping $80 million to install and run the machine. (Photo Courtesy: BBC)

A supercomputer based in the Middle East has, for the first time, been part of the top ten list of most powerful computers in the world, reported the BBC.

The supercomputer, known as The Shaheen II, is found in King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia (Kaust) and has ranked seventh on the list.

It has been reported that the university paid $80 million to install and run the machine.
 
 
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Source News: Alarabiya