A Mark III hypercube computer with a technician at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
A Mark III hypercube computer with a technician at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 1988. Each board comprises a node in the parallel-computing whole. The Mark III Hypercube integrates 128 nodes, each node having the power of 25 VAX minicomputers. The peak speed is 2 billion floating point operations per second. Built with Motorola 68020 microprocessors. A joint endeavor of Caltech and JPL.
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