wrote with a note that the PlayStation 3 should be very proud of itself
. Sony's monster-powerful console has lifted Stanford's very own distributed computing project (Folding@home
) into the record books. "Guinness has apparently certified the project as the world's most powerful distributed computing system. According to a release from Sony, Folding@home topped 1 petaflop last month, meaning that it surpassed a thousand trillion floating point operations per second. By comparison, the well-known SETI@home project has topped out, according to Wikipedia, at around 265 teraflops, or 265 trillion floating point operations a second."
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