The world’s largest maker of supercomputers is introducing a new supercomputer that can do everything a standard one can.
Magnuson is based on a custom processor built by IBM that can be customized to a range of tasks.
But instead of relying on a single processor, the company is using two custom processors, each with its own memory.
Magnumon can also process large amounts of data in parallel.
IBM says that with its custom processor, it can run applications in parallel in under 30 seconds.
Magnusson can do things that are normally impossible for a standard supercomputer, like image processing, sound processing, and text analytics.
Magnustons memory has 32TB of capacity, enough to house all the software that Magnusson will be able to run.
That’s more than enough for a year of daily computing work for the entire company, according to IBM.
Magnuon will run on a 64-bit Intel Xeon processor, which is used by most supercomputing systems today.
The Xeon processor has two cores and 32 threads, and the Xeon has the highest clock speed of all CPUs.
Magnuon uses a custom Intel Xeons “Zen” processor that can handle a quad-core processor, as well as the 64-core Xeon processor.