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Business 2.0: Imagine plunking down $100,000 and walking away with your very own supercomputer. The low-cost computing revolution means you can now get that result with a handful of off-the-shelf components. By lashing a cluster of 32 blade servers together with an inexpensive switch, any business […]

Business 2.0: Imagine plunking down $100,000 and walking away with your very own supercomputer. The low-cost computing revolution means you can now get that result with a handful of off-the-shelf components. By lashing a cluster of 32 blade servers together with an inexpensive switch, any business can harness the kind of power — more than 150 gigaflops — once reserved for government agencies and aerospace giants.

  1. Or just make a cluster of Xbox 360s

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  2. that too is an option… anything clustered, is anything gained

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  3. Didn’t Sony claim the PS3 would hit 2.18 TERAflops?

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