The Chinese reclaimed the top spot on June's 'Top500' fastest supercomputers list with a system almost twice as fast as any other.
Cray, the company often credited with building the world's first supercomputer, is shrinking its largest machine down into a more affordable package.
China appears to have once again taken the lead from the United States in the burgeoning supercomputing wars, developing a supercomputer that is twice as fast as anything America has to offer.
After years of trailing the Chinese and Japanese, the United States now has three of the four fastest supercomputers in the world.
Supercomputers require the same amount of electricity as a small town and massive cooling facilities to run properly.