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Supercomputer Powered By Mobile Chips Suggests New Threat to Intel

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K supercomputer, Riken

A replacement for the K supercomputer at the Riken Advanced Institute for Computational Science in Kobe, Japan, will be built using chips similar to those in smartphones.

Credit: Riken Advanced Institute for Computational Science

The world's biggest chip maker, Intel, is struggling because it missed out on the market in chips for mobile devices. Now mobile chips are coming for a market Intel has long had mostly to itself, supercomputers.

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