Software developer Emma Haruka Iwao and colleagues at Google Cloud achieved a new record by calculating pi—the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter—to 100 trillion digits.
The Google Cloud Compute Engine calculated that number in 157 days, thanks to upgrades and boosts in throughput.
The operation involved processing approximately 82,000 terabytes of data using the y-cruncher pi-calculating program. "
By combining all the new features that were introduced in the last three years, I thought we would be able to break a record again, and not just by a few digits, but by a good margin," Iwao explained.
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