Month: November 2019

Explaining Edge Computing

Explaining Edge Computing

Welcome to another video from ExplainingComputers.com. This time I’m going to talk about edge computing. This places networked computing resources as close as possible to where data is created. As we’ll see, edge computing is associated with the Internet of Things, with mesh networks, and with the application of small computing devices like these. So,[…]

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What is Exascale Computing?

What is Exascale Computing?

We’ve covered what super computers are here in this video, and they are indeed super. The fastest machines today are in the realm of petascale computing, that’s more than a quadrillion computing operations per second. The most powerful computer in the world today is Summit, the supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Lab. It’s followed closely[…]

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