Japan made supercomputers. Computer speed is equivalent to one million desktop computers.A Japanese super computer has won the title of world's fastest machine, beat the record of China during the brief six months.
One quadrillion is the number 1 followed by 15 zeros and the speed of computer jargon is known as 8.2 petaflops.
Previous fastest machine is a computer-1A Tianhe China, that the velocity 2.507 petaflops, while emphasizing the growth of technology and economic power of China - a country that is growing rapidly.
Tianhe-1A making China the first time topped the list of the world's fastest computer machine to get rid of the United States (U.S.) which has four of the top ten supercomputers.
Experts say the development of K machines faster than five competitors combined, marking a leap far ahead in the technology world.
"This machine is very impressive and more powerful than other computers," said professor Jack Dongarra who released the list of world's best supercomputer for six months.
Peringkatan this speed based on standard mathematical equations. K scattering rights for the Japanese computer, at a cost of 1.2 billion dollars to make, marks the return of Japan to the summit for the first time in seven years.
Supercomputer developed at the RIKEN Advanced Science Institute of Computing, Kobe, Japan. Giant computer company was engaged in controlling the weather.
It consists of 672 computer cabinet composed of the circuit board with 70 thousand processors. A family or a laptop computer using a single processor.
K supercomputer spending enough energy to power 10,000 homes electricity. Although, its creators claim that energy-efficient machine, the machine at a cost of £ 6 million a year.
"The use of computers is expected to affect K innovative in the field of global climate research, meteorology, disaster prevention, and medicine so as to create a prosperous and safe communities," said a spokesman for the RIKEN institute.
Fujitsu and the head of the RIKEN said that the project had been completed the problems caused by the earthquake and tsunami on 11 March. The disaster itself is destroying the country's northeastern region, Tohoku.
There are five U.S. supercomputer in the top 10, including third on the Jaguar system at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Other computers in the top ten of two machines from China, two engines from Japan and one from France, according to the Daily Mail.