World's Fastest Microprocessors

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Poughkeepsie, NY/July 22, 2010/FPSnewswire/-- WORLD'S FASTEST MICROPROCESSORS --- IBM technician Asia Dent, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., tests two multi-chip modules that will each power one of IBM's new zEnterprise System mainframes. Each ceramic module forms the central processing unit of the new computer and packs 96 of the world's fastest microprocessors (5.2 Ghz) together to give the new mainframe 60 percent faster performance than its predecessor, while using the same amount of electricity. Each module is capable of executing 50 billion instructions per second. (Feature Photo Service)

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