A supercomputer built by China has broken the world record for the highest-performing computer ever built.
The computer, which has been built by the National Supercomputing Center, is the world’s highest-performance supercomputer by performance and has a power rating of 8 teraflops, according to the Chinese news agency Xinhua.
The record-breaking machine is expected to make it into the top 50 supercomputers worldwide.
The new machine is a hybrid of an Intel Xeon E5-2620 processor and a custom-built Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics card, which is powered by Nvidia’s CUDA software.
The Nvidia GeForce graphics card is also the first of its kind to use Nvidia’s new GPU technology, which will allow it to perform at the next-generation of Intel chips.
The machine has an Intel Atom processor, a Xeon Core i7-3770 CPU and a 4GB of RAM.
The new machine will be used to run the Chinese government’s new artificial intelligence-driven cloud service, which uses artificial intelligence to analyze data and make recommendations for government services.
The government has announced plans to build a new data center at the Tianhe-2 complex in the northern city of Hangzhou to house the new supercomputer.
The new supercomputing facility will be the largest in the world.
The supercomputer, which was built in conjunction with the National Institute of Information Technology, has a total capacity of more than 100 petabytes of data.
It is a joint effort of the National Center for Supercomputers (NCSC), which oversees the building of the new building, and the National Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (NIST).
The NCSC has partnered with Nvidia, which also builds the supercomputer for the Chinese state.
The NCSC announced that the supercomputed data from the new data centers will be processed by the state’s new cloud service and used to analyze and create recommendations for its services.
In addition to using supercomputation to help make decisions about government services, the super computer will help to speed up the process of creating artificial intelligence algorithms, which make decisions faster.
China is one of the fastest-growing economies in the West, but the country’s growth has slowed in recent years.