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IBM Explores 67.1m-Core Computer for Running Entire Internet
By Thom Holwerda, submitted by ericvh on 2008-02-07 16:26:47
"The Register has unearthed a research paper that shows IBM working on a computing system capable 'of hosting the entire internet as an application'. This mega system relies on a re-tooled version of IBM's Blue Gene supercomputers so loved by the high performance computing crowd. IBM's researchers have proposed tweaking the Blue Gene systems to run today's most popular web applications such as Linux, Apache, MySQL and Ruby on Rails."

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