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Off hand, we can't think of how we'd truly utilize the horsepower generated by a 72-processor cluster shoved into a \"whisper-quiet, low-power deskside cabinet,\" but we'd happily draw up a plan if forced. SiCortex -- the same folks who delivered the bicycle-powered supercomputer -- has introduced it

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November 17, 2007 at 5:45AM
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In an attempt to illustrate the low power requirements of its latest Linux-based supercomputer, a company called SiCortex put together a demonstration showing the massive number-cruncher performing billions of calculations per-second while a team of between eight to ten bicyclists pedaled to keep it

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