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 (tĕr′ə-flŏps′) or ter·a·flop (tĕr′ə-flŏp′)
n. pl. teraflops
A measure of computing speed equal to one trillion floating-point operations per second.


(ˈtɛr əˌflɒps)
a measure of computer speed, equal to one trillion floating-point operations per second.
[1985–90; see flops]
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Oracle also plans to soon release NVIDIA Volta architecture-powered instances with 8 NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs interconnected via NVIDIA NVLINK to generate over 125 TFLOPS of single-precision performance.
One TFLOPS is one trillion floating point operations per second, which is equivalent, in theory, to the processing performance delivered by a total of 512 supercomputers linked with each other, according to NEC.
The report then quantified the scientific goals of these applications that could be accomplished at four levels of sustained supercomputing performance from 5 to 100 TFLOPS.
Neither of these factors is captured by a reliance on TFLOPS as a metric for GPU performance.
The DoD High Performance Computing Program (HPCMP) commitment to making the ARL MSRC one of the world's leading centers of supercomputing power was recently cemented with the procurement of four super-systems that, when combined with existing resources, will put the ARL Center at more than 100 TFLOPS.
The Radeon Pro WX 4100 graphics card is the first low-profile workstation graphics card to break the 2 TFLOPS single precision compute performance barrier, over 2.
1 TFLOPS processor thats usually found on mobile devices, according to (http://www.
The Altix ICE, with 2,688 quad-core Intel Xeon processors, for a total of 10,752 cores and 48TB of system memory, delivers up to 120 TFLOPS and features almost 50TB of distributed memory.
This SuperServer provides the best performance parallel computing solution with eight Tesla P100 SXM2 accelerators with an independent GPU thermal zone design, which ensures uncompromised performance and stability under the most demanding workloads with up to 170 TFLOPS FP16 of peak performance.
20 TFLOPS AMD Radeon GPU and 8GB of GDDR5 memory (RAM).
Compared to the existing system, the new system delivers peak theoretical calculating performance of 135 TFLOPS, approximately a 15-fold increase, 100 TB of total memory, a roughly 30-fold increase, and total storage of 11 petabytes (PB), approximately a 16-fold increase.