The prototype now on display at The Atlantic’s On the Launchpad: Return to Deep Space conference in Washington, D.C., features 1,280 high-performance microprocessor cores—each of which reads and executes program instructions in unison with the others-with access to a whopping 160 terabytes (TB), or 160 trillion bytes, of memory.
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