In June, researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory in California put together a parallel supercomputer from off the shelf components, including 68 Alpha processors and the free Unix operating system Linux. It ran at nearly 20 Gflops per second, equivalent to some of the fastest supercomputers in the world. Total cost: a snip at $150,000.
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