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designerIBM + and Nvidia +
introductory dateJune 8, 2018 +
logoFile:olcf-4 summit logo.png +
main imageFile:ornl summit front shot.jpg +
nameSummit +
operatorOak Ridge National Laboratory +
peak flops (double-precision)2.0e+17 FLOPS (200,000,000,000,000 KFLOPS, 200,000,000,000 MFLOPS, 200,000,000 GFLOPS, 200,000 TFLOPS, 200 PFLOPS, 0.2 EFLOPS, 2.0e-4 ZFLOPS) +
release price$ 200,000,000.00 (€ 180,000,000.00, £ 162,000,000.00, ¥ 20,666,000,000.00) +
sponsorUnited States Department of Energy (DOE) +