The SX-ACE is a vector supercomputer from NEC Corporation. It features NEC's first multi-core vector System on a Chip design, with four cores. The SX-ACE runs at 1 GHz, has peak performance of 64 GFLOPS per core, and has 64 gigabytes per second of memory bandwidth per core. Four cores make up a shared-memory node, and 64 nodes can fit in a rack for a total performance of 16 TFLOPS per rack. The SX-ACE was released in 2013. NEC roadmaps indicate that the successor to the SX-ACE will be released around 2017.
- NEC Developing Next Generation Vector Supercomputer
- SX-ACE Brochure
- "Roadmap" image in NEC SX-ACE Photos
- SX-10 announcement press release
- Japanese interview discussing the SX-10
- Main English-language SX-ACE site
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