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Blue Gene/L (BG/L) is a massively parallel supercomputer with low cost-to-performance ratios for speed, power, cooling, and floor space. It's designed and built by IBM in partnership with the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Using the latest hardware and software technologies, Blue Gene designers have set the grounds for a system that should smoothly scale to several petaflops. However, BG/L brings forth new challenges such as hardware failure management, efficient programming, and scalability of code. From Quantum Chromodynamics to Protein FoldingThe world of physics is a driving force in high performance computing. Applied physicists rely on supercomputers to simulate the evolution of dynamic systems that make up our universe. BG/L's story starts with a specific branch of physics called quantum chromodynamics ... (more)