China a year ahead of U.S. in supercomputers with bid to acquire US semiconductor manufacturer

The next big problem in America...

Within the next 12 months, China expects to be operating two 100 Petaflop computers, each containing (different) Chinese-made processors, and both coming online about a year before the United States' 100 Petaflop machines being developed under the Coral initiative


In a separate move to acquire mastery of microprocessor technologies, China's state owned Tsinghua Unigroup has made a bid to acquire US semiconductor manufacturer Micron Technology for $23 billion, in what could be one of the biggest acquisitions of a US company by a Chinese firm. Read more »

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