Linux is the dominant operating system for supercomputers

Nicholas Fearn
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Linux remains the dominant operating system for supercomputers.

Linux is the dominant operating system for supercomputers and is present on 500 of the world's fastest machines, according to new research. The latest TOP500 Supercomputer list shows that the free,...

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