There are no limits to what supercomputers may achieve in the future, which is exactly what some researchers are banking on.
A GROUP of Australian scientists is proving the impossible is no boundary by attempting to turn phosphorous atoms into `supercomputers'.
The commissioning of three new supercomputers in the past six months has given Australia a boost in the league table of the world's 500 fastest non-classified high-performance installations.
Seriously powerful supercomputers help to accuratelypredict the weather.
Wollongong will soon be linked to Australia's newest high-performance computers to provide unprecedented computing power for regional universities and businesses. Information Technology Minister Kim Yeadon said Wollongong, Newcastle and Bathurst would have access to three new supercomputers at t