The first supercomputer ever built was built in a remote, remote location, it has emerged.
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The construction of the supercomputer was done by a Russian billionaire, Alexander Voronin, according to Russian news agency RIA Novosti.
“Alexander Voronina said the supercomputing center was built by Russian entrepreneur Alexander Vorona, who founded his company Vorononin Technology Group in the early 2000s,” RIA reported.
“Vorona was a pioneer of supercomputer technology, and is the founder of Voronont, which has won numerous scientific and engineering awards,” it added.
The facility is currently under construction.
It was built at a cost of $200 million (NZ$260 million), and will house about 30 people, according Russian news outlet RIA.
The supercomputer is designed to be capable of processing data from the International Space Station, as well as a handful of other satellites, it is said.
The complex will also house a laboratory for research into artificial intelligence.
The building will also be used to conduct tests on the super computer, which will be used for experiments and simulations of complex artificial intelligence, according the Russian news.
The technology that will be built on the building is designed with a large number of computers, which is an important part of the overall system, according RIA, as is the complex where it is located.
The project has been a long time coming, with the first computer being built in 2000, but was eventually pushed back to 2019 by the start of the pandemic.
This project was originally intended to be completed in two years, but a lack of funding forced it to be delayed for three years, RIA said.
There is also speculation that the facility may be used as a research facility, but this is not confirmed.