petascale

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peta- +‎ scale

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petascale (not comparable)

  1. A metric for objects on the scale of quadrillions (1015 or 1,000,000,000,000,000) of elements. Most often used for computer systems; a petascale computer system operates at speeds measured in petaflops and has memory measured in petabytes.

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