Among the 500 most powerful supercomputers in the world for floating-point computing, Lenovo is the single biggest maker, according to the updated ranking of the TOP500 list of the world's most powerful supercomputers
According to the data, the list includes 180 Lenovo supercomputers, an increase of seven from the previous list of 173.
China continues to rank first in the world in terms of the number of supercomputers deployed, with 226 of the TOP500 supercomputers deployed by Chinese customers, which accounts for Overall share is over 45%.
Chinese vendors Lenovo, Sugon and Inspur were the top three global supercomputing vendors, with a total delivery of 312 units, or more than 45 per cent of the total. The TOP500 share is over 62%.
Lenovo delivered more than 3.55 billion total supercomputing contributions, ranking second in the world.
In the list of the top 100 most powerful supercomputers in China, released late last year, Lenovo Accounting for 39 sets, it ranks as the number one manufacturer.
The following are the world's top 10 supercomputing performance rankings published by TOP500 (June 2020).
1, Fugaku, Japan
2, Summit, IBM USA
3, Sierra, IBM USA
4, Sunway TaihuLight, China
5, Tianhe-2A, China
6, HPC5, Italy
7, Selene, USA
8, Frontera, USA
9, Marconi - 100, Italy
10, Piz Daint, Switzerland