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The SX-10 is a planned future supercomputer from NEC Corporation. It will feature a NEC's first multi-core vector System on a Chip design. The SX-10 is projected to have performance of 64 GFLOPS per core, and will have 64 gigabytes per second of memory bandwidth per core. The SX-10 is expected to be released in 2013 or 2014, and will primarily be marketed in Japan and Europe.
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