The highest climber in the latest Top500 list of the world's fastest supercomputers is also one of the highest scorers on the Green500 ranking of the world's most efficient.
With no change at the top of the latest Top500.org supercomputer list, you need to look further down the rankings to see the real story.
Japan plans to build a super-efficient computer that could vault it to the top of the world's supercomputer rankings by the end of next year.
China's Tianhe-2 supercomputer has just been overtaken as the world's fastest by another Chinese computer, the Sunway TaihuLight, capable of 93 million billion floating-point operations per second.
Computer manufacturer Atos has named its first customer for Bull sequana, a supercomputer design it hopes will reach exaflop levels of performance by 2020.
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