- Location: Tokyo, Japan
- Industry: Academic
- Capacity (in kW): 35.39
- Highlight: Ranked#1 on the Green500 for two consecutive listings
- Customer Since: 2013
GRC’s CarnotJet System (Containerized Solution) enabled The Tsubame-KFC to become the first supercomputer in the world to breach 4,000 MFLOPS/W. The cluster ranked #1 on the Green500 for two consecutive years.
Learn more about the Tsubame-KFC, and how it achieved such accolades, in Tokyo Institute of Technology’s White Paper.
Tokyo Tech is the top national university for science and technology in Japan with a history spanning more than 130 years. The Institute has 3 schools with 23 departments, 6 graduate schools with 45 departments, and many research institutes spread over its Ookayama, Suzukakedai and Tamachi Campuses. Of the approximately 10,000 students, half of them are undergraduates and the other half are graduate students. International students number 1,200. There are 1,200 faculty and 600 administrative staff members. In the 21st century, the role of sci-tech universities has become increasingly important. Tokyo Tech continues to cultivate global leaders in the fields of science and technology and contributes to the betterment of society through its research focusing on solutions to global issues. The Institute’s long-term goal is to become the world’s leading sci-tech university.