09:27 GMT10 May 2021
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    A new supercomputer developed in Russia will be able to control air, land and sea robotic systems produced by all existing manufacturers, RIA Novosti reported.

    In an interview with RIA, a representative of the United Instrument Corporation said that the new supercomputer “speaks the language” of each of the hundreds of robots with different control systems and software currently in production.

    He added that the new complex was built around an 8-teraflop supercomputer with a liquid silicon cooling system whose production performance “equals that of 40 of the most powerful laptops money can buy.”

    This supercomputer is also mobile as it is part of an upgraded Vologda mobile robot control complex that can be mounted on a KamAZ truck.

    It will be unveiled during an ongoing hydro-aviation show in Gelendzhik.


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