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Its computing power is 2 petaFLOPS, or 2 trillion operations per second. That’s nearly 67 billion times more than the IBM 360 had 50 years ago. This number is so big that, for most people, it is a figure their brains can’t compute. Translating it into distance, if the original IBM mainframe moved 12 millimetres per second, the new supercomputer could cover the distance from Earth to the moon and back in the same time!