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Cerebras and G42 Unveil World’s Largest Supercomputer for AI Training with 4 exaFLOPs to Fuel a New Era of Innovation

Launching today with its first of nine interconnected AI supercomputers, the Condor Galaxy system will reach a combined AI training capacity of 36 exaFLOPs

Cerebras Systems, the pioneer in accelerating generative AI, and G42, the UAE-based technology holding group, today announced Condor Galaxy, a network of nine interconnected supercomputers, offering a new approach to AI compute that promises to significantly reduce AI model training time. The first AI supercomputer on this network, Condor Galaxy 1 (CG-1), has 4 exaFLOPs and 54 million cores. Cerebras and G42 are planning to deploy two more such supercomputers, CG-2 and CG-3, in the U.S. in early 2024. With a planned capacity of 36 exaFLOPs in total, this unprecedented supercomputing network will revolutionize the advancement of AI globally.