is pending in PCs, Linux is the absolute king in supercomputing, ruling 469 of the 500 most powerful systems in the world , according to the latest list of November 2012, as indicated our fellow MuyComputer.
Using Linux continues to grow in the global supercomputing increasing its share since entering the first Linux system on the list in June 1998.
The latest list, no less than 469 of the top-500 is used with UNIX in second place but steady decline and others like Windows, ruling 3 sets of the 500 most powerful supercomputers in the world .
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Android has a market share of 70 percent smartphones, iOS reaches 60 percent in electronic tablets and Windows client PCs sweep at 90 percent, surpasses Linux in supercomputing with 93.8 percent, a new record in the sector. We leave you with the progression of Linux systems, power and number of cores:
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