This list compares various amounts of computing power in instructions per second organized by order of magnitude in FLOPS.

Scientific E notation index: 2 | 3 | 6 | 9 | 12 | 15 | 18 | 21 | 24 | >24

Deciscale computing (10−1)

Scale computing (100)

Decascale computing (101)

Hectoscale computing (102)

Kiloscale computing (103)

Megascale computing (106)

Gigascale computing (109)

Terascale computing (1012)

Petascale computing (1015)

Main article: Petascale computing

Exascale computing (1018)

Main article: Exascale computing

Zettascale computing (1021)

Main article: Zettascale computing

A zettascale computer system could generate more single floating point data in one second than was stored by any digital means on Earth in the first quarter of 2011.[citation needed]

Beyond zettascale computing (>1021)

See also

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