Gigaflop (Gflops)

Gigaflop (Gflops),

Definition of Gigaflop (Gflops):

  1. A unit of computing speed equal to one thousand million floating-point operations per second.

  2. Unit of computing capacity equal to one billion (10^9) floating point operations per second.

How to use Gigaflop (Gflops) in a sentence?

  1. The Cray supercomputers goal was 16 gigaflops.
  2. The new quantum system we installed has performance measured in gigaflop s: Our enterprise level accounting software only takes 10 minutes to load now!.
  3. You should know how much you can get done in a gigaflop so that you can manage your working time better.
  4. There was one gigaflop in the computer, the man told me, and I asked him what that meant and how much power that meant.

Meaning of Gigaflop (Gflops) & Gigaflop (Gflops) Definition