At the recent ISC'21, the current Graph500 list (see also of the world's fastest computers for handling a data-intensive problem was presented. Using the Breadth-First Search Benchmark at Scale 38, the LISE computer was able to traverse 5.4 trillion edges per second. This performance ranks LISE at the 7th position in the Graph500 for this category.
The benchmark performance was achieved as part of a collaboration between the Zuse Institute and the Institute for Mathematics for Industry at Kyushu University using a program developed by Katsuki Fujisawa (Kyushu University) and his team and adapted for LISE by Yuji Shinano (ZIB).