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Pi in the sky: Calculating a record-breaking 31.4 trillion digits of Archimedes constant on Google Cloud | Google Cloud Blog

We achieved this feat using y-cruncher , a Pi-benchmark program developed by Alexander J. Yee, using a Google Compute Engine virtual machine cluster. 31.4 trillion digits is almost 9 trillion digits more than the previous world record set in November 2016 by Peter Trueb. Yee independently verified the calculation using Bellard's formula and BBP formula . Here are the last 97 digits of the result.