David Broadhurst and I have recently proven a new Non-trivial Gigantic
primerecord with 31034 digits.
It's the Generalized Lucas primitive part primV(10987,1,14400).
Details about this proof can be observed in the NMBRTHRY posting below.
Good use was made of the programs MSieve, Primo, PFGW, GMP-ECM, Pari and GGNFS.
Specially the latter now enables us to factor composites in the range from 100
to 170 digits within a reasonable amount of time.
The complete status of the NTG primes is as always in our table here:
Thanks go once more to all of the contributors who worked on the software we
David Broadhurst and Bouk de Water.
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