Supercomputers of Indian origin may be a reality sooner than you think

NEW DELHI: Supercomputers of Indian origin may soon be a reality. India is fast expanding its supercomputer facilities and developing the capacity to manufacture them in the country.

The National Super Computing Mission (NSM) is rapidly boosting high power computing in the country through its various phases to meet the increasing computational demands of academia, researchers, MSMEs and startups in areas like oil exploration, flood prediction, genomics and drug discovery.  With the infrastructure planned in NSM Phase I already installed and much of Phase II in place, the network of supercomputers through the country will soon reach around 16 Petaflops (PF). Phase III, to be initiated in January 2021, will take the computing speed to around 45 Petaflops.

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Thursday, October 22, 2020

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The New Indian Express
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