Web News : India's Fastest Supercomputer Param Yuva-II Launched

Ushering a second of pleasure for the country, J. Satyanarayana, Assistant, Division of Gadgets and Information Technological innovation (DeitY), Govt of Native indian, released PARAM Yuva - II, the new 500 TeraFlop edition of its previously PARAM Yuva at C-DAC Pune, last night.

With the release of PARAM Yuva –II, C-DAC has taken a huge leap towards creating a common objective research-oriented computational atmosphere. This program is designed to fix large and complicated computational problems. This will provide an opportunity for new medical efforts for the analysis group. By making use of multiple technology, the increase in optimum estimate energy from 54 Teraflop/s to 524 Teraflop/s has been obtained without any significant change in the electric energy absorbed by the service.

The program obtained a continual performance of 360.8 Teraflop/s on Community conventional Linpack conventional. In evaluation to Nov 2012 Record of Globe's Top 500 supercomputers, PARAM Yuva – II would have was standing at 62nd globe and at number 1 place in the country. With regards to performance, it is better than most supercomputing systems and would have obtained 33rd place in the Nov 2012 Record of Top Green 500 supercomputers around the globe. 
Satyanarayana devoted the new and highly effective supercomputer to the Great Performance Processing (HPC) customer group in the country. The release of PARAM Yuva II was performed as part of the Class on Nationwide Objective on Supercomputing being organized by C-DAC, Pune.

Speaking on the event of the release, Satyanarayana accented C-DAC for accomplishing the 500 TF estimate energy and reiterated the assistance of the Native indian government to “establish India’s place as the main location for innovative R&D across the international scenery. While the Native indian IT industry has always been at the top, the characteristics of the market especially in the light of financial meltdowns power us to take a relook at balancing our main concerns. Advanced R&D in growing areas can be a major interest place for Native indian as countries battle to find practical alternatives within financial restrictions. Computational features and qualified human resources will be the initial pre-requisites to take the effort ahead. The Govt of Native indian has always been in assistance of the R&D group and with organizations like C-DAC major the way ahead, the future certainly looks shiny for the country.”

PARAM Yuva – II provides more than half a Petaflop of raw estimate energy using multiple estimate technology with estimate co-processor and components accelerators. The network system consists of home PARAMNet-III and Infiniband FDR System Area Network. PARAM Yuva –II has 200 Terabytes of high performance storage space and assistance software for similar computing.

Addressing the press, Prof Rajat Moona, Home General, C-DAC, indicated his pleasure and pleasure "to be able to provide India’s first 500 TF supercomputer through C-DAC. Way back in 1991, C-DAC had efficiently designed, designed and released the first ever supercomputer in Native indian. Over the following years, C-DAC has combined its abilities in the supercomputing field to be able to multiply its key benefits to the medical group in the form of national supercomputing features. C-DAC has also set the precedent by creating the first Gigascale and first Terascale program in the country. C-DAC is devoted to develop supercomputing technology and programs further together with various organizations in Native indian and overseas.”

With this release, C-DAC also becomes the first R&D organization in Native indian to mix the 500 TF landmark.

Also present on the event were Prof. N. Balakrishnan, Affiliate Home, IISc, Prof Rajat Moona, Home General, C-DAC, Dr Pradeep K Sinha, Sr Home (HPC), Dr Hemant Darbari, Professional Home, C-DAC, Pune, Dr Sarat C Babu, Professional Home, C-DAC, Bengaluru and other mature authorities from R&D organizations across the country.
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