Recently, Indian supercomputing industry has been in much talks with the government committing Rs 4500 crore for developing supercomputers. Fundamentally, scientists have been working diligently in this ﬁeld to address answers to several complex questions. Areas like weather prediction, climate, earth material, biology and life sciences, theoretical physics, nuclear physics, astrophysics, predicting diseases etc. are some of the areas which have deep questions underlying which numerous scientists and research institutes are trying to solve from years.
Supercomputing holds an ability to perform tasks equivalent to thousands of scientists in just a few seconds and is able to give a certain direction to the performance tasks equivalent to thousands of scientists in just a few seconds and are able to give a certain direction to the research in these ﬁelds. Supercomputers are broadly defined as the quick computing systems which can be used in various scientific applications across different industries. These computers have very high speed and they can process loads of data within microseconds.
Power of supercomputers is generally measured in FLOPS- Floating Point operations per second. In simple terms, it is defined as the number of mathematical operations including fractions that a particular supercomputer can do in one second. The fastest supercomputer has been developed by China- Sunway TaihuLight and it has a power of 93 petaflops. This clearly means that this is about billion times stronger than a normal computer. The maximum number of supercomputers have been built by the USA and the country is the world leader in this segment.
Content Of Supercomputing In India- 2016-17 Report:
- Organisations Involved In Supercomputing In India
- The Progress Of Supercomputing In The Country
- Major Application Areas Of Supercomputers
- Future Scope For The Country – Projections
- Which Educational Institutes Are Supporting Supercomputing?
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