India’s $730million supercomputing mission

The Indian government has approved a seven-year supercomputing program worth $730, to revitalize the nation’s status as a world-class computing power. India currently has nine systems on the Top500 list. Its current top system, a 719-teraflops IBM/Lenovo iDataPlex installed at the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, has slid from 36th to 71st position since it making its TOP500 debut in 2013.

Along with Ireland, the Commonwealth of Independent States and now China, India is one of four (known) national / regional HPC lists.

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