Atos, a worldwide chief in digital transformation, declares the set up of its first supercomputer in India.
The BullSequana, which is the primary supercomputer to be put in as a part of the Indian Authorities’s Nationwide Supercomputing Mission (NSM), was formally inaugurated at IIT-BHU in Varanasi by the Prime Minister of India the Honorable Narendra Modi.
Named ‘Param Shivav’, this supercomputer is the primary of a number of to be put in throughout India as a part of a significant Three-year settlement between C-DAC (Centre for Growth of Superior Computing), a company throughout the MeitY (Ministry of Electronics & Info Know-how, India) and Atos.
It’s a part of the NSM (Nationwide Supercomputing Mission) – a 7-year plan of INR 4500 crores (~650M$) led by the Authorities of India which goals to create a community of over 70 high-performance supercomputing services for numerous educational and analysis establishments throughout India.
The supercomputer is provided with the most recent processors and accelerators in the marketplace, to offer optimum efficiency and improved vitality effectivity. It will likely be used for tutorial initiatives and analysis.
“We’re proud that our BullSequana supercomputer is empowering researchers on the IIT-BHU to speed up their digital simulation initiatives. This set up marks the beginning of a strategic relationship and partnership between France and India and cements our place because the main supercomputing supplier in India for HPC.” stated Pierre Barnabé, Chief Working Officer, Massive Knowledge & Safety at Atos.
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