C-DAC and the National Supercomputing Mission Hosting research institutions join the MOU to develop Supercomputing Facilities in numerous premier countries throughout India.
Addressing the gathering of Shri Sanjay Dhotre, MoS informed that, under the supports new of Hon’ble PM Shri Narendra Modi, the National Supercomputing Mission became arranged that will provide the Academy, Business, Scientific and Research Group, MSME as well as Start-ups with the requisite computing capabilities to address India’s unique huge issues and challenging real-life issues in science and technology.”
Nowadays accelerating the speed of research and advancement utilising computational science development strategies in India Vital Supercomputing modules such as the Server Board, as well as Interconnect, along with Rack Power Controllers as well as Hydraulic Controllers, Direct Liquid Cooling Datacenter, together with HPC Software Stack seems to be a step further Atmanirbhar Bharat.
C-DAC is actually driving development and advancement in the manufacture of supercomputing parts. It is a great step towards the achievement of Reliant Bharat. The Memorandum of understanding was signed to develop production and assembly units for supercomputers. Units shall be founded in the following establishments
IIT Kanpur, along with IIT Roorkee, as well as IIT Hyderabad, IIT Guwahati, IIT Gandhinagar, NIT Trichy, IIT Madras, together with IIT Mandi, IIT Goa as well as IIT Palakkad.
The move will have the requisite computational forces for companies, universities, MSME, science and academic communities including start-ups to resolve India’s unique challenges.
C-DAC also has developed Supercomputing Ecosystems at IIT Kharagpur, along with IIT BHU, as well as IISER Pune. Underneath the Memorandum Of Understanding, the organisations will concentrate on speeding up the process of research utilising computational science methods to produce supercomputer modules along with hydraulic controllers, interconnectors, rack power controllers, server boards, HPC soft stack, direct liquid cooling data centres. HPC is high-performance computing.