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is your Diaspora more Indians or Slaves to western companies and day n night working only for western interest ? Are they willing to eliminate poverty and toilet shortage? Let me enjoy my fantastic tea.
During the Mughals era, we were always powerful nations and contributed Indian own inventions in the global economic contribution of 20%. We combine as a nation can become a powerful Economic zone, but can Modi let it do for people's best interest and elminate the poverty from this region that we don't need to work in western countries.
If the Employee is a Pakistani then he/she is an employee but if the employee is an Indian then he/she is a slave, supa powa paxtan logic:enjoy:. Just google who made the Pentium Chip and USB and who are the CEOs of the biggest companies in the world andthe number of Indians working in American Tech companies, we are much better than your paxtani expectations and regarding toilets, this is what your reality is...
 

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Just google who made the Pentium Chip
Hello brother, it is misleading to call Vinod Dham the "Father of the Pentium chip". He may simply have led the team that created the chip but not designed it himself.

If he had designed one processor he may as well have come down to India and helped contribute to the design of an entirely new processor for Indian needs and also the idea of an Indian processor for the world.

The Indian Ministry of Electronics and IT ( MeitY ) had announced a program called India Microprocessor Program about ten years ago that call for an indigenously designed from India that can also be manufactured locally. Why didn't Vinod Dham contribute here ?
 

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INDIA’S SUPERCOMPUTER NOW RANKED AMONG WORLD’S MOST POWERFUL; WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR INDIA?
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 02, 2020 BY INDIAN DEFENCE NEWS



Atos, the global information technology service provider, has announced that PARAM Siddhi — AI has been ranked 63 among the Top 500 supercomputers of the world, also making it the country’s largest and fastest supercomputer.


This news comes on the heels of an announcement by NVIDIA, just last month, that said that the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) would be commissioning PARAM Siddhi — AI as India’s largest HPC — AI supercomputer.

In a press conference with all the major stakeholders, including — Dr Vijay K Saraswat, Member, NITI Aayog, Govt. of India; Ajay Prakash Sawhney, Secretary, MeitY, Govt. of India; Prof. Ashutosh Sharma, Secretary, DST, Govt. of India; Dr Hemant Darbari, Director General, C-DAC; and Vishal Dhupar, MD, NVIDIA South Asia the prowess and the application of this indigenous supercomputer was discussed in detail.

What can it achieve?


PARAM Siddhi — AI has been built under the National Supercomputers Mission of India. This mission, with a total valuation of ₹4,500 crores, jointly undertaken by MeitY, DST along with C-DAC and IISc as the implementation partners. This mission aims to have at least 50 supercomputers across the country.

This supercomputer has been able to meet the several performance benchmarks including 4.6 petaflops sustained double precision, 6.5 petaflops of peak double-precision, and overall 210 AI petaflops. It can use multiple scientific applications, and performance analysis carried out using molecular dynamics, material modelling and quantum chemistry, fluid dynamics, weather ocean and disaster mgmt, etc. Further, PARAM Siddhi — AI has 2.4 million cores along with fairly large storage.

Now the efforts are directed towards building an HPC-AI framework with all AI libraries and SDKs which will cater to various applications. These libraries and tools will be built horizontally, and the startups can use them to jumpstart development. During the time of testing, this supercomputer was able to complete an hour of transcription in just a second, revealed the C-DAC spokesperson.

With PARAM Siddhi AI, the aim is to provide superior computing and processing powers for applications in natural language processing, surveillance and image processing, automotive industry, healthcare, robotics, computer vision, and IoT, among others. Additionally, speaking at the event, Ajay Prakash Sawhney, secretary of MeitY said that PARAM Siddhi — AI would be greatly instrumental in meeting the goals of the National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence (NSAI).

He said, “It has been a couple of years since NSAI has been unveiled. For meeting the goals of this program, a significant requirement is superior computing power which can process an enormous amount of data using multiple GPUs and huge-scale computing. In this regard, this is the latest supercomputer that will prove to be greatly beneficial.”

Echoing the same sentiments, DST secretary Prof. Ashutosh Sharma stated that, this supercomputer would provide access to the high-performance computing (HPC) facilities to academic institutions, research and development institutes, as well as industries and start-ups over the National Knowledge Network (NKN) grid.

The spokespersons in the event also outlined board policy and technology-level measures being taken to protect the data utilised by the supercomputer. Apart from having a data policy and data security policy in place, built in accordance with the international guidelines, it uses edge computing facilitated by its core of Ampere A100 GPU in conjunction with the Nvidia Mellanox.

India — AI garage of the world?

Interestingly, as revealed by Vishal Dhupar from Nvidia, the primary focus of building PARAM Siddhi — AI in the most initial stages of development was to build software that could write software.

He said, “Our nation is built on the expertise of a software engineer. But their ratio is just 0.5%. But if you take the 0.5 and augment that to over 90%, we will be able to do many things that alone humans can not do. Supercomputers like PARAM Siddi — AI can assist in this endeavour. It is transformational for India. Software engineers work that was done manually could now be augmented.”

He further added that the aim was to make India the ‘AI garage of the world’.

Notably, PARAM Siddhi is the second Indian supercomputer to enter the Top 100 in the list. Weather forecasting supercomputer Pratyush at the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology ranked 78th on the November edition of the list, which is a few ranks down from its 66th in the June rankings announced by the project.

Wrapping up

The excitement among the research community and the industry is evidently and quite expectedly very high with this new development. The Indian government and its representatives have continually pushed for greater AI dominance on the world map.

In this context, it is important to note that the same list contains 212 systems of China, 113 from the US, and 34 from Japan; with the US systems voted best in terms of performance. Considering this, it still seems there is a long way for India but now at least has a good head start.

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Great achievement. Doesn't matter who makes the ranking, that's the way to go. Congrats
 

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INDIA’S SUPERCOMPUTER NOW RANKED AMONG WORLD’S MOST POWERFUL; WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR INDIA?
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 02, 2020 BY INDIAN DEFENCE NEWS



Atos, the global information technology service provider, has announced that PARAM Siddhi — AI has been ranked 63 among the Top 500 supercomputers of the world, also making it the country’s largest and fastest supercomputer.


This news comes on the heels of an announcement by NVIDIA, just last month, that said that the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) would be commissioning PARAM Siddhi — AI as India’s largest HPC — AI supercomputer.

In a press conference with all the major stakeholders, including — Dr Vijay K Saraswat, Member, NITI Aayog, Govt. of India; Ajay Prakash Sawhney, Secretary, MeitY, Govt. of India; Prof. Ashutosh Sharma, Secretary, DST, Govt. of India; Dr Hemant Darbari, Director General, C-DAC; and Vishal Dhupar, MD, NVIDIA South Asia the prowess and the application of this indigenous supercomputer was discussed in detail.

What can it achieve?


PARAM Siddhi — AI has been built under the National Supercomputers Mission of India. This mission, with a total valuation of ₹4,500 crores, jointly undertaken by MeitY, DST along with C-DAC and IISc as the implementation partners. This mission aims to have at least 50 supercomputers across the country.

This supercomputer has been able to meet the several performance benchmarks including 4.6 petaflops sustained double precision, 6.5 petaflops of peak double-precision, and overall 210 AI petaflops. It can use multiple scientific applications, and performance analysis carried out using molecular dynamics, material modelling and quantum chemistry, fluid dynamics, weather ocean and disaster mgmt, etc. Further, PARAM Siddhi — AI has 2.4 million cores along with fairly large storage.

Now the efforts are directed towards building an HPC-AI framework with all AI libraries and SDKs which will cater to various applications. These libraries and tools will be built horizontally, and the startups can use them to jumpstart development. During the time of testing, this supercomputer was able to complete an hour of transcription in just a second, revealed the C-DAC spokesperson.

With PARAM Siddhi AI, the aim is to provide superior computing and processing powers for applications in natural language processing, surveillance and image processing, automotive industry, healthcare, robotics, computer vision, and IoT, among others. Additionally, speaking at the event, Ajay Prakash Sawhney, secretary of MeitY said that PARAM Siddhi — AI would be greatly instrumental in meeting the goals of the National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence (NSAI).

He said, “It has been a couple of years since NSAI has been unveiled. For meeting the goals of this program, a significant requirement is superior computing power which can process an enormous amount of data using multiple GPUs and huge-scale computing. In this regard, this is the latest supercomputer that will prove to be greatly beneficial.”

Echoing the same sentiments, DST secretary Prof. Ashutosh Sharma stated that, this supercomputer would provide access to the high-performance computing (HPC) facilities to academic institutions, research and development institutes, as well as industries and start-ups over the National Knowledge Network (NKN) grid.

The spokespersons in the event also outlined board policy and technology-level measures being taken to protect the data utilised by the supercomputer. Apart from having a data policy and data security policy in place, built in accordance with the international guidelines, it uses edge computing facilitated by its core of Ampere A100 GPU in conjunction with the Nvidia Mellanox.

India — AI garage of the world?

Interestingly, as revealed by Vishal Dhupar from Nvidia, the primary focus of building PARAM Siddhi — AI in the most initial stages of development was to build software that could write software.

He said, “Our nation is built on the expertise of a software engineer. But their ratio is just 0.5%. But if you take the 0.5 and augment that to over 90%, we will be able to do many things that alone humans can not do. Supercomputers like PARAM Siddi — AI can assist in this endeavour. It is transformational for India. Software engineers work that was done manually could now be augmented.”

He further added that the aim was to make India the ‘AI garage of the world’.

Notably, PARAM Siddhi is the second Indian supercomputer to enter the Top 100 in the list. Weather forecasting supercomputer Pratyush at the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology ranked 78th on the November edition of the list, which is a few ranks down from its 66th in the June rankings announced by the project.

Wrapping up

The excitement among the research community and the industry is evidently and quite expectedly very high with this new development. The Indian government and its representatives have continually pushed for greater AI dominance on the world map.

In this context, it is important to note that the same list contains 212 systems of China, 113 from the US, and 34 from Japan; with the US systems voted best in terms of performance. Considering this, it still seems there is a long way for India but now at least has a good head start.

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If India is such a good friendly neighbour of Bangladesh, perhaps it could give bd the technology. Instead of trying to force bd to buy military junk that's made in India.
 
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If India is such a good friendly neighbour of Bangladesh, perhaps it could give bd the technology. Instead of trying to force bd to buy military junk that's made in India.
Our weapons are not junk, ask 🇨🇳 what junk weapons actually are.
Hello brother, it is misleading to call Vinod Dham the "Father of the Pentium chip". He may simply have led the team that created the chip but not designed it himself.

If he had designed one processor he may as well have come down to India and helped contribute to the design of an entirely new processor for Indian needs and also the idea of an Indian processor for the world.

The Indian Ministry of Electronics and IT ( MeitY ) had announced a program called India Microprocessor Program about ten years ago that call for an indigenously designed from India that can also be manufactured locally. Why didn't Vinod Dham contribute here ?
In India Microprocessor FAB is difficult as it requires a lot of financial capital, Pure silicon which we will have to import from USA or China, and experienced scientists. There is only one Microprocessor Fab lab in some IIT where our Shakti processor was made.
 

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Supwa is not our claim , it is your title and dont want it.any asian dispora they all are lobbyist for forigen corporation and dont see any difference among them.do you think your shakti processor can able to achevie its 14nm target and beat these foriegn lobbyist monpoly. Lets see in 10 years.
If the Employee is a Pakistani then he/she is an employee but if the employee is an Indian then he/she is a slave, supa powa paxtan logic:enjoy:. Just google who made the Pentium Chip and USB and who are the CEOs of the biggest companies in the world andthe number of Indians working in American Tech companies, we are much better than your paxtani expectations and regarding toilets, this is what your reality is...
 
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Supwa is not our claim , it is your title and dont want it.any asian dispora they all are lobbyist for forigen corporation and dont see any difference among them.do you think your shakti processor can able to achevie its 14nm target and beat these foriegn lobbyist monpoly. Lets see in 10 years.
I don’t think coz any educated guy is aware how complex it is to Fabricate chipsets. It requires a huge capital and pure silicon in house which currently isn’t possible. Plus we are trying not claiming to make it numba wan chipset. We are happy that atleast we did something in this field considering the limited resources we have.
 

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a moment of silence for all the indian students who had an exam the day after they listened to his bs
many butts are bound to hurt by this news , you are one of them . :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
2 in top 100 out of like 350-400 total

Well for an undeveloped country like India thats actually some news.
that too without begging from allover world :omghaha::omghaha::omghaha:
beggars know it
Supwa is not our claim , it is your title and dont want it.any asian dispora they all are lobbyist for forigen corporation and dont see any difference among them.do you think your shakti processor can able to achevie its 14nm target and beat these foriegn lobbyist monpoly. Lets see in 10 years.
it is very difficult for beggars to understand how chips are manufactured.
 
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Then what happen your elite IT teams and CEOs armies cant save you on this attack.by the way it not me , it is your own media narration. Atleast try to save your nuclear plant off from these attacks.use shakti chip

many butts are bound to hurt by this news , you are one of them . :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

that too without begging from allover world :omghaha::omghaha::omghaha:
beggars know it

it is very difficult for beggars to understand how chips are manufactured.
 
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Then what happen your elite IT teams and CEOs armies cant save you on this attack.by the way it not me , it is your own media narration. Atleast try to save your nuclear plant off from these attacks.use shakti chip

Paxtanis are the ones who shamelessly appreciate terror attacks and cyber attacks done by paxtanis. We hacked Azad Kashmir’s website, your PAC Kamra’s website and broadcasted Indian Flag on Dawn and whole Pakistan was forced to see it. I don’t think there is anything to brag on about such illegal things like cyber attacks but if you do, our record of hacking your websites is very bad ( very high) hence you should stop mentioning such kiddish things.
 

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Then you have solid Indian Links to Terrorism on Pakistani Soil. Tell me who is terriost nation after all these soild proof? Kalbshuan was came in pakistan for breaking news of your supercomputer and shakti processor.

Paxtanis are the ones who shamelessly appreciate terror attacks and cyber attacks done by paxtanis. We hacked Azad Kashmir’s website, your PAC Kamra’s website and broadcasted Indian Flag on Dawn and whole Pakistan was forced to see it. I don’t think there is anything to brag on about such illegal things like cyber attacks but if you do, our record of hacking your websites is very bad ( very high) hence you should stop mentioning such kiddish things.
 
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We are trying buddy, you should not make fun of someone who is trying, remember there was a time when China must’ve been on the same place, no doubt China today is a superpower but we are also trying our best.
Someone call the wahhhhmbulance. You Indians should stop being pu55ies and begging every time some one insults your country.
Paxtanis are the ones who shamelessly appreciate terror attacks and cyber attacks done by paxtanis. We hacked Azad Kashmir’s website, your PAC Kamra’s website and broadcasted Indian Flag on Dawn and whole Pakistan was forced to see it. I don’t think there is anything to brag on about such illegal things like cyber attacks but if you do, our record of hacking your websites is very bad ( very high) hence you should stop mentioning such kiddish things.
Maybe you Indians should stop scamming elderly people in the west
 

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many butts are bound to hurt by this news , you are one of them . :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

that too without begging from allover world :omghaha::omghaha::omghaha:
beggars know it

it is very difficult for beggars to understand how chips are manufactured.
Ok sorry sir, the 'extra' 2ab in 'a+b*()^2()^2' comes from bharat and canada joining hands and making extra ancient vedic energy, thus defying the laws of physics.
 

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Don't worry first we were not even in top 200 now we are no 63 and gradually your wish to see is amongst top 10 alongside the US Japan Korea etc will also fulfil. In the meantime you can let go of your obsession with us and worry about your own country pakistan.
Congrats on over taking tech super powers like somolia. That’s a true achievement for a country of a billion people :-)
 

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If it were a Chinese HPC and Chinese media made such a headline, Chinese netizen would have trolled the media house to death. It doesn't take much for Indians to feel proud.
Yeah yeah Chinese invented the supercomputer as soon as their country came into being but we are mere mortals or great one please let us feel proud on our insignificant achievements.
 

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