PM Modi inaugurates supercomputer at IIT-BHU

  • | Tuesday | 19th February, 2019

VARANASI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday inaugurated 'Param Shivay' Supercomputer of 833 teraflop capacity built at the cost of Rs 32.5 crore under the National Super Computing Mission at IIT-BHU. "Under this project, the Center for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) has developed the first supercomputer 'Param Shivay' of 833 teraflop capacities under the chain of NSM. "This supercomputing will benefit the faculty members, scientists and research students of IIT -BHU and the university. The research that takes months would be completed in hours or minutes with the help of this supercomputer. The problems of common man related to relevant social issues such as irrigation schemes, traffic management, health will also be taken care of," the prime minister said.About the uses of ‘Param Shivay’, he said that indigenous supercomputer software will be developed in various scientific areas, under the supercomputer program.

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