You asked: Who made first supercomputer in India?

Bhatkar is best known as the architect of India’s national initiative in supercomputing where he led the development of Param supercomputers. He developed the first Indian supercomputer, the PARAM 8000, in 1991 and later the PARAM 10000 in 1998.

When the first supercomputer was made in India?

PARAM 8000, India’s 1st Giga-scale supercomputer in 1990.

Who is the father of Indian computer?

Rangaswamy Narasimhan (1926–2007) was an Indian computer and cognitive scientist, regarded by many as the father of computer science research in India.

Rangaswamy Narasimhan
Known for TIFRAC-the first Indian indigenous computer

Which supercomputer is developed by Indian?

The Government of India created an indigenous development programme as they had difficulty purchasing foreign supercomputers. As of November 2020 when ranking by number of supercomputer systems in the TOP500 list, India is ranked 17th in the world, with the PARAM Siddhi-AI being the fastest supercomputer in India.

Which is first computer in India?

TIFRAC (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Automatic Calculator) was the first computer developed in India, at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Mumbai. Initially a TIFR Pilot Machine was developed in the 1950s (operational in 1956).

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What is bhatkar’s dream for India?

In 2000, the Government of India honoured him with Padma Shri. Bhatkar, a father of three, said he owed a lot to the city and it was his dream to see the city shine at international level as an education and IT hub.

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Which country has supercomputer?

China currently dominates the list with 212 supercomputers, leading the second place (United States) by a record margin of 113. Ranked by performance the most powerful supercomputers are located in the US (669 petaFLOPS). Followed by Japan (594 petaFLOPS) and China (564 petaFLOPS).

Which Indian supercomputer is important?

Two supercomputers from India — PARAM Siddhi-AI and Mihir — have made it to the TOP500 list of the world’s most powerful supercomputers. The two systems have been ranked 63rd and 146th, respectively, and remain the only two supercomputers from India in the latest list of TOP500 released on November 18.

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