When it was installed in November , it was the 4th fastest in the world and fastest in Asia. The machine had to race against other heavyweights from the world over to achieve this distinction. It was built in a record time of six weeks and at a cost of around crore rupees. EKA has 1, computing nodes and has a theoretical peak performance of EKA follows a near-circular layout of the data centre unlike the traditional hot aisle and cold aisle rows. This near-circular layout enables the building of densely packed supercomputers, and this is the first time this architecture has been tried out on this scale.
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The latest run was bumped up from Technically, yes, its faster. However, its probably more accurate to say that Eka is simply more efficient [ Check out details on the Top The report also highlights a lineup of Ready Solutions created by Dell Technologies which are highly optimized and tuned hardware and software stacks for a variety of industries.
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Tata's 'Eka' Supercomputer Now Faster [well, not really]
This near-circular layout enables the building of densely packed supercomputers and this is the first time this architecture has been tried out on this scale. Ratan Tata, Chairman of the Tata group said, "High performance computing solutions have an ever-increasing role in the scientific and new technological space the world over. The Tata group has supported this development activity and is extremely proud of the team that has developed and built this supercomputer, which is now ranked as the world's fourth fastest. I am sure this supercomputer and its successor systems will make a major contribution to India's ongoing scientific and technological initiatives. This is the first ever site in the world which has used the Dual Data Rate Infiniband with fibre- optic cable technology for superior performance.
Tatas' EKA, 4th fastest supercomputer in the world
The latest run was bumped up from Technically, yes, its faster. However, its probably more accurate to say that Eka is simply more efficient [ Check out details on the Top
Tata out to prove its EKA supercomputer really means business
The Tata Group has developed the fourth-fastest supercomputer in the world and the fastest in Asia. Thinking of buying a new computer? All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service. Tech and Gadgets. Market Watch. Pinterest Reddit.
Tata's supercomputer Eka is fastest in Asia