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  • 1. PARAM YUVA II Presented by:-VNS FACULTY OF ENGINEERING Mayur manthanBHOPAL KAVISH JAISWAL
  • 2. Content:- Introduction History PARAM YUVA II Architecture Specifications Uses
  • 3. IntroductionSupercomputer is a broad term for one ofthe fastest computer currently available.Super computers were designed and builtto work on extremely large jobs that couldnot be handled by no other types ofcomputing systems
  • 4. IntroductionSupercomputers speed are measured infloating point operations per second(FLOPS) in units ofmegaflops (MFOPS)gigaflops (GFLOPS)teraflops (TFLOPS)
  • 5. History:-Indias supercomputer program was started in late 1980s. PARAM 8000 is considered Indias first supercomputer.It was indigenously built in 1990 by Centre for Development of Advanced Computing(C-DAC).It was replicated and installed at ICAD Moscow in 1991 under Russian collaboration.
  • 6. PARAM Series:- PARAM 8000 PARAM 8600 PARAM 9900/SS PARAM 10000 PARAM Padma PARAM Yuva Param Yuva II
  • 7. PARAM YUVA II Param Yuva-II, which is claimed to be Indias fastest supercomputer, has been unveiled in Pune. It was unveiled on 8 February 2013. Thish is a series of PARAM. This is the first supercomputer that has crossed 500 teraflops in computing power in the country.
  • 8. Architecture It performs at a peak speed of 524 Teraflops (a standard terminology in the computing industry which measures compute capacity). This supercomputer uses Hybrid Technology - which is network of high performance computers. This hybrid technology has enabled the up-gradation of existing 54 Teraflops to 500 Teraflops peak computing power of Indian Supercomputers. Param Yuva II has high storage capacity(200 TB), it supports parallel computing(infact all Supercomputers must support this feature).
  • 9. Architecture The interconnection of this fastest computer is comprised of Infiniband FDR System Area Network and PARAMNet-III which is sure to offer a remarkable efficiency. Param Yuva II is made energy efficient and consumes around 35% less power. Even parallel computing is made possible by the inclusion of required software. Even parallel computing is made possible by the inclusion of required software.
  • 10. Specifications:- It would have been ranked 33rd in the November 2012 List of Top Green 500 supercomputers of the world. The entire project is said to have involved around 300 CDAC engineers. The Param Yuva-II is also said to be a milestone in the Indian Information Technology industry. This computer is a stepping stone towards building the future petaflop-range supercomputers in India. Also, if supposedly the current system was used to predict weather conditions in a 6 km area, Param Yuva II would help in predicting weather conditions for a 10km area etc.
  • 11.  Param Yuva II was made in a period of three months, at a cost of 16 crore (US$3 million).
  • 12. USES:- Research in space Bioinformatics Weather forecasting Seismic data analysis Aeronautical engineering Scientific data processing Pharmaceutical development
  • 13. ANYQUERY

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