Adoption of HPC in India is need of the hour
In the recently published statistics by Top500.org, 11 of the top 500 supercomputers in the world are located in India. The most powerful one, ranked 36, is deployed by the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune. As more and supercomputers from India make it to the list, it clearly highlights the growing adoption trend of HPC in India.
In an exclusive interview to CXOtoday, Srinivas Tadigadapa, Director – Enterprise Solution, Intel South Asia, explains how HPC is the need of the hour for India. He further shares Intel views on the manufacturing environment and how the company is partnering with institutes to create a pool of industry ready talent.
1. Could you cite the key drivers responsible for the adoption of HPC in India? (00:06)
2. How can organizations leverage HPC to analyze big data, thereby enabling them to stay ahead of the curve? (01:05)
3. Could you talk about the contributions made by Intel’s R&D center in Bangalore to the company’s new product offerings? (02:53)
4. Does Intel view India as an ideal location to set up a manufacturing plant? (04:01)
5. How is Intel partnering with educational institutes across the country to create a pool of industry ready talent? (04:55)
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