*** Supercomputing for all is India cyber warrior

CobraBoy! (tbyars@earthlink.net)
Fri, 19 Sep 1997 08:27:45 -0700

The man who built India's first supercomputer after the U.S. denied
it access to advanced technology is now filled with enthusiasm for a
new mission. Vijay Bhatkar wants to see thousands of Indian
supercomputer users and is working to offer the power at extremely
low cost. International Data Corp. has projected the market for
supercomputers will hit $5.6 billion by the millennium. Bhatkar, head
of the Center for Advanced Computing, is building the Param Open
Frame with Sun UltraSPARC workstations as building blocks and a
machine capable of 100 GigaFLOPS. For story see


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-Toa Te Ching

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