New Technology in India in the Next Three Years (palakSys)

India plans to install 73 'green supercomputers' in the next three years to enable high-performance computing with reduced power consumption, a scientist at the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) said on Friday.

"Around five to 10 supercomputers will be installed this year and the rest in the next three years in phases. Through optimization, power consumption of the machines will be reduced as less as possible," Sanjay Wandhekar, associate director and head, High Performance Computing, C-DAC, Pune, said.

Currently, 11 Indian machines are on the list of the world's 500 most powerful supercomputers, including two in the top 100.

C-DAC, which gave India its first supercomputer, said with the 73 'green' machines, the country would be on the Top 500 Green computing list as well.

The machines are being developed under the Rs 4,500-crore National Supercomputing Mission which is jointly handled by the departments of science and technology and electronics and information technology.

Wandhekar said 50 machines will be entry-level supercomputers, 20 of medium level and three will be of large capacity.

Use of technology in human relationships:  As the world develops, people are getting more carried away with their work and carries. Today a lot is demanded so every one is busy to have time to find a relationship. So technology has also filled this part. With technology you can connect and meet new people while at work using social network technology.  You can also use technology to find a new date without living your work.  Now days people use mobile phone apps to meet and connect with new and old friends. Social networks like Facebook.com , Tagged.com have played a big role in connecting both old and new relationships.
 However, virtual relationships are not as strong as physical relationships, so I advice you to take off time and meet these people you network with virtually and get to know each other better.  On the other note, people who over participate in virtual relationships, end up with no friends in real life and they develop a diseases called cyber-sickness and loneliness.


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