India’s IIT to Connect Supercomputer with Biogrid

India’s Financial Express reported last week that the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi (IIT-D) plans to connect its supercomputing facility with the Department of Biotechnology’s Biogrid network of 60 research centers.

The IIT-D supercomputer offers 150 Gflops of computing power through a 70-processor Sun cluster, two 16-processor Pentium clusters, and a four-processor SGI Origin 200. It will initially support 11 centers on the Biogrid, according to the Financial Express.

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