Pune-based Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) and Intel Corporation have announced a collaboration to establish High Performance Computing (HPC) Academia Innovation Centre to enable the open sciences research community to take advantage of emerging technologies in HPC.
The HPC Academia Innovation Centre is a first-of-its-kind national initiative in high performance computing for scientific, academic and engineering institutes.
The C-DAC-Intel collaboration targets computing research and analysis in the arena of innovative HPC solutions and has mutually identified joint activities in the area of fault tolerant software stack, system management tools and HPC application optimisation, which shall be critical ecosystem components for future extreme scale systems.
“Intel would provide early access of its future research platform processors to C-DAC. A host of research activities around the HPC ecosystem are also being carried out around this upcoming technology at C-DAC,” said Rajeeb Hazra, general manager, technical computing group, Intel.