fastest supercomputer in Pakistan (ScREC)

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  1. farhan_9909

    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

    Aug 30, 2012
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    ScREC is a supercomputer developed by the Research Centre for Modeling and Simulation (RCMS) at the National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) in Islamabad, Pakistan. With a 132 teraflops performance, it is currently the fastest supercomputer in Pakistan.

    System specifications

    ScREC is able to perform parallel computing and has a performance speed of 132 teraFLOPS (trillion operations per second). It is the fastest running graphics processing unit (GPU) parallel computing system to have been developed in Pakistan.

    The supercomputer has multi-core processors and graphics co-processors, with an inter-process communication speed of 40 gigabits per second. According to system specifications, the computer cluster consists of 66 nodes equipped with 30,992 processor cores. Additional component details include

    32 dual quad core computer nodes (256 processor cores)

    32 Nvidia graphics processing units

    QDR InfiniBand interconnection

    26.1 TB storage

    For more detail

    Pak had supercomputer since 80's for the nuclear program
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  3. Blackwater

    Blackwater Veteran Member Veteran Member

    Jan 9, 2012
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    Akhand Bharat
    Muhammad Suhail Zubairy (b. October 19, 1952; HI, SI, FPAS), is a Professor of Physics at the Texas A&M University and is the inaugural holder of the Munnerlyn-Heep Chair in Quantum Optics. He has made pioneering contributions in the fields of Quantum computing, laser physics and quantum optics. He has authored and co-authored several books and over 250 research papers on a wide variety of research problems relating to theoretical physics. His research and work has been widely recognized by the physics community and he has won many international awards.

    Muhammad Suhail Zubairy
    Born October 19, 1952 (age 60)
    Lahore, Pakistan
    Residence College Station, Texas, U.S.

    During the Bush administration, in an effort to help US-based companies gain competitive ground in developing information technology-based markets, the U.S. government eased regulations that applied to exporting high-performance computers to Pakistan

    so a american pakistani has developed ur supar computer. using american studies and american experience, american harware.

    so why abuse america, KYA yeah khula tazaad nahi???
  4. satish007

    satish007 Senior Member Senior Member

    May 7, 2011
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    if it is pakistan pay the money to build

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