Current rankings indicate that no Indian computer comes close to the top.Don't knock the $hit G, when you don't know it. India's R&D may be behind China's at the moment, but it's certainly far from "absoloutely pathetic". Check this out for a change:
Supercomputers are developing, and fast- year on year. Indian supercomputers have regularly made the list in the last few years. A ranking in late 2007 saw 9 Indian systems on the top 500 supercomputers list, with 10 systems for China, 11 for Taiwan and 20 for Japan:
India supercomputer makes top-10 'most powerful' list
This may seem to represent a 'quantum' leap for the moment (literally eh?) but back in 2004, there was news of Japan working on a ten- petaflop supercomputer that could process 10 quadrillion calculations (10 x 10^15 flops/sec) per second, that is due in the 2012 timeframe and will take supercomputers to a whole new level.
Prior to China's one-quadrillion teraflops per second (1 x 10^15 flops/sec) supercomputer, India's 'eka', with an Rpeak of 172.6 teraflops (172.60 x 10^12 flops/sec) was the "fastest in Asia and the 4th fastest in the world". Hit this up for size:
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