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Saga-220

SAGA-220
Active 2 May 2011
Location Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), Thiruvananthapuram, India
Speed 220 TeraFLOPS
Cost INR 140,000,000
Purpose Aeronautics Study

SAGA-220 is a

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  2. ^ a b c d "Welcome To ISRO :: Press Release :: May 02, 2011". Isro.org. 2011-05-02. Retrieved 2013-01-09. 
  3. ^ "Top500 List - June 2012 | TOP500 Supercomputer Sites". Top500.org. Retrieved 2013-01-09. 

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See also

As of 11 May 2012, SAGA-220 was ranked 86th on the Top500 list.[3]

Top 500 rank

The system is being used by scientists to solve complex aeronautical problems. It has been hinted that it will be used to design future space launch vehicles.[1]

Application

It was built using commercially available hardware, open source software components and in house developments. The system uses 400 NVIDIA Tesla C2070 GPUs and 400 Intel Quad Core Xeon CPUs supplied by WIPRO. Each NVIDIA Tesla C2070 GPU is capable of delivering 515 gigaflops compared to the Xeon CPU’s more modest contribution of 50 gigaflops.[2] The system cost about INR 140,000,000 to build.[2] The system consumes only about 150 kW.[1]

Design

It is located at the supercomputing facility named Satish Dhawan Supercomputing Facility at Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), Thiruvananthapuram.[2]

Location

Contents

  • Location 1
  • Design 2
  • Application 3
  • Top 500 rank 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6

The name SAGA-220 stands for Supercomputer for Aerospace with GPU Architecture-220 teraflops.[1]

It was unveiled on May 2, 2011 by Dr K Radhakrishnan, Chairman, ISRO.[2]

. TFlops with a maximum theoretical speed of 220 [1]

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