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Atmanirbhar Bharat in Action: Kaynes to Build RUDRA Supercomputers

Kaynes Technology, an Indian electronics manufacturer, has been contracted by CDAC to produce 3,000 RUDRA high-performance computing servers.
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Introduction:

In a significant stride towards indigenous innovation and technological self-reliance, Mysuru-based integrated electronics manufacturer Kaynes Technology has secured a prestigious contract from the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC). The contract entails the manufacturing of 3,000 RUDRA high-performance computing (HPC) servers, designed entirely in India. This development is a crucial milestone in the country’s advancement in advanced computing. It highlights the increasing significance of domestic solutions in critical areas.

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Background:

CDAC, a renowned R&D organization under MeitY, leads in computing advancements for 30+ years. It focuses on indigenous innovation, boosting India’s prowess in supercomputing, embedded systems, and cybersecurity.

Kaynes Technology, an Indian electronics manufacturer, has been contracted by the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) to produce 3,000 RUDRA high-performance computing (HPC) servers.

These servers are crucial for building PARAM RUDRA supercomputing systems, a key initiative under the NSM. This mission aims to boost India’s computational capabilities across various sectors.

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About RUDRA HPC Servers:

PARAM RUDRA supercomputing systems are a key part of India’s National Supercomputing Mission (NSM). These are aimed at developing indigenous high-performance computing (HPC) capabilities .

Developed by C-DAC: The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is designing and assembling these systems.

Indigenously Made: PARAM RUDRA represents a significant step towards building supercomputers entirely within India, including the servers and software stack.

Rudra Servers: Kaynes Technology is manufacturing 3000 RUDRA servers specifically for building these PARAM RUDRA systems.

Overall, PARAM RUDRA is a major initiative to reduce dependence on foreign technology and establish India as a leader in HPC resources.

Kaynes Technology: A Trusted Partner in Electronics Manufacturing:

Founded in 1988, Kaynes Technology has emerged as a leading player in the field of integrated electronics manufacturing.

With a strong emphasis on innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction, the company has established itself as a preferred partner for both domestic and international clients.

Kaynes’ state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, coupled with its extensive experience and technical expertise, enable it to deliver cutting-edge solutions across a diverse range of industries, including aerospace, defense, automotive, and telecommunications.

By collaborating with CDAC for the production of RUDRA servers, Kaynes Technology reaffirms its commitment to supporting indigenous research and development initiatives while contributing to the nation’s technological advancement.

Benefits: Manufacturing these servers domestically will

  • Reduce dependence on foreign vendors for HPC technology.
  • Provide more competitively priced HPC solutions.
  • Create a domestic ecosystem for HPC development and manufacturing.

The agreement focuses on RUDRA-1 servers, but Kaynes is already prepared to manufacture the next-generation RUDRA-2 servers. This signifies a continued commitment to domestic HPC solutions.

This collaboration between Kaynes Technology and CDAC is a positive step towards Atmanirbhar Bharat (Self-reliant India) in the field of high-performance computing. It paves the way for a stronger domestic HPC ecosystem and advanced computing capabilities for various sectors in India.


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Conclusion:

The contract awarded to Kaynes Technology for the manufacturing of RUDRA HPC servers represents a significant milestone in India’s journey towards technological self-sufficiency and innovation-driven growth.

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3 Comments

  1. By the Time,
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    That’s how INFOSYS works.

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