India’s AI supercomputer, Airawat PSAI, housed at C-DAC in Pune, achieved a remarkable global ranking of 75th on the prestigious Top 500 Global Supercomputing List at the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC 2023) in Germany. This accomplishment signifies a major milestone for India’s technological advancements.
Developed by Netweb Technologies and deployed in 2023, Airawat PSAI is India’s largest and fastest AI supercomputing system, boasting a remarkable speed of 13,170 teraflops (Rpeak), a significant leap forward in computational power. Netweb Technologies, bound for an IPO, specializes in designing, manufacturing, and deploying High-Performance Computing (HPC) solutions for supercomputing systems, including Airawat and others under India’s National Supercomputing Mission.
Netweb Technologies has also developed other notable supercomputing systems like Agastya, PARAM Ambar, PARAM YUVA-II, and Kabru. PARAM YUVA-II, listed in its DRHP, stands out as one of India’s fastest and largest hybrid supercomputers. Additionally, as reported on their website, two of Netweb’s supercomputers have been featured multiple times among the world’s top 500.
Airawat’s cutting-edge architecture and unparalleled computational capabilities have the potential to revolutionize sectors such as weather forecasting, drug discovery, climate modelling, and artificial intelligence research.