South Korea seeks to develop a supercomputer Exascale by 2030

The Ministry of Science in Seoul, South Korea, said it will boost its high-performance computing infrastructure to create a super-exascale computing system by 2030, in which the exascale supercomputer can perform nearly quintillion calculations per second, as countries such as China and Japan advanced Already forward in launching such a computer in the next few years.


According to the Indian TOI website, according to the National Strategy for Innovation in Computing, South Korea aims to have the fifth-largest amount of computing power in the world, secure 24 industry-leading computing technologies, and create 10 new service areas by 2030, according to the Ministry of Science and Information and Communication Technology.


The ministry said it first plans to replace the fifth-generation national supercomputer Nurion, which is now 21st in the world, with a sixth-generation mainframe by 2023 and a seventh-generation system by 2028, according to Yonhap News Agency. in sectors including nanotechnology, autonomous driving, and aerospace.


The ministry said it will support research and development activities in four areas including processors and platform solutions to enhance the country's technology prowess in the supercomputing sector.

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