That machine is currently Sequoia, an IBM-built supercomputer residing at the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory that has demonstrated 16.32-petaflop speeds. A petaflop represents a thousand trillion floating point operations per second.
Jumping to the exaflop scale in just five years would truly be a leap forward for India. It's current highest-ranking machine on the global TOP500 is in the 58th position
Although India's Computer ministry is backing the formal proposal there has not been funding and approval for the central government.
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