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Satyam's 'Futurus' gives computing solutions

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Mumbai, Apr 26: Indian IT major Satyam Computer's grid computing technology solution 'Futurus' would be deployed at the Center for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) to render support to the Resource Centre for Cyber Forensics (RCCF) at CDAC in Trivandrum.

Futurus grid computing technology fits as a low-cost feasible solution to RCCF's demand for a solution to reduce the time to crack the encrypted files and sensitive data to protect cyber crime. This technology offers excellent throughput, high-computing speed and an extremely efficient platform required in simulation and security research, a company release said to BSE today.

''Satyam invested in Futurus to develop futuristic, business-case driven solutions for clients. We are delighted to deliver such a solution to CDAC,'' said Company's Consulting and Enterprise Solutions director G B Prabhat.

The Company implemented the Grid Computing solution at RCCF by building the Grid infrastructure, developing and demonstrating a prototype application in Futurus, and training RCCF personnel. The Company's Grid enabled prototype in the area of forensics was 40 times faster than the existing application which ran on stand alone server, the release added.

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