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SCHEDULE: NOV 15-20, 2015

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ExaNoDe: European Exascale Processor and Memory Node Design

SESSION: Emerging Technologies Exhibits

EVENT TYPE: Emerging Technologies

EVENT TAG(S): SoC for HPC

TIME: 9:00AM - 5:30PM

SESSION CHAIR(S): Simon McIntosh-Smith, Sadaf R. Alam

ROOM:14

ABSTRACT:

ExaNoDe is a collaborative European project within the “Horizon 2020 Framework Programme”, that investigates and develop a highly integrated, high-performance, heterogeneous System-on-a-Chip (SoC) aimed towards exascale computing. It is addressing these important challenges through the coordinated application of several innovative solutions recently deployed in HPC: ARM-v8 low-power processors for energy efficiency, 3D interposer integration for compute density and an advanced memory scheme for exabyte level capacities. The ExaNoDe SoC will embed multiple silicon “chiplets”, stacked on an active silicon interposer in order to build an innovative 3D-Integrated-Circuit (3D-IC). A full software stack allowing for multi-node capability will be developed within the project. The project will deliver a reference hardware that will enable the deployment of multiple 3D-IC System-on-Chips and the evaluation, tuning and analysis of HPC mini-apps along with the associated software stack.

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