Towards Modular Supercomputing

Watch this talk by DEEP projects lead architect Prof. Dr. Norbert Eicker

given at the Intel Community Hub at SC16

Nov 19, 2016, Salt Lake City

DEEP-ER Brochure

The DEEP-ER projects put forward a game-changing approach to future HPC architectures. Learn about conceptual details, first implementations and results here.

The DEEP projects and the Exascale Challenge

Learn about the DEEP projects exascale research and get to know the team behind in this video.

Taming Heterogeneity in HPC

Watch the keynote by DEEP projects lead architect Prof. Dr. Norbert Eicker

given at SAI Computing Conference

July 15, 2016, London

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  • Co-Design

    The backbone of DEEPprojects R&D efforts: our extensive co-design approach. 

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    DEEP-ER developments are relevant for many HPC applications - Learn how.

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    Every technological development in the DEEP projects is tested with the co-design applications.

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Europe towards Exascale

The race towards Exascale is highly competitive. Global research efforts focus on the known challenges: energy efficiency, scalable system software, programming models, interconnect and memory technology as well as resilience. The DEEP projects DEEP, DEEP-ER and DEEP-EST are an innovative European Commission funded response to these challenges. The developments achieved in the first project DEEP in terms of the pioneering hardware architecture (Cluster-Booster approach) as well as the system software (ParaStation Global MPI) and programming model (OmpSs) form the basis for the two follow-up projects. Whereas the DEEP-ER consortium focused on the mentioned challenges of resiliency and I/O, the DEEP-EST project extends the Cluster-Booster concept to a Modular Supercomputing Architecture (MSA). The MSA extends the architecture by a Data Analytics Module and considers topics like energy efficiency, ressource management and scheduling.

 

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