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The three EuroHPC projects DEEP-SEA, IO-SEA and RED-SEA started on 1st April 2021 for a duration of three years each. Their goal is to develop complementary European technologies for future heterogeneous exascale supercomputing architectures.


The SEA projects address together some of the most critical aspects concerning the operation and use of an exascale supercomputer: programming environment, data management, and interconnects.


IO-SEA aims to provide a novel data management and storage platform for exascale computing based on hierarchical storage management (HSM) and on-demand provisioning of storage services.

More information: IO-SEA project Website


RED-SEA will build upon the European interconnect BXI (BullSequana eXascale Interconnect), together with standard and mature technology (Ethernet) and previous EU-funded initiatives to provide a competitive and efficient network solution for the exascale era and beyond.

More information: RED-SEA project Website


DEEP-SEA will deliver the programming environment for future European exascale systems.

More information: DEEP project Website


Read more about the collaboration on the joint project website.