By: Adrian (email@example.com), June 5, 2019 9:18 pm
Room: Moderated Discussions
The "European Processor Initiative" hopes to deliver in 2021 the first generation of components to be used in a smaller HPC system and in 2022 or 2023 the second generation of those components, to be used for building an Exascale HPC System, competitive with the Exascale systems planned in USA, China & Japan.
The HPC components include a general purpose processor implementing the ARMv8.4-A ISA with the SVE option and a "Scalable Accelerator" implementing the RISC-V ISA, presumably with custom extensions. They are supposed to be implemented in 7 nm and use various up-to-date interfaces, e.g. PCIe 5.0 & HBM memory.
|European ARMv8.4-A HPC CPU||Adrian||2019/06/05 09:18 PM|
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