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Novel network technologies

Future massively parallel high-performance systems will employ
accelerators in order to implement compute capabilities at the
Exascale and beyond. While today accelerators can be seen as an
attachment to standard processors in commodity-server hardware, next
generation many-core computing devices will act autonomously in highly
scalable interconnect fabrics. This challenges the current multi-level
crossbar-switch technology as it might not deliver the performance and
scalability required then. The Technology Division investigates
alternative technologies providing the capabilities to face these
challenges. Examples are the FPGA-based torus network of QPACE or the
EXTOLL technology (extoll.de) under investigation in the context of
the DEEP project (deep-project.eu).


Contact: Norbert Eicker n.eicker@fz-juelich.de


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