This week E.T. International, Inc. (ETI) announced significant Graph 500 speed improvements using the company’s SWARM (SWift Adaptive Runtime Machine) system software. Graph 500 execution time was increased by up to 11-fold over MPI, vaulting it into the top two on the current Graph 500 list. The tested system had 256 nodes (Scale 33), delivering 6.9 giga-edges per second (GE/s), and at 128 nodes (Scale 32), 4.2 GE/s.
“ETI has been working with Intel to deliver a runtime system meant for the most advanced many-core systems in the world,” said Rich Collier, COO of ETI. “Our proven experience in software system design for many-core heterogeneous architectures has allowed us to implement Graph 500 with SWARM to demonstrate the enabling power of our programming environment. We are very proud to prove the efficiency and speed of our SWARM technology with these performance numbers for Endeavor, and we look forward to continuing to achieve benchmark performances like these as we bring the system software to the rest of the world’s top supercomputers.”
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