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Video: State of ARM-based HPC

In this video, Paul Isaacs from Linaro presents: State of ARM-based HPC. “This talk provides an overview of applications and infrastructure services successfully ported to Aarch64 and benefiting from scale. “With its debut on the TOP500, the 125,000-core Astra supercomputer at New Mexico’s Sandia Labs uses Cavium ThunderX2 chips to mark Arm’s entry into the petascale world. In Japan, the Fujitsu A64FX Arm-based CPU in the pending Fugaku supercomputer has been optimized to achieve high-level, real-world application performance, anticipating up to one hundred times the application execution performance of the K computer.”

Fujitsu & Linaro Collaborate to Accelerate HPC on ARM

“Developing a supercomputer that is many times faster than any of those currently available is clearly a challenging process and involves leveraging Fujitsu’s top hardware and software talent, as well as the help of partner companies such as ARM,” said Naoki Shinjo, SVP, Head of Next Generation Technical Computing Unit, Fujitsu.