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Programming the Adapteva Ephipany 64-core network-on-chip coprocessor

Varghese, Anish; Edwards, Robert; Mitra, Gaurav; Rendell, Alistair


Energy efficiency is the primary impediment in the path to exascale computing. Consequently, the high-performance computing community is increasingly interested in low-power high-performance embedded systems as building blocks for large-scale high-performance systems. The Adapteva Epiphany architecture integrates low-power RISC cores on a 2D mesh network and promises up to 70 GFLOPS/Watt of theoretical performance. However, with just 32 KB of memory per eCore for storing both data and code,...[Show more]

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Date published: 2017
Type: Journal article
Source: International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications
DOI: 10.1177/1094342015599238


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