Programming the adapteva epiphany 64-core network-on-chip coprocessor
With energy efficiency and power consumption being the primary impediment in the path to exascale systems, low-power high performance embedded systems are of increasing interest. The Parallella System-on-module (SoM) created by Adapteva combines the Epiphany-IV 64-core coprocessor with a host ARM processor housed in a Zynq System-on-chip. The Epiphany integrates low-power RISC cores on a 2D mesh network and promises up to 70 GFLOPS/Watt of processing efficiency. However, with just 32 KB of...[Show more]
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