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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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KALRAY TURBOCARD2 Scalable Accelerator: An Efficient Supercomputer Cluster on a Board

SESSION: Hardware and Architecture

EVENT TYPE: Exhibitor Forums

TIME: 11:30AM - 12:00PM


Presenter(s):Benoît Ganne



Kalray, a fabless semiconductor company, has developed an innovative on-chip supercomputer technology that provides more processing performance without increasing power consumption. Kalray's processor, the 256 cores MPPA-256, delivers up to a quarter of a TeraFLOPS and offers one of the top GFLOPS / Watt ratio available on the market today.

At SC14 Kalray will announce the availability of KALRAY TURBOCARD2, which brings 1024 cores on a PCI-e card with unique power efficiency. It also includes up to 32 GB of DDR3 and High throughput Low latency Network on Chip Extension (NoCX) fabric to connect card to card.

The presentation will focus on the architectural aspects of the MPPA processor and the new TURBOCARD2, its software development environment and its ability to scale up and provide high density computing solutions for a wide spectrum of application domains such as video compression, cryptography, finance and oil & gas.

Chair/Presenter Details:

John Cazes (Chair) - University of Texas at Austin

Benoît Ganne - Kalray Corporation

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