AMD and EuroExa: The Backbone of the EU Exascale Supercomputer

09/08/2021 by No Comments

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AMD and Arm Form the Backbone of EuroExa.

A new report by PC Magazine states that Intel is currently the world’s leading PC operating system provider. Despite the huge market share and high profit margins, this report suggests that Intel has not met a large portion of its target.

The article titled “Intel’s Rise and Fall” is a good read for us, but we will show that at the end of the day, it is not the overall growth of the market, which is important, but the dominance of Intel’s own CPUs in the market. This is the first point we want to make in this article and one of the reasons why AMD is not only an amazing competitor to Intel, but it is also the ‘Pioneer of Silicon Valley’ and the ‘Pioneer’ of the CPU industry for a very long time.

In early days, Intel’s main competitors were Motorola, which had the first 64-bit CPU with a 32-bit virtual address space and Microsoft, which was the market leader in 64-bit architecture for a very clear reason. After that, the market had shifted much more to other brands, and as the competition grew more and more fierce and strong, companies started to be more and more reluctant to invest into 64-bit CPU technology because of the high cost.

And in the end, AMD started to be one of the main companies in this industry and thanks to the hard work and talent of AMD and the strong support from Intel, AMD managed to be the leader in this industry and its 64-bit architecture. It is worth mentioning that Intel has never been the first choice for a company, so it’s also worth noting that AMD hasn’t been the first choice for this industry. AMD and Intel had a rivalry for a long time, but it seems AMD was the pioneer.

Umbrella of the EU supercomputer EuroExa Project

EuroExa (EU-funded) is a new, European inter-operability-capable supercomputer (SRC) project. The project focuses on the design and optimisation of an SRC platform which is the basis of the EU Exascale supercomputer (EU-Exascale) being developed through the European Research Infrastructure Network (EuroReNet) – see the first section below.

In this review we outline the design of the EU-Exascale platform and discuss the current capabilities of the SRC at EU-Exascale, as well as the challenges that are expected of the project moving forward. We also discuss how EU-Exascale can contribute to European society through European industry.

The EU-Exascale project is an ambitious SRC, that is not only designed to meet its two objectives, but is also intended to be an inter-operability platform which can effectively contribute to the European Union’s (EU) inter-operability goals.

The EU-Exascale SRC is a scalable and scalable supercomputer for the use of the EU-Exascale project. The SRC will consist of a single node and two redundant nodes connected in a 2×2 arrangement, in order to provide full scale redundancy.

Scaling of a truly heterogeneous computer.

Scaling of a truly heterogeneous computer.

EuroExa: Scaling a Recommended Daughterboard for EU Research and Development

EuroExa: Scaling a Recommended Daughterboard for EU Research and Development


We present our recent results on the performance of the EuroExa proposed daughterboard for EU research and development (EUREXA) framework. We show that this daughterboard allows for a performance gain while sharing the cost of the hardware with researchers performing research and development in EU as well as companies. We further illustrate the benefits of the proposed system on a variety of testbeds and show that the system benefits both the research teams and the companies as they can access a common cloud-based environment for data collection and data analytics. We also show that the daughterboard can also be an option for research and development projects as they can easily combine the system architecture with other hardware systems they use as well as the latest processors and the latest hardware platforms. This could potentially allow research and development labs and companies to efficiently coordinate hardware systems as well as increase the availability of hardware systems for research and development. Furthermore, the daughterboard system allows for a much wider distribution of research tools. Our results show that this combined system is an effective solution for the needs of EU research and development.

EINECS 2018: Computer Hardware. This paper will be published in EINECS 2018 by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). To be taken during the conference please contact the corresponding author.


The research and development (R&D) organizations of various industries, such as aerospace, automotive, health care, and other sectors, usually face a problem when they need to make their software architecture and the application architectures flexible and extensible. For example, for these companies, a company may decide to use a new platform for R&D, and they may also want to be able to use a new platform as well for development. This may require the change of the software architecture or the application architecture.

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