AMD and SiPearl Crew Up for Arm-Based mostly Exascale Supercomputers

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SiPearl, a French firm that designs Arm-based processors for supercomputers, on Monday teamed up with AMD to offer a joint providing for exascale supercomputers. Below the phrases of the deal, SiPearl will present its Rhea processors, whereas AMD will supply its Intuition compute GPUs. 

The collaboration between the 2 firms will embody constructing software program that might be suitable with Arm-based Rhea processors, in addition to “assess[ing] the interoperability” of AMD’s ROCm open software program with the SiPearl Rhea CPU. AMD’s ROCm is an open platform close-to-metal software program stack for GPUs. Apparently, SiPearl wish to use it to program its CPUs as properly. Understand that HPC software program for Arm is in its infancy. So maybe making AMD’s ROCm and applications that use it suitable with Rhea is sensible from a time-to-market perspective. 

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