[Beowulf] IBM Sequoia
kilian.cavalotti.work at gmail.com
Wed Feb 4 10:09:47 PST 2009
On Wednesday 04 February 2009 15:08:12 Robert G. Brown wrote:
> Or use slow, slow, slow processors (but a lot of
> The latter isn't a crazy idea, depending on the kind of task this
> faster-that-fastest system is supposed to be faster on. Some sort of
> massively SIMD decomposable problem with minimal nonlocal IPCs where the
> per-processor tasks are modest and nearly independent would get the
> near-linear scaling required to use up 1.6 million cores, and it would
> explain the 1 MB of memory per core. Consider each node as representing
> (say) 10,000 neurons and you've got a 16 billion neuron neural net with
> some sort of semilocal topology. Not bad, actually.
Isn't that the idea behind SGI's Molecule concept?
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