Wednesday, February 25, 2015

IDT, NVIDIA and Orange Silicon Valley Develop

Integrated Device Technology (IDT), NVIDIA and Orange Silicon Valley are developing a supercomputing platform that uses clusters of low-power NVIDIA Tegra K1 mobile processors with IDT’s RapidIO interconnect and timing technology to analyze 4G to 5G base station bandwidth data in real time.

Specifically, the Supercomputing at the Edge platform uses IDT’s 20 Gbps interconnect technology to connect a low-latency cluster of NVIDIA Tegra K1 mobile processors. It’s suitable for micro base station deployment along with larger computing clusters in the C-RAN, a new cellular network architecture. Each computing card is based on connecting up to 4 GPU units per processing card connected with RapidIO low-latency NIC and switching products on board.  The companies said the platform can support up to 12 teraflops per IU RapidIO server blade.

http://www.idt.com/about/press-room/idt-nvidia-and-orange-silicon-valley-drive-supercomputing-edge-wireless-network-real-time-analysis-a

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