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Low Energy Consumption on Post-Moore Platforms for HPC Research

Abstract : The increase in computational capacities has helped in the exploration , production and research process, this has allowed the use of applications that were infeasible years ago. This increase brings us a new Era (known as Post-Moore Era) and a wide range of promising devices, devices such as Single Board Computers (SBC) or Personal Computers (PC) that achieve performance that a decade ago was only found on a Server. This work presents high performance computing devices with low monetary cost and low energy cost that meet the needs for the development of research in Artificial Intelligent (AI) applications, in-situ data analysis and simulations that can be implemented on a large scale, these devices are compared in different tests, presenting advantages such as its performance per watt consumed, smart form, among others.
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Pablo Rojas, Carlos Jaime Barrios-Hernandez, Luiz Angelo Steffenel. Low Energy Consumption on Post-Moore Platforms for HPC Research. Advanced and High Performance Computing Trends in Latin America Workshop (CARLA), 2020, Cuenca, Ecuador. ⟨hal-02925055⟩



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