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CARMA Cluster Pairs ARM with GPUs in HPC Appliance

This week the Italian E4 Computer Engineering group launched the CARMA Cluster, a low-power HPC appliance that pairs an ARM processor with a Nvidia GPU.

We felt an immediate connection with SECO in terms of experimentation and innovation,” said Simone Tinti, HPC Team Leader of E4 Computer Engineering. “The CARMA DEV kit on which our series is based has proved to be one of the most interesting devices to create low power, low-energy high performance appliances which will be welcomed by all HPC users.”

The CARMA appliance was designed for for seismic processing, signal and image processing, video analytics, traffic analysis and many other applications.

See the The E4 CARMA CLUSTER series at the ARM booth #122 at SC12. Read the Full Story.

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