The Smallest Cluster    in the World       Tim Lossen
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaguar_(computer)
Jaguar• Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA• 26.520 nodes
Jaguar• Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA• 26.520 nodes - 224.162 cores (AMD Opteron)
Jaguar• Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA• 26.520 nodes - 224.162 cores (AMD Opteron) - 360 TB memory
“A computer cluster is a group oflinked computers, working togetherclosely.”                en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cluster_...
~245.000 active nodes (January 2011)
win.tue.nl/~bdeweger/PS3Lab/
flickr.com/photos/tlossen/3338496926
10 mm
GA144• single chip, 88 pins
GA144• single chip, 88 pins• 18 x 8 = 144 nodes
greenarrays.com
greenarrays.com
GA144• single chip, 88 pins• 18 x 8 = 144 nodes - 20 KB memory
GA144• single chip, 88 pins• 18 x 8 = 144 nodes - 20 KB memory - 96 billion operations / second
GA144• single chip, 88 pins• 18 x 8 = 144 nodes - 20 KB memory - 96 billion operations / second - 14 microwatts to 650 mil...
GA144• single chip, 88 pins• 18 x 8 = 144 nodes - 20 KB memory - 96 billion operations / second - 14 microwatts to 650 mil...
colorforth.com/blog.htm
F18A• 18 bit
F18A• 18 bit• dual stack architecture - 2 x 8 words (circular)
F18A• 18 bit• dual stack architecture - 2 x 8 words (circular)• 64 words RAM
0,5mm greenarrays.com
F18A• 18 bit• dual stack architecture - 2 x 8 words (circular)• 64 words RAM• <2 nanoseconds / operation - no clock!
greenarrays.com
rigaux.org/language-study/diagram.html
rigaux.org/language-study/diagram.html
Charles “Chuck” Moore
Communication• (2 to 4) 18-bit internode links
Communication• (2 to 4) 18-bit internode links• various external I/O options - GPIO, SERDES, SPI ...
Communication• (2 to 4) 18-bit internode links• various external I/O options - GPIO, SERDES, SPI ...• node can suspend on ...
Communication• (2 to 4) 18-bit internode links• various external I/O options - GPIO, SERDES, SPI ...• node can suspend on ...
greenarrays.com/home/documents/pub/AP001-MD5.html
Applications• cryptography
Applications• cryptography• digital signal processing - example: hearing aid
Applications• cryptography• digital signal processing - example: hearing aid• neural networks
Applications• cryptography• digital signal processing - example: hearing aid• neural networks• sensor nodes (“motes”) - en...
Q&A
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The Smallest Cluster in the World

  1. 1. The Smallest Cluster in the World Tim Lossen
  2. 2. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaguar_(computer)
  3. 3. Jaguar• Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA• 26.520 nodes
  4. 4. Jaguar• Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA• 26.520 nodes - 224.162 cores (AMD Opteron)
  5. 5. Jaguar• Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA• 26.520 nodes - 224.162 cores (AMD Opteron) - 360 TB memory
  6. 6. “A computer cluster is a group oflinked computers, working togetherclosely.” en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cluster_(computing)
  7. 7. ~245.000 active nodes (January 2011)
  8. 8. win.tue.nl/~bdeweger/PS3Lab/
  9. 9. flickr.com/photos/tlossen/3338496926
  10. 10. 10 mm
  11. 11. GA144• single chip, 88 pins
  12. 12. GA144• single chip, 88 pins• 18 x 8 = 144 nodes
  13. 13. greenarrays.com
  14. 14. greenarrays.com
  15. 15. GA144• single chip, 88 pins• 18 x 8 = 144 nodes - 20 KB memory
  16. 16. GA144• single chip, 88 pins• 18 x 8 = 144 nodes - 20 KB memory - 96 billion operations / second
  17. 17. GA144• single chip, 88 pins• 18 x 8 = 144 nodes - 20 KB memory - 96 billion operations / second - 14 microwatts to 650 milliwatts
  18. 18. GA144• single chip, 88 pins• 18 x 8 = 144 nodes - 20 KB memory - 96 billion operations / second - 14 microwatts to 650 milliwatts• $20
  19. 19. colorforth.com/blog.htm
  20. 20. F18A• 18 bit
  21. 21. F18A• 18 bit• dual stack architecture - 2 x 8 words (circular)
  22. 22. F18A• 18 bit• dual stack architecture - 2 x 8 words (circular)• 64 words RAM
  23. 23. 0,5mm greenarrays.com
  24. 24. F18A• 18 bit• dual stack architecture - 2 x 8 words (circular)• 64 words RAM• <2 nanoseconds / operation - no clock!
  25. 25. greenarrays.com
  26. 26. rigaux.org/language-study/diagram.html
  27. 27. rigaux.org/language-study/diagram.html
  28. 28. Charles “Chuck” Moore
  29. 29. Communication• (2 to 4) 18-bit internode links
  30. 30. Communication• (2 to 4) 18-bit internode links• various external I/O options - GPIO, SERDES, SPI ...
  31. 31. Communication• (2 to 4) 18-bit internode links• various external I/O options - GPIO, SERDES, SPI ...• node can suspend on read / write - also multiport
  32. 32. Communication• (2 to 4) 18-bit internode links• various external I/O options - GPIO, SERDES, SPI ...• node can suspend on read / write - also multiport• port execution
  33. 33. greenarrays.com/home/documents/pub/AP001-MD5.html
  34. 34. Applications• cryptography
  35. 35. Applications• cryptography• digital signal processing - example: hearing aid
  36. 36. Applications• cryptography• digital signal processing - example: hearing aid• neural networks
  37. 37. Applications• cryptography• digital signal processing - example: hearing aid• neural networks• sensor nodes (“motes”) - energy harvesting!
  38. 38. Q&A

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