June 2011 TOP500 Presentation

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Presentation of the 37th TOP500 List by Erich Strohmaier during the opening session of ISC11 in Hamburg, Germany.

Presentation of the 37th TOP500 List by Erich Strohmaier during the opening session of ISC11 in Hamburg, Germany.

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  • (AICS) missing in name of first entryPleiades were #11 last timeSystem configuration: - 672 computer cabinets, 68544 nodes - 1 node consists of 1 CPU - 8 cores/CPU - 6-D Mesh/Torus Interconnect SPARC64 VIIIfx CPU: - 8 cores/CPU - 128 GFlops @ 2GHz
  • Annual versus Moore’s Law1.85 versus 1.59
  • Fujitsu, Dell, and Dawning have 2 each
  • Satoshi just announced 2.4 PF/s system with nVidia FermiOct 2010 HP + nVidia + new features
  • Satoshi just announced 2.4 PF/s system with nVidia FermiOct 2010 HP + nVidia + new features
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  • #50 is ASCI Purple
  • Larger systems are more efficientInnovationin HPC is “top-down”
  • K computer: "K" here draws upon the Japanese word "Kei" for 1016(ten quadrillions), representing the system's performance goal of 10 petaflops. In its original sense, "Kei" expresses a large gateway in Japanese, and it is hoped that the system will be a new gateway to computational science.

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  • 1. Highlights of the 37th TOP500 List
    ISC’11, Hamburg, Germany
  • 2. 37th List: The TOP10
  • 3. Replacement Rate
  • 4. Annual Performance Increase of theTOP500
  • 5. Performance Development
    58.9PFlop/s
    100 Pflop/s
    8.16PFlop/s
    10 Pflop/s
    1 Pflop/s
    40.2TFlop/s
    100 Tflop/s
    SUM
    10 Tflop/s
    N=1
    1 Tflop/s
    1.17 TFlop/s
    100 Gflop/s
    59.7 GFlop/s
    N=500
    10 Gflop/s
    1 Gflop/s
    400 MFlop/s
    100 Mflop/s
  • 6. Projected Performance Development
    1Eflop/s
    100 Pflop/s
    10 Pflop/s
    SUM
    1 Pflop/s
    100 Tflop/s
    N=1
    10 Tflop/s
    1 Tflop/s
    N=500
    100 Gflop/s
    10 Gflop/s
    1 Gflop/s
    100 Mflop/s
  • 7. Performance of Countries
  • 8. Performance of Countries
  • 9. Performance of Countries
  • 10. Performance of Countries
  • 11. Performance of Countries
  • 12. Vendors / System Share
  • 13. Vendors (TOP50) / System Share
  • 14. IBM
    Cray
    HP
    Fujitsu
    SGI
  • 15. IBM
    Cray
    HP
    Fujitsu
    SGI
  • 16. IBM
    Cray
    HP
    Fujitsu
    SGI
  • 17. Countries / System Share
  • 18. Asian Countries
  • 19. European Countries
  • 20.
  • 21. IBM
    Cray
    HP
    Fujitsu
    SGI
  • 22. intel
    Power
    SPARC
    AMD
  • 23. Processors / Systems
  • 24. Processors / Performance
  • 25. Cores per Socket
  • 26. Cores per Socket
  • 27. Accelerators
  • 28. Performance of Accelerators
  • 29. Linpack Efficiency
  • 30. Linpack Efficiency
  • 31. Linpack Efficiency
  • 32. Absolute Power Levels
  • 33. Power Consumption
  • 34. Power Efficiency
  • 35. Most Power Efficient Systems
    [Mflops/Watt]
  • 36. Darker Colors are more Power efficient
  • 37. BlueGene/Q
    Power Efficiency
    Cell
    Kcomputer