Network Interconnect for Exascale Systems

Discover the RED-SEA project through this video shown at ISC 2022 in June 2022

RED-SEA objectives

Enable the design of a new generation of high performance network interconnect to power the future EU Exascale systems
Explore new innovative solutions: end-to-end network services – from programming models to reliability, security, low latency, and new processors
Develop the ecosystem by developing innovative re-useable libraries and fabrics management solutions 

The RED-SEA blog

By the RED-SEA experts
  • The VEF Traces framework
    A set of tools to reproduce communication traffic of parallel applications in high-performance interconnection network Simulators Authors: Miguel Sánchez de la Rosa (UCLM), Gabriel Gómez López (UCLM), Francisco J. Andújar (UVA), Jesús Escudero Sahuquillo (UCLM), Pedro J. García (UCLM), Francisco J. Alfaro (UCLM), Francisco J. Quiles (UCLM) and Jose L. Sánchez (UCLM). Simulation is a […]

News

  • New blog article on VEF traces
    New blog article by RED-SEA experts! Part of our work to prepare a new-generation network interconnect for the future European Exascale systems consists in evaluating new designs through simulation. We’re […]
  • Congratulations to Torsten Hoefler ETHZ for his Sidney Fernbach award
    Live from SC22: Pr Torsten Hoefler, director of the Scalable Parallel Computing Laboratory (SPCL) at ETH Zurich that is involved in our project, received the 2022 IEEE Computer Society Sidney Fernbach award. […]

Events

  • SEA Minisymposium at CSE23
    26 February-3 March 2023 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – The conference on Computational Science and Engineering […]
  • HiPEAC 2023
    16-18 January 2023 – Toulouse, France – RED-SEA will be at the 2023 edition of […]
  • SC22 Conference
    13-18 November 2022 – Dallas, TX, USA – RED-SEA will be at SC22! Come and […]

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Our partners the other SEA projects

The EuroHPC projects DEEP-SEA, IO-SEA and RED-SEA have joined forces to develop complementary European technologies for future heterogeneous exascale supercomputing architectures.

The SEA projects in the Modular Supercomputing Architecture:

An introduction to the SEA projects and their cooperation:

A summary of the SEA projects and their collaboration