The RED-SEA blog

A peek at our work by the RED-SEA researchers.

  • Extending ParaStation MPI by BXI Support
    Authors: Simon Pickartz (ParTec), Carsten Clauss (ParTec) The ParaStation MPI communication stack is a central pillar of ParaStation Modulo. This is a comprehensive software suite especially designed for systems following the design principles of the Modular Supercomputing Architecture (MSA). It is the selected middleware powering the DEEP projects but is […]
  • Development of multirail feature in MPC for BXI interconnect
    Authors: Gilles Moreau (CEA), Hugo Taboada (CEA), Marc Pérache (CEA) 1  Introduction Context Nowadays, HPC applications scale to several hundred nodes, and MPI has become the de facto standard for internode communication. It abstracts Point-to-Point (P2P) communication to the application developer while taking advantage of the underlying network. With ever […]
  • A peek at BXI V2 performance
    Editor: Fabien Locussol, Interconnect & Network Product Manager at Atos RED-SEA builds upon the European interconnect BXI (Bull eXascale Interconnect) from Atos. BXI is already in production and featured in Top 500 systems. RED-SEA aims to enhance and extend it to meet the challenges of the Exascale era. This page […]
  • Application-defined, high-performance packet processing with sPIN
    Salvatore Di Girolamo, ETH Zürich Need for network acceleration Datacenter and HPC systems are growing at unprecedented speeds. The Frontier supercomputer has been recently deployed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tenn, making it the first exascale system in the United States. At their core, these systems […]