Leading the Way in High Performance Computing
Developing scientific applications for global issues, such as drug discovery, climate forecasts, and grid management, requires diverse, complex, and often urgent exascale workloads. National laboratories such as SiPearl (Europe), ETRI (Republic of Korea) and MEITY/C-DAC (India) have adopted Arm Neoverse V1 for HPC because it delivers the AI performance, energy efficiency, and design flexibility needed to achieve their goals in a sustainable, economic manner.
Nvidia's Grace CPU Superchips are the first Arm Neoverse-based devices designed specifically for HPC, hyperscale and AI workloads, showing what is possible through the tight coupling of Neoverse CPUs as well as high-performance accelerators and memory systems.
Innovations Ignited by Neoverse
Industry leaders share their thoughts and experiences on the advantages of Arm-based technology.
Designed for Performance, Parallelism and Compatibility
Neoverse V1 was designed with two goals in mind: to provide designers with a platform for achieving the impossible while minimizing the time, cost and independent development needed to get there. Features such as Scalable Vector Extension and CMN-700 mesh interconnect, deliver extreme performance while giving designers the flexibility and freedom to experiment. Neoverse V1 designs can be customized, but remain compatible with mainstream OSes, libraries, compilers, middleware and debug and profiling tools.
HPC Use Cases Around the World
These national laboratories are pushing the limits of supercomputing in a quest for scientific discovery.
Arm-based HPC delivers accelerated CFD and crash-simulations with improved performance for more detailed experimentation and increased accuracy.
Electronic Design Automation
From design to simulation and verification to functional safety, Arm-based HPC provides the performance and efficiency needed in the EDA process.
Simulation models can be finetuned and iterated upon quickly thanks to reliable software stacks and ecosystems, including compilers, toolchains and math libraries optimized for Arm Neoverse.
Arm-based HPC helps researchers develop therapies to improve the heath of humans, animals and agriculture.
Arm-based HPC clusters lets universities pursue both computer-science and pure science research.
A Proven Range of Powerful HPC Capabilities
Learn more about Arm’s portfolio of HPC products and solutions and foundational technologies.
Arm DevSummit 2022
Interested in understanding why 48 out of 50 top AWS EC2 customers chose Arm Neoverse-powered Graviton instance? Perhaps it’s our performance gains, cost savings, power efficiency, or world-class security. Or all of the above, and more. See how the experts are developing innovative, scalable solutions faster than ever with frictionless development on Arm.
Efficiency Breakthroughs in HPC to Drive “Production Science,” Global Research
HPC needed economic disruption; computer scientists in the UK obliged.
How Supercomputer Performance, Power Efficiency Can Coexist
Building the world’s fastest supercomputer doesn’t mean breaking the power budget, as engineers at Fujitsu and RIKEN proved.
Technical White Papers
- Arm Scalable Vector Extensions and application to Machine Learning
- A sneak peek into SVE and VLA programming
- Delivering Superior Throughput for EDA Verification Workloads
- NVIDIA Unveils Grace ARM-based CPU for giant-scale AI and HPC apps
- Fujitsu selected to deliver Arm Supercharger for World-class research capabilities in Portugal
- SiPearls teams for 6nm HPC chip
- Nimbix announces first multi-cloud HPC platform with support for Arm
- South Korea Funds First Supercomputing CPU Designed for AI, HPC
- Drilling Down Into the SiPearl European Arm Server Chip
- A case study in vectorizing HACCmk using SVE
- HPC Cloud hackathon summary
- Neoverse V1: A New Approach to HPC
- China’s UCloud expands HPC in the Cloud offerings with Arm Neoverse
- NVIDIA, Ampere Computing Raise Arm 26x in Supercomputing
- Trends to Watch in HPC
- October 18 – 10^18 – Exascale Day, a reason for optimism
- Why Arm’s SVE will bring Vector Computing from HPC to the Edge
- Is the Cloud Ready for HPC Workloads?
- Arm Ecosystem Paving the Way for AI-enabled Supercomputing
- From Cloud to Edge, Arm Artisan Physical IP Tuned for a Trillion Intelligent Devices