Chris Adeniyi-Jones, ARM Research Cambridge, United Kingdom
Achieving Exascale levels of performance for HPC systems within a sustainable power budget is the widely held goal for many. Improving the efficiency of HPC systems is going to require novel technologies and new ways of using existing technology. ARM is a leading provider of Intellectual Property. Our range of IP products and our partnership business model enables our partners to address many different markets. I will highlight the Mont-Blanc project as an example of a different approach to HPC; what was done and what we learnt. I will also discuss the changes over the past five years and how new products are helping us prepare for the next five years of advances in high-performance computing.