Welcome to the 30th iteration of the IEEE Hot Interconnects symposium. HotI30 will be held virtually.
IEEE Hot Interconnects is the premier international forum for researchers and developers of state-of-the-art hardware and software architectures and implementations for interconnection networks of all scales, ranging from multi-core on-chip interconnects to those within systems clusters, and data centers. Leaders in industry and academia attend the conference to interact with individuals at the forefront of this field.
Our objective is to address the data center networking and the supercomputing communities. We hope you can join us and benefit not only from the content but also from the prime networking opportunities this event always offers.
Nearly all the emerging, high-value applications, especially those residing on the edge, use accelerators rather than CPUs for their essential functions. Moreover, in a cluster of any size, including at the edge, multiple accelerators are employed to meet the dynamic demands of such applications. These accelerators can be of the same type, as a pool, or of different types. But as with the case of CPUs, the performance of the system is almost always limited by the I/O or interconnect. Therefore, we want to explore how the interconnections of accelerators not only avoid being the bottleneck but more importantly make it possible for the accelerators to work in concert to enable new applications and revolutionize the architecture of computing. This panel will explore the most innovative approaches to accelerator interconnects to take fullest advantage of the capability of these amazing accelerators.
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