Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Turning MANGO results into genuine innovation with IDEAS project

Results from MANGO project will be used in the IDEAS project to create a genuine innovation with socio-economic impacts.

Monday, March 18, 2019

Success stories in Croatia

MANGO project in the review of Croatian participation in Horizon 2020: "Success stories in Croatia".

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

MANGO project presented in "Elektronik Praxis"

Read about the MANGO project and the the importance of FPGAs for High Performance Computing.



Software-level runtime management is inherently intertwined with system-wide control of physical parameters, primarily power consumption and temperature. To gain a holistic understanding of such deep interplay, MANGO will explore proactive thermal and power management in order to minimize energy consumption by creating for the first time a link between hardware and software effects, involving all layers modeling in HPC server, rack, and datacenter conception



MANGO architecture will rely on an innovative concept, where general-purpose compute nodes (GN) are finely intertwined with deeply heterogeneous acceleration nodes (HN) ensuring sustainable performance as high as 100 PFLOPS. GNs provide bulk high-performance computing power, also including highend graphics computing acceleration. On the other hand, HNs will be essentially on-node clusters of next-generation manycore chips coupled with deeply customized heterogeneous computing resources.



In addition to mere performance and power efficiency, it is of paramount importance to meet new nonfunctional requirements posed by emerging classes of applications. In particular, a growing number of HPC applications demand some form of time-predictability, or more generally Quality-of-Service (QoS), particularly in those scenarios where correctness depends on both performance and timing requirements and the failure to meet either of them is critical.