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AMD and SiPearl Team Up for Arm-Based Exascale Supercomputers

French company SiPearl, which designs Arm-based processors for supercomputers, said on Monday alliance Together with AMD, we offer joint products for exascale supercomputers. Under the terms of the agreement, SiPearl will provide Rhea processors and AMD will provide Instinct computing GPUs.

The collaboration between the two companies includes building and “evaluating” software compatible with Arm-based Rhea processors.[ing] Interoperability of AMD’s ROCm open software with SiPearl Rhea CPUs”. AMD’s ROCm is an open platform software stack near metal for GPUs. Apparently SiPearl wants to use it to program the CPU. Note that his HPC software for Arm is still in its early stages. Perhaps making AMD’s ROCm and the programs that use it compatible with Rhea makes sense from a time-to-market perspective.

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