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The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis

2GRVI Phalanx: A 1332-Core RISC-V RV64I Processor Cluster Array with an HBM2 High Bandwidth Memory System, and an OpenCL-like Programming Model, in a Xilinx VU37P FPGA [WIP Report]


Workshop: 2GRVI Phalanx: A 1332-Core RISC-V RV64I Processor Cluster Array with an HBM2 High Bandwidth Memory System, and an OpenCL-like Programming Model, in a Xilinx VU37P FPGA [WIP Report]

Abstract: 2GRVI (and its predecessor, GRVI) are FPGA-efficient 64b (resp. 32b) RISC-V processing element cores. Phalanx is a parallel processor and accelerator array overlay framework. Groups of PEs and accelerator cores form shared memory compute clusters. Clusters, DRAM, NICs and other I/O controllers communicate by message passing on an FPGA-optimal Hoplite torus soft NoC. This extended abstract summarizes work-in-progress to redesign the 2017 GRVI Phalanx to take advantage of new Xilinx FPGAs with 460 GB/s dual stack HBM2 DRAM-in-package, and to provide a familiar parallel programming experience via an OpenCL-like programming model and tools. The new system is the first kilocore RV64I SoC and the first RISC-V multiprocessor with an HBM2 memory system.






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