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2017 GTC San Jose

S7322 - Persistent Kernel: Real-Time, Low-Latency and High-Performance Computation on Pascal

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Learn how to design real-time, low-latency, and high-throughput systems based on GPUs and using GPU-Direct for efficient data transfer. We'll demonstrate how persistent kernel provides the ability to handle continuous data stream without any intermediary, bypassing the CPU execution, and reduce latency and jitter. We'll also see how this strategy is used on our NVIDIA DGX-1-based demonstrator in the context of Green Flash, an European project that aims to build a prototype for the next-generation real-time controller targeting the European Extremely Large Telescope's adaptive optics instrumentation.


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Intermediate
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Astronomy and Astrophysics HPC and Supercomputing Performance Optimization
Government / National Labs Higher Education / Research
25 minutes
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