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IDT, NVIDIA and Orange Silicon Valley Accelerate Supercomputing

The collaboration has created a platform that can analyze 4G to 5G networks in real time.

Integrated Device Technology (IDT), has partnered with NVIDIA and Orange Silicon Valley to create a supercomputing platform that can analyze 4G to 5G base station bandwidth in real time. This, the organization states, enables users to monitor data of communication systems.

Titled Supercomputing at the Edge, the platform uses IDT’s 20 Gbps interconnect technology with a low-latency cluster of NVIDIA Tegra K1 mobile processors. It can support up to 12 teraflops per IU RapidIO server blade and 192 fully programmable CUDA cores.

“By taking mobile low-power GPU technology and connecting it with 100 ns latency RapidIO interconnect, this modular cluster can be deployed to distribute high-performance compute functionality to the edge of the wireless network, where it is most geographically sensitive,” said Jag Bolaria of the Linley Group, a consulting and analysis firm. “The innovation paves the path for co-locating real-time deployable analytics in the approximately 2 million base stations deployed annually in wireless networks.”

For more information, visit Integrated Device Technology.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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