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SX-Aurora TSUBASA

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SX Aurora TSUBASA (Vector Engine)

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NEC Steps up with SX-Aurora Vector Engine for HPC

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Optimizations for the Himeno Benchmark on Vector Computing System SX-Aurora TSUBASA

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The NEC SX-Aurora TSUBASA is a vector processor of the NEC SX architecture family. Unlike the previous SX supercomputers, the SX-Aurora TSUBASA is provided as a PCIe card, termed by NEC as a "Vector Engine" (VE). Eight VE cards can be inserted into a vector host (VH) which is typically a x86-64 server running the Linux operating system. The product has been announced in a press release on October 25 2017 and NEC has started selling it in February 2018. The product succeeds the SX-ACE.
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