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Learn how to efficiently share GPUs, NVMe drives, and other IO devices in a PCI Express network using Dolphin Interconnect Solutions' SmartIO. We'll explain how we eliminated restrictions of traditional IO devices, which are statically assigned to a single root complex (host machine) and lack flexible support for features such as hot-add, device migration, and remote access without complex software frameworks. We'll highlight how SmartIO provides a framework that allows PCIe devices and systems to use remote systems to flexibly access devices such as GPUs, NVMe drives, and other IO devices. We will demonstrate how we implemented SmartIO using standard PCIe and non-transparent bridging and show how our system got near-native performance when moving data borrowed GPUs and NVMe drives. We'll also explore how we can dynamically add more GPUs to scale performance.
Learn how to efficiently share GPUs, NVMe drives, and other IO devices in a PCI Express network using Dolphin Interconnect Solutions' SmartIO. We'll explain how we eliminated restrictions of traditional IO devices, which are statically assigned to a single root complex (host machine) and lack flexible support for features such as hot-add, device migration, and remote access without complex software frameworks. We'll highlight how SmartIO provides a framework that allows PCIe devices and systems to use remote systems to flexibly access devices such as GPUs, NVMe drives, and other IO devices. We will demonstrate how we implemented SmartIO using standard PCIe and non-transparent bridging and show how our system got near-native performance when moving data borrowed GPUs and NVMe drives. We'll also explore how we can dynamically add more GPUs to scale performance.  Back
 
Topics:
Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure, HPC and Supercomputing
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2019
Session ID:
S9709
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Learn how GPUs, NVMe drives and other IO devices can be efficiently shared in a PCI Express cluster using SmartIO from Dolphin Interconnect Solutions.Traditionally, IO devices have been statically assigned to a single root complex (host machine), and features such as hot-add, device migration and remote access is not supported in a flexible way without complex software frameworks. Dolphin SmartIO eliminates these restrictions and provide a flexible framework for handling PCIe devices and systems. Devices such as GPUs, NVMe drives and other IO devices can be flexibly accessed from remote systems. We demonstrate how SmartIO is implemented using standard {PCIe} and Non-Transparent Bridging, show that our system gets near native performance when moving data from local GPUs to remote NVMe drives, and how we can dynamically add more GPUs to scale performance.
Learn how GPUs, NVMe drives and other IO devices can be efficiently shared in a PCI Express cluster using SmartIO from Dolphin Interconnect Solutions.Traditionally, IO devices have been statically assigned to a single root complex (host machine), and features such as hot-add, device migration and remote access is not supported in a flexible way without complex software frameworks. Dolphin SmartIO eliminates these restrictions and provide a flexible framework for handling PCIe devices and systems. Devices such as GPUs, NVMe drives and other IO devices can be flexibly accessed from remote systems. We demonstrate how SmartIO is implemented using standard {PCIe} and Non-Transparent Bridging, show that our system gets near native performance when moving data from local GPUs to remote NVMe drives, and how we can dynamically add more GPUs to scale performance.  Back
 
Topics:
Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2018
Session ID:
S8511
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