The EUROSERVER consortium has nine partners, who bring complementary expertise across the entire micro-server research and development value chain. The project includes industry leaders in energy-efficient computing IP (ARM), chip and semiconductor integration (STmicroelectronics), and system integration at the board and machine levels (Neat). It also includes a key end user, OnApp, a leading IaaS cloud platform provider primarily for the web-hosting industry. In addition, the consortium brings together leading academic and research partners in the areas of supercomputing (BSC), semiconductor integration (CEA), hardware-software integration (FORTH), architecture (Chalmers) and energy-efficient software for distributed and embedded applications (TU Dresden).
Data-centres form the central brains and store for the Information Society and are a key resource for innovation and leadership. The key challenge has recently moved from just delivering the required performance, to include consuming reduced energy and lowering cost of ownership. Together, these create an inflection point that provides a big opportunity for Europe, which holds a leading position in energy efficient computing and market prominent positions in embedded systems.
EUROSERVER is an ambitious and holistic project aimed to arm Europe with leading technology for conquering the new markets of cloud computing:
1. Capitalise on the European strength in embedded and low power computing to provide an innovative combined architecture-and-technology integration platform that enables the reuse of highly-integrated, high-performance, energy-efficient component subsystems in a micro-server solution suitable across both cloud data-centres and embedded application workload.
2. Perform a combined architecture-technology exploration that creates the hardware and the software for micro-server based computing in support of cloud-based and embedded applications.
3. Evidence this architecture in a data-centre grade low-power physical micro-server prototype solution utilizing advanced ARM IP, industry leading FD-SOI fabrication technology, and state of the art 2.5D device integration technologies and prove the advantages of these European technologies as the enabler of next generation,low-cost, power-efficient, high-density compute.
The EUROSERVER consortium brings together world-class leaders in their own fields and creates the critical-mass required to deliver "More than Moore" solutions. A unique differentiator of EUROSERVER is its broad access to the required industrial technologies and specialised academic support. The potential impact of EUROSERVER is therefore very high to competitively accelerate and improve the delivery of energy-efficient computing worldwide.
EUROSERVER will design and prototype technology, architecture, and systems software for the next generation of "Micro-Servers" to be used in building datacenters.
We will progress on the current state of the art in the following domains:
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Partners have attended the Date 2016 conference in Dresden (14-16 March 2016). EUROSERVER will share a stand with EXANEST, EXANODE, EuroLa...View more
EUROSERVER consortium will present the last project results during HIPEAC 2016 (poster presentation).About HIPEAC 2016 https://www.hipeac.net/2016/pra...View more
Presentation about EUROSERVER during the IEEE Micro Conference.
EUROSERVER project works in strong collaboration with the ExaNeSt project (FET-HPC project, 20145-18).Have a look on the ExaNeSt's Website! http:/...View more
Euroserver partners have attended a consortium meeting in Lyon.View more
Paper presentation during the LCN'2015 at Clearwater Beach, Florida (USA).
EUROSERVER and ECOSCALE projects will work in strong collaboration.
More information about ECOSCALE http://www.ecoscale.eu/
EUROSERVER was in Oslo. Watch the project presentation on youtube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1bHihz5glc&feature=youtu.be
EUROSERVER in Berlin in March 2015 (Isabelle from CEA and Paul from BSC presenting the project).View more
The 10th HiPEAC conference took place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands from Monday, January 19 to Wednesday, January 21, 2015. See our poster presentatio...View more
D1.3 First Public Activity Report
D4.2: VIO specification, Implementation of and low-overhead I/O access model, and thin servers for resource virtualisation
D4.3 Kernel-level memory and I/O resource sharing across chiplets
D4.4 User-space applications runtime support specifications
D5.2a Specification of the interposer
D7.1a Exploitation Plan
D7.1 Plan for Using and Disseminating the Knowledge (Preliminary)
D7.2 Initial Press Release
D7.3a Report on Using and Disseminating the knowledge (version I)
D7.4 Report on Using and Disseminating the knowledge (version II)
EUROSERVER POSTER - 2
EUROSERVER POSTER - DATE 2016
EUROSERVER Poster - May 2016
EUROSERVER Press release - Jan-2016
EUROSERVER Scientific publications
EUROSERVER Technical Pictures
NUMA-like architecture for Microservers - NUMA-like architecture for Microservers Iakovos Mavroidis MPSoCʼ14, July 8, Margaux, France