Maxeler to help design self-adaptive computers

Maxeler Technologies today announced it has joined 6 other organizations across Europe in a multi-national research project to develop next-generation self-adaptive computer architectures. The ambitious project, called “SAVE : Self-Adaptive Virtualisation-Aware High-Performance/Low-Energy Heterogeneous System Architectures”, aims to dynamically optimize workloads on heterogeneous system resources such as Maxeler Dataflow Engines.

Funded by the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Program (FP7), the consortium consists of three academic and four industrial partners. SAVE consortium seeks to provide the necessary hardware, software and OS components that will facilitate dynamic exploitation of heterogeneous system computing units for performance and energy optimization.

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