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Processing in memory: the tipping point: Why processing in memory is happening now and how to make it widely adopted in HPC

Abstract : The tipping point for adoption of PIM is imminent for three main reasons: • Firstly, PIM avoids the von Neumann bottleneck, a fundamental limitation to the effective use of computing systems for a large range of important data-centric applications. • Secondly, it matches the community's requirement for efficient application acceleration by reducing the amount of expensive data transfers, and demonstrates orders of magnitude improvements in performance and energy. • Thirdly, PIM has reached a high technological readiness confirmed by various industrial prototypes and products. Wide acceptance of PIM, however, depends on our ability to create an ecosystem in which a number of PIM approaches can be designed and evaluated, leading to the selection of potential winners and adoption by system architects and end users.
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Petar Radojković, Paul Carpenter, Pouya Esmaili-Dokht, Rémy Cimadomo, Henri-Pierre Charles, et al.. Processing in memory: the tipping point: Why processing in memory is happening now and how to make it widely adopted in HPC. White paper : Processing in Memory: the Tipping Point, ETP4HPC, 2021, ETP4HPC White papers, ⟨10.5281/zenodo.4767489⟩. ⟨cea-03605071⟩

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