Explorations of the Viability of ARM and Xeon Phi for Physics Processing

David Abdurachmanov, Kapil Arya, Josh Bendavid, Tommaso Boccali, Gene Cooperman, Andrea Dotti, Peter Elmer, Giulio Eulisse, Francesco Giacomini, Christopher D. Jones, Matteo Manzali, Shahzad Muzaffar
Digital Science and Computing Center, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Vilnius University, Vilnius, Lithuania
arXiv:1311.1001 [physics.comp-ph], (5 Nov 2013)


   author={Abdurachmanov}, D. and {Arya}, K. and {Bendavid}, J. and {Boccali}, T. and {Cooperman}, G. and {Dotti}, A. and {Elmer}, P. and {Eulisse}, G. and {Giacomini}, F. and {Jones}, C.~D. and {Manzali}, M. and {Muzaffar}, S.},

   title={"{Explorations of the Viability of ARM and Xeon Phi for Physics Processing}"},

   journal={ArXiv e-prints},




   keywords={Physics – Computational Physics, Computer Science – Distributed, Parallel, and Cluster Computing, High Energy Physics – Experiment},




   adsnote={Provided by the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System}


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We report on our investigations into the viability of the ARM processor and the Intel Xeon Phi co-processor for scientific computing. We describe our experience porting software to these processors and running benchmarks using real physics applications to explore the potential of these processors for production physics processing.
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