The High Performance Compute Availability (HPCA) Benchmark project is an effort to create a new metric for ranking HPC and AI system performance and capabilities. HPCA is intended as a complement to existing benchmarks, such as HPCC and HPCG. HPCA is designed to exercise computational, data and network access patterns for measuring the compute availability of the system. The HPCA Benchmark project will give incentive to computer system designers and application developers to invest in capabilities to achieve next levels of performance and better utilization of system compute and network resources.
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- Co-Chair: Steve Poole – Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Co-Chair: Geoffroy Vallee – NVIDIA