Networking and Parallel Systems Lab

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Left to right: Daniel, Ibrahem, Fadi, Thomas, Michela, Huan, Xiang, Kittisak, Tejaswi

Mission Statement

The Networking and Parallel Systems (NPS) Lab investigates runtime systems and programming models for parallel computer architectures; architectures, algorithms and security issues for networking applications; algorithm acceleration on parallel computer architectures, and hardware-software co-design. We work with various kinds of parallel hardware: multi-core general purpose processors, many-core GPUs, network processors, FPGAs, and HPC clusters. We enjoy working at the intersection between hardware and software.

Lab equipment

The NPS lab is equipped with four HPC servers with high-end Nvidia GPUs (Tesla C2050, C2070, C2075, K20 and K40x) and Intel Phi Coprocessors; eight workstations with 4-core Intel CPUs and low-end Nvidia GPUs (Quadro 2000, GeForce GTX 460 and GTX 480); Nvidia CARMA and Jetson TK1 devices and 1G and 10G NetFPGA boards.

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Sponsors

Our lab is supported by:

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National Science Foundation
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NEC Labs America
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Nvidia Corporation
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