Fujitsu today announced the development of the world's first technology to optimize the use of CPUs and GPUs by allocating resources in real time to give priority to processes with high execution efficiency, even when running programs that use GPUs. Fujitsu designed the new technology to address the global shortage of GPUs due to the explosive demand for generative AI, deep learning, and other applications, by optimizing users’ existing computing resources.
Fujitsu has also developed a new technology for parallel processing that switches processing of multiple programs in real time without waiting for the completion of a running program in an HPC system that performs large-scale computations by linking multiple computers. This technology makes it possible to immediately execute the processing of applications that require large-scale computational resources and real-time performance like digital twin and generative AI programs.
Fujitsu will provide the newly developed technology as part of a future computer workload broker, a software initiative currently under development that enables AI to automatically calculate and select the most appropriate resource for a problem that customers want to solve according to their requirements, including computation time, computation accuracy, and cost, and will continue to validate this technology with customers, to realize a platform that can solve societal problems and create innovation to achieve a sustainable future.
Source: JCN Newswire