Name: A universal micro-server ecosystem by exceeding the energy and performance scaling boundaries
Link: http://www.uniserver2020.eu/
Funding_Authority: EU-H2020
Coordinator: The Quenn
Start_Date: 01/02/2016
End_Date: 31/01/2019
Duration(months): 36
UCY_Budget: 496,500
Total_Budget: 4,815,810
Principal_Investigator: Sazeides Yiannakis
Co_principal_Investigator: Pedro Trancoso


UniServer is a major 3-year research project funded under the European Community’s Horizon 2020 research programme (grant no. 688540) and was evaluated as one of the best in the call H2020-ICT-2015-04: Custom and low-power computing. The principal aim of the UniServer project is the development of a universal system architecture and software ecosystem for servers targeting cloud data-centres as well as upcoming edge-computing markets. UniServer will realize its goal by greatly improving the energy efficiency, performance and dependability of the current state-of-the-art micro-servers, while enhancing the corresponding system software. This will be achieved by exposing the intrinsic hardware-heterogeneity caused by process variations, to the system-software and enhancing it with new margin/fault-aware runtime and resource management policies. The UniServer technologies will be ported on the world’s first 64-bit ARM based Server-on-Chip and evaluated using smart emerging applications.

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