Floating-point performance of ARM cores and their efficiency in classical molecular dynamics
Supercomputing of the exascale era is going to be inevitably limited by power efficiency. Nowadays different possible variants of CPU architectures are considered. Recently the development of ARM processors has come to the point when their floating point performance can be seriously considered for a range of scientic applications. In this work we present the analysis of the flooating point performance of the latest ARM cores and their efficiency for the algorithms of classical molecular dynamics.