The U. S. Army Research Office (ARO) in partnership with IARPA seeks research and development of innovative, energy-efficient, reliable computer architectures for the DoD and the Intelligence Community (IC) to implement large-scale data-analytic applications, as well as other classes of large problems.
primary focus of this program, Advanced Graphic Intelligence Logical computing Environment (AGILE), is the development of new system-level intelligent mechanisms for processing, moving, accessing, and storing large, unfiltered, time-varying data streams and structures that allow for the scalable and efficient execution of dynamic graph analytic workflows.
The overarching goal for the AGILE program is to create novel computer architectures and designs that overcome the challenges specified below.
The AGILE program will result in the delivery of Detailed Designs, whose performance has undergone rigorous and independent Testing and Evaluation.
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