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John Russell

Nvidia Unveils Certified Server Program Offering Pre-Built Servers for AI Applications

January 26th, 2021 (0)
Nvidia today launched a certified systems program in which participating vendors can offer Nvidia-certified servers with up to eight A100 GPUs. Separate support contracts directly from Nvidia for the certified systems are also available. Besides the obvious marketing motives, ...

VAST Data: There Will Be No Tears Shed When Tiered Storage is History

December 2nd, 2020 (0)
All-flash storage startup VAST Data is hoping that its vision of universal storage without multiple tiers will become the new normal for enterprises that are struggling to manage growing repositories of valuable and critical business data. Founded in 2016, ...

AMD Reveals $35B Acquisition of Xilinx, Reports Record Q3 Revenue

October 27th, 2020 (0)
AMD this morning reported record quarterly revenue of $2.8 billion and a finalized deal to buy FPGA-maker Xilinx for $35 billion in an all-stock transaction. The acquisition helps AMD keep pace during a time of consolidation in the semiconductor ...

DDN, Tintri Unveil New NVMe Storage Devices

October 21st, 2020 (0)
DDN, a long-time leader in HPC storage, announced two new products today and provided more detail around its strategy for integrating DDN HPC technologies with the enterprise strengths of its recent acquisitions, notably Tintri, Nexenta, and IntelliFlash (from Western ...

Oracle Cloud Tackling More Demanding Workloads with Launch of A100 GPU Instances, Arm Plans, More

September 22nd, 2020 (0)
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) is bolstering its capabilities for customers with the general availability of instances with Nvidia’s newest GPU, the A100, while also unveiling expanded collaborations with Rescale and Altair. The company also announced plans for its first ...

IBM Debuts Power10; Touts New Memory Scheme, Security, and Inferencing

August 18th, 2020 (0)
IBM this week introduced its next generation Power10 microprocessor, a 7nm device manufactured by Samsung. The chip features a new microarchitecture, broad new memory support, PCIe Gen 5 connectivity, hardware enabled security, impressive energy efficiency, and a host of ...

Implement Photonic Tensor Cores for Machine Learning?

August 7th, 2020 (0)
Researchers from George Washington University have reported an approach for building photonic tensor cores that leverages phase change photonic memory to implement a neural network (NN). Their novel architecture, reported online in AIP Applied Physics Review last week, promises ...

Get a Grip: Intel Neuromorphic Chip Used to Give Robotics Arm a Sense of Touch

July 16th, 2020 (0)
Moving neuromorphic technology from the laboratory into practice has proven slow-going. This week, National University of Singapore researchers moved the needle forward demonstrating an event-driven, visual-tactile perception system that uses Intel’s Loihi chip to control a robotic arm combining ...

Feds, Chipmakers Mull Jump-starting U.S. Chip-making Capacity

May 11th, 2020 (0)
The Trump administration is in talks with Intel and TSMC to spur development of new chip factories in the U.S., according to a report in the Wall Street Journal yesterday. Many observers have for years bemoaned the loss of ...

IBM Launches Power Server for AI Inferencing, Data Management

January 28th, 2020 (0)
IBM today launched a Power9-based inference server – the IC922 – that features up to six Nvidia T4 GPUs, PCIe Gen 4 and OpenCAPI connectivity, and can accommodate up to 24 SFF drives in a 2U form factor. Paired ...
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