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Nvidia Dominates MLPerf Inference, Qualcomm also Shines, Where’s Everybody Else?

April 7th, 2022 (0)
MLCommons today released its latest MLPerf inferencing results, with another strong showing by Nvidia accelerators inside a diverse array of systems. Roughly four years old, MLPerf still struggles to attract wider participation from accelerator suppliers. Nevertheless, overall performance and ...

SambaNova Adds GPT Banking to its Growing Dataflow-as-a-Service Lineup

February 23rd, 2022 (0)
AI chip and systems specialist SambaNova today announced a new offering – SambaNova GPT Banking – intended to simplify and speed deployment of GPT models in the financial services industry. The new service is available now and becomes part ...

Quantum-based Cryptographic Key Service Debuts – Could This Be a Quantum Advantage?

December 7th, 2021 (0)
Quantum Origin, a service to deliver “completely unpredictable cryptographic keys” that are based on random numbers generated by a quantum computer, has been unveiled by the newly-created quantum computing vendor, Quantinuum. The new Quantum Origin service is being described ...

Nvidia Still Dominates Latest MLPerf Results, but Competitors Are Making Some Noise

December 1st, 2021 (0)
MLCommons today released its fifth round of MLPerf training benchmark results and Nvidia GPUs again dominated the rankings, but competitors were not taking those results sitting down. One of the other AI accelerator companies that participated, Graphcore, stood its ...

Nvidia GPUs Stay in Lead In Latest MLPerf Inference Results, but CPUs and Intel Gaining Ground

September 23rd, 2021 (0)
Nvidia again dominated the latest round of MLPerf inference benchmark (v 1.1) results when they were unveiled Sept. 23 (Thursday), sweeping the top spots in the closed data center and edge categories. And in an interesting show of progress, ...

Latest MLPerf Results See Intel, Graphcore, Google Increase Their Presence Behind Nvidia

June 30th, 2021 (0)
While Nvidia again dominated the latest round of MLPerf training benchmark results, the range of participants has expanded. Yes, Google’s forthcoming TPU v4 performed well, but competitors also shined. Intel had broad participation, featuring systems with 3rd Gen Xeons ...

Dell Expanding HPC-On-Demand And Server GPU Options, Debuting Omnia Software at ISC21

June 30th, 2021 (0)
Dell Technologies is expanding its software product line with Omnia, a new software platform built to help enterprises solve their workload deployment and management requirements, while also providing ‘composable infrastructure’ capabilities. The vendor has also announced that it is ...

IBM, Red Hat Integration Continues as IBM Mainstreams Power Systems in Pivot to Cloud

February 23rd, 2021 (0)
As it continues to pivot to the cloud, IBM has unveiled a new Power-based private cloud rack product line that is also porting Red Hat OpenShift capabilities to its Power products. The moves for the Power-microprocessor-based products are part ...

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, ...
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