Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Intel Advances in DoD’s Chip Packaging Push

Developing new capabilities for integrating complex semiconductor devices such as chiplets into a single package is seen as one way of reviving the U.S. chip manufacturing. Recent funding proposals ...Full Article

Microsoft and Shell Launch Strategic Alliance to Share AI, Carbon Emissions Expertise

Microsoft Corp. has helped the Shell International Petroleum Co. Ltd. integrate the power of AI into a wide range of internal and consumer-facing applications and uses over the last ...Full Article

HPE Secures its Server Supply Chain

A trusted supply chain initiative launched this week by Hewlett-Packard Enterprise addresses growing demand for domestically manufactured and secure servers. HPE announced Thursday (Oct. 1) it has shipped the ...Full Article

AI, Big Data Propelling Chip Design

AI and big data generating those algorithms are transforming chip design in unexpected ways, accelerating fundamental tasks like finding the optimal design tradeoffs between performance and power consumption “Chips ...Full Article

Hailo Adds Acceleration Module to its AI Edge Processor

Hailo, the up-and-coming AI chip startup, released an acceleration module this week that allows its Hailo-8 processor to be plugged into edge devices. The Israeli chipmaker is also targeting ...Full Article

VMware, Server Partners, Rework Hybrid Clouds Around Net Adapters

The shift to hardware accelerators used to boost the performance of AI, machine learning and cloud-native applications is also having the unintended consequence of adding complexity for already overworked ...Full Article

Globalfoundries Sees Pandemic ‘Pulling’ Chip Demand

Globalfoundries, the custom semiconductor manufacturer, announced advancements on several fronts this week, including the latest version of its FDX platform aimed at low-power, edge devices as well as a ...Full Article

DoD’s Early Warning System Targets New Enemy: COVID-19

Artificial intelligence technology has been enlisted in a Defense Department research effort to develop an early warning system for identifying infectious diseases. Recent COVID-19 outbreaks in the confined quarters ...Full Article

AI Developers Adjust to ‘New Normal’

The pandemic has shifted the focus of disrupted enterprise AI and machine learning projects from financial analysis and consumer insight to cost cutting and customer engagement, according to a ...Full Article

MemVerge Wants to Make Big Memory Systems More Accessible

Organizations that need to process large amounts of data in real time will be the big winners of the emerging “big memory” era, says Charles Fan, the CEO and ...Full Article
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