Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Friday, September 30, 2022

GlobalFoundries Drops 7nm Development Program

Under the new leadership of CEO Tom Caulfield, custom semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries has announced the seemingly sudden decision to drop its 7nm FinFET development program and restructure its R&D ...Full Article

The Adaptive FPGA Platform that Might Carry AI – and Everything Else – Forward

Change is a constant, the pace of change accelerates, adapt to change or wither.... Right, sorry, these are givens. But still, these days, it bears repeating because creative destruction ...Full Article

IBM Talks Power’s Future at Hot Chips

With processor, memory and networking technologies all racing to fill in for an ailing Moore’s law, the era of the heterogeneous datacenter is well underway, and IBM is positioning ...Full Article

Startup Focuses on Updating IoT Devices

As consumer angst grows over Internet of Things security and performance, IoT startups are surfacing with schemes for safeguarding IoT devices from evolving attacks while fixing a rash of ...Full Article

Dell EMC’s New Servers for Transition to the ‘Disaggregated,’ Software-Defined Data Center

 Dell EMC today launched a new high-performance server line, the PowerEdge MX, that the company said sits squarely in the middle of traditional and next-generation AI-oriented workloads, supporting both ...Full Article

Nvidia’s Turing Architecture for Real-Time Ray Tracing

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang this week unveiled Turing, the company’s next-gen GPU platform that introduces new RT Cores to accelerate ray tracing and new Tensor Cores for AI inferencing. ...Full Article

Spectre, Meltdown Redux: Intel Chips Found Vulnerable to More Malware

A published report states that Intel chips are vulnerable to three new malware attacks with the ability to steal passwords, personal information, financial data and encryption keys. Intel has ...Full Article

Intel Reveals Next Gen Xeon Processors, Optane Persistent Memory

For all its power, success, profits and influence, life at Intel is a permanent struggle. Chide if you will Andy Grove’s faith in paranoia as an organizing corporate principle, ...Full Article

Rigetti Eyes Scaling with 128-Qubit Architecture

Rigetti Computing plans to build a 128-qubit quantum computer based on an equivalent quantum processor that leverages emerging hybrid computing algorithms used to test programs and potential applications. Founded ...Full Article

Ubiquitous Nvidia Powers Dell EMC AI Stack

Wherever there’s AI, Nvidia’s there. Wherever there’s a car trying to drive itself, Nvidia’s there. Wherever there’s a robot stacking boxes coming off a warehouse conveyer belt, Nvidia’s there. ...Full Article
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