Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Tuesday, June 28, 2022

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AMD Etches “Warsaw” Opterons For Financial Services Friends

AMD is taking a trip down the Opteron 6300 lane one last time with the launch of the "Warsaw" variants of its high-end server processors. The company has been ...Full Article

On-Chip Networking May Survive Calxeda Shutdown

Just after EnterpriseTech went on hiatus for the holiday, ARM server chip pioneer Calxeda closed its doors. This was something of a shock to those who have been championing ...Full Article

ARM CEO Simon Segars Eyes IoT

A new network infrastructure is the reality of the future thanks to the proliferation of mobile devices and the coming rise of the Internet of Things, said ARM CEO ...Full Article

AMD Gearing Up for ARM-SeaMicro Assault in 2014

Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices confirmed this week that it is on track to get its first samples of its "Seattle" ARM processor back from its foundry partner in ...Full Article

NVIDIA’s Contribution to Green Computing

Heterogenous computing continues to gain momentum. In terms of pure performance and performance per watt, accelerator-based systems are on the rise. NVIDIA's Sumit Gupta offers some perspective on the GPU's ...Full Article

Energy-efficient Many-core Is the PRiME Objective

Electronic engineers and computer scientists in the UK are working to develop more reliable and energy-efficient many-core embedded systems as part of a new five-year program, called PriME. Full Article

A Sobering Assessment of the Microserver Chip Market

Analyst David Kanter looks at the emergence of microservers and how the upcoming ARM chips will figure into that market. If you're an ARM licensee looking to make it ...Full Article

Why Penguin Computing Entered the ARMs Race

Penguin Computing offered a big shot in the ARM-based server platform business on October 17 when it announced the UDX1 system. Based on Calxeda's EnergyCore Server-on-Chip. The announcement also ...Full Article
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