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

FPGA

Intel Buys FPGA Vision Specialist

Chip maker Intel has extended its reach into the FPGA arena with the acquisition of Omnitek, a U.K.-based developer of intellectual property cores used to combine FPGAs with AI ...Full Article

Intel Extends FPGA Ecosystem: Edge, Network, Data Center

The insatiable appetite for higher throughput and lower latency – particularly where edge analytics and AI, network functions, or for a range of data center acceleration needs are concerned ...Full Article

Intel FPGA Accelerator Targets 5G Rollouts

Intel unveiled an FPGA-based programmable acceleration card aimed at 5G wireless service providers handling growing volumes of virtualized workloads. The N3000 acceleration card was rolled out during the first ...Full Article

30,000 Images/Second: Xilinx and AMD Claim AI Inferencing Record

On the heels of its dual announcement at the Open Compute Project Summit in Amsterdam this week (see related story), Xilinx yesterday disclosed that AMD and Xilinx have teamed ...Full Article

Inspur Goes for the Golden Hyperscale/AI Ring

Inspur, the no. 3 server vendor in the world (Gartner) is taking aim at the biggest, shiniest golden ring in the entire data center server marketplace: hyperscale and AI ...Full Article

Intel Accelerates FPGAs into Server Mainstream with Dell EMC, Fujitsu

 The rapid emergence of heterogeneous, accelerated computing in the advanced scale computing market took a step forward this week with two significant announcements designed to broaden adoption of lightning-quick ...Full Article

Nallatech Plugs New FPGA Card

Nallatech claims to address price and performance with today's introduction of its 385A production-ready server-qualified FPGA card. The 385A, which is available now, is a half-height, half-length PCIe Gen ...Full Article

Intel Eyes Datacenter, IoT with Altera Deal

Intel is targeting the integration of its processors with FPGAs in the datacenter and for the Internet of Things (IoT) with its $16.7 billion deal announced Monday (June 1) ...Full Article

SRC Enters Commercial Hyperscale Space with Saturn 1 Server

A long-time staple in the world of defense contracting computing, SRC Computers today made its first foray into the commercial space with the introduction of a hyperscale server. Named ...Full Article

New TI SoC Halves System Costs

Texas Instruments is challenging makers of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and targeting high-performance vertical markets with today's release of its Keystone-based 66AK2L06 System-on-Chip (SoC). The solution, which uses the JESD204B interface ...Full Article
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