News & Insights for the AI Journey|Wednesday, June 26, 2019
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IBM Claims No. 1 Commercial Supercomputer with Total Oil & Gas System

IBM can now boast not only the two most powerful supercomputers in the world, it also has claimed the top spot for a supercomputer used in a commercial setting. ...Full Article

AMD Spotlights HPC Processor, GPU Roadmaps

Advanced Micro Devices continued to play its hot hand at this week’s Computex event in Taipei, Taiwan, highlighting its processor roadmap at the cutting-edge 7-nanometer process node that includes ...Full Article

Net Appliances Emerge to Handle Data Deluge

Network infrastructure has had a hard time keeping up with the data explosion and surging demand for real-time capabilities as everything but the kitchen sink is networked. Incremental progress ...Full Article

Alexa Gets a Filter

Amazon’s ubiquitous voice-controlled Alexa home assistant has been re-trained by researchers using Nvidia GPUs designed for AI training and inference. The overhaul resulted in what company and university researchers ...Full Article

DARPA Upgrades Battlefield Simulations

The demands of training soldiers and pilots, a domain that is gradually incorporating AI-enabled technologies, has heightened the U.S. military’s need for far greater computing power. Hence, the Pentagon’s ...Full Article

At SC18: Nvidia’s Chief Delivers His Vision of HPC Future

For nearly two hours at SC18, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang presented his expansive view of the future of HPC (and computing in general) as only he can do: Animated. ...Full Article

Nvidia, Oracle Expand Cloud GPU Ties for AI, HPC

Oracle is collaborating with Nvidia to bring the GPU leader’s unified AI and HPC platform to the public cloud for accelerating analytics and machine learning workloads. The move makes ...Full Article

Nvidia Platform Pushes GPUs into Machine Learning, High Performance Data Analytics

GPU leader Nvidia, generally associated with deep learning, autonomous vehicles and other higher-end AI-related workloads (and gaming, of course), is mounting an open source end-to-end GPU acceleration platform and ...Full Article

In Challenge to Intel, AMD Eyes Server Upgrades

AMD is zeroing in on datacenter overhauls as a means of chipping away at rival Intel Corp.’s x86 dominance of the enterprise IT infrastructure market. Some market analysts are ...Full Article

Few ML Projects Moving to Production, Survey Finds

The confluence of accelerators like cloud GPUs along with the ability to handle data-rich HPC workloads will help push more machine learning projects into production, concludes a new study ...Full Article
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