Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Thursday, December 8, 2022

Hot Chips

Software’s Role in System Design Resurrected at Hot Chips

The software market will be close to three times larger than the hardware market in 2026, and that fact wasn't lost on Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger at the Hot ...Full Article

Groq Designs Chip that Hands Over Controls to Software

Groq has deconstructed the conventional CPU, and designed its chip in which software takes over control of the chip. The Groq Tensor Streaming Processor Architecture follows a growing trend ...Full Article

Chinese Startup Biren Details BR100 GPU

Amid the high-performance GPU turf tussle between AMD and Nvidia (and soon, Intel), a new, China-based player is emerging: Biren Technology, founded in 2019 and headquartered in Shanghai. At Hot ...Full Article

Tesla Expands Its GPU-Powered AI Supercomputer – Is Dojo Next?

Tesla has revealed that its biggest in-house AI supercomputer – which we wrote about last year – now has a total of 7,360 A100 GPUs, a nearly 28 percent uplift ...Full Article

Esperanto Now Testing Its Fledgling 1,092-Core RISC-V ET-SoC-1 Chips

Back in December, Esperanto Technologies made waves when it announced ET-SoC-1, a new RISC-V-based chip aimed at machine learning that packed nearly 1,100 cores onto a package small enough ...Full Article

IBM Debuts Power10; Touts New Memory Scheme, Security, and Inferencing

IBM this week introduced its next generation Power10 microprocessor, a 7nm device manufactured by Samsung. The chip features a new microarchitecture, broad new memory support, PCIe Gen 5 connectivity, ...Full Article
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