Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Tuesday, February 18, 2020
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AI-Ready 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Platinum 9200 Processors Demonstrate Leadership Performance
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Built for HPC workloads including AI, the latest processors from Intel® speed the most data-intensive workloads in science and industry Traditional high performance computing (HPC) workloads like simulation and ...Full Article

Fujitsu Builds Big Data Processor on Ceph

Addressing the growing need for speedier processing in big data storage systems that handle everything up to data analytics, Japan’s Fujitsu Laboratories has come up with a technology said ...Full Article

EU Launches Low-Power Chip Effort

The European Union is expanding its efforts to promote energy-efficient computing with funding for hardware research aimed at next-generation high-end processors. "The European Commission wants Europe to avail  ...Full Article

Intel’s FPGAs Target Datacenters, Networking

Targeting cloud computing, datacenters, network infrastructure and Internet of Things sensors, chipmaker Intel Corp. said it is sampling the latest version of it field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). Intel ...Full Article

Eyeing IoT Expansion, SoftBank Buys ARM

Chip intellectual property vendor ARM Ltd. is being acquired by Japanese technology conglomerate SoftBank Group in a bid to provide more of the semiconductor technology underlying future networks of ...Full Article

Cooling from the Inside

To the datacenter professional, keeping equipment cool requires a lot of money and energy, but what if the computer could be cooled from the inside? Full Article

Intel Doubles Down on Microserver Biz

At a media event last week in San Francisco, chipmaker Intel Corp. outlined its datacenter strategy for the next few years. A chunk of the day's talks centered on ...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
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