Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Sunday, February 23, 2020
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AI is Boosting Server Sales

Emerging AI workloads are propelling the booming Chinese server market, particularly those hosting programmable co-processors capable of supporting graphics chips used for parallel processing of machine learning tasks. The ...Full Article

Microsoft Azure Adds Graphcore’s IPU

Graphcore, the U.K. AI chip developer, is expanding collaboration with Microsoft to offer its intelligent processing units on the Azure cloud, making Microsoft the first large public cloud vendor ...Full Article

Dell’s AMD-Powered Server Line Targets High-End Jobs

Dell Technologies rolled out redesigned servers this week based on AMD’s latest Epyc processor that are geared toward data-driven workloads running on increasingly popular multi-cloud platforms. Dell, which has ...Full Article

Server Market Contracts, HPE Gains Market Share

The global server market contacted for the first time since 2016 after a year of historic growth, signaling an abundance of IT capacity and economic uncertainty as global trade ...Full Article

AMD, HPE Team to Top Server Benchmarks

Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Advanced Micro Devices are claiming a batch of benchmark performance records for HPE servers equipped with AMD’s latest Epyc processor. The virtualization performance and power ...Full Article

Cloud Spending Grows Despite Unused Capacity

AI and machine learning workloads along with Internet of Things and edge computing initiatives are prompting companies to add workload processing capacity. Still, according to a new survey, that ...Full Article

Servers in Orbit, Datacenters Not Far Behind

The International Space Station shines a little brighter in the night sky thanks to what amounts to an orbiting supercomputer lofted to the outpost last year as part of ...Full Article

Nvidia Unifies AI, HPC Workloads in Datacenters

Nvidia’s latest cloud server platform is intended as a “building block,” in the reference design sense, to support AI training and inference along with HPC workloads such as simulations. ...Full Article

AMD Continues to Nip at Intel’s Heels

Advanced Micro Devices appears to making market share headway at the expense of long-time rival Intel Corp. based on quarterly results released this week. AMD reported quarterly revenue totaling ...Full Article

Chip Market Soared on Memory Demand

Global spending on semiconductors jumped a hefty 17 percent in 2017, driven by demand and corresponding price hikes for memory in datacenters and early industrial deployments of the Internet ...Full Article
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