Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Thursday, June 30, 2022

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Intel Ups Performance Ante With ‘Haswell’ Xeon E5 Chips

Any company that bought racks of servers within the past six months is probably going to be annoyed this week. The drumbeat of Moore's Law continues apace with the ...Full Article

Server Makers Jockey For “Haswell” Xeon Pole Position

With VMware's VMworld extravaganza winding down, the talk will now shift from virtual servers to physical ones. Everyone expects for Intel to launch its next-generation "Haswell" Xeon E5 processors ...Full Article

Early Haswell Xeon Buyers Push Intel Datacenter Biz

For the past several Xeon E5 processor launch cycles, customers in the cloud and supercomputing spaces get their hands on the chips and put them into production systems well ...Full Article

Xeon Phi To Get 3X Speed Bump, Omni Scale Fabric

Intel is showing off a few more of the feeds and speeds of its forthcoming "Knights Landing" Xeon Phi chips and talking a bit about the future network fabric ...Full Article

Intel Mates FPGA With Future Xeon Server Chip

Intel is taking field programmable gate arrays seriously as a means of accelerating applications and has crafted a hybrid chip that marries an FPGA to a Xeon E5 processor ...Full Article

Fat Xeons Best Accelerated Systems For Option Pricing

Sometimes you can throw hardware at a problem and speed up an application, and other times, if you delve into the software stack and make changes, that works. Sometimes, ...Full Article

Cavium ThunderX ARM Chip Rumbles Into Hyperscale

It is not a coincidence that Cavium, a maker of MIPS processors aimed at networking equipment and other embedded uses chose the Computex 2014 conference in Taipei, Taiwan to ...Full Article

HP’s First Xeon Superdome Aimed At SAP HANA

The first of several systems that will bring technologies from Hewlett-Packard's Superdome Itanium-based machines to big memory ProLiant servers based on Xeon processors is making its debut this week ...Full Article

Intel Software To Guarantee Virtual Machine Performance

Virtual machines do not always behave themselves and Intel wants to change that through a combination of circuitry in its processors and software that it develops in-house and plugs ...Full Article

Why ARM Servers, And Why Now?

It is a pity that smartphones and tablets did not come along earlier and did not need 64-bit processing and memory addressing sooner than they did. Had these consumer ...Full Article
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