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Intel Takes The SYCL To Nvidia’s CUDA With Migration Tool

After years of false starts and delays with various products, we are finally at a point where Intel will truly start to test the breadth of its heterogenous computing strategy, thanks to the release of new Gaudi2 machine learning chips from Intel and the upcoming launch of its much-anticipated “Ponte Vecchio” GPU that will power Argonne National Laboratory’s “Aurora” exascale supercomputer.

Intel Takes The SYCL To Nvidia’s CUDA With Migration Tool was written by Dylan Martin at The Next Platform.

How Much Of A Premium Will Nvidia Charge For Hopper GPUs?

There is increasing competition coming at Nvidia in the AI training and inference market, and at the same time, researchers at Google, Cerebras, and SambaNova are showing off the benefits of porting sections of traditional HPC simulation and modeling code to their matrix math engines.

How Much Of A Premium Will Nvidia Charge For Hopper GPUs? was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

Lawrence Livermore Kicks In Funds Foster Omni-Path Networking

Decades before there were hyperscalers and cloud builders started creating their own variants of compute, storage, and networking for their massive distributed systems, the major HPC centers of the world fostered innovative technologies that may have otherwise died on the vine and never been propagated in the market at large.

Lawrence Livermore Kicks In Funds Foster Omni-Path Networking was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

Intel Adjusts, However Slowly, To New Realities In The Datacenter

While chip designer and maker Intel has a new strategy and a new executive team to implement it, it is going to take a long time for changes made last year and this year to be felt and for product and process roadmap changes to put the company into a better competitive situation.

Intel Adjusts, However Slowly, To New Realities In The Datacenter was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

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