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Intel Chip Research Pushes Power Efficiency And Performance

Since Pat Gelsinger’s return to Intel as chief executive officer in early 2021, the company has bet big on bolstering its manufacturing processes and foundry business, expanded its fab footprint in the United States, and advocated for expanding the country’s chip making capabilities.

Intel Chip Research Pushes Power Efficiency And Performance was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Talking Datacenter Computing With The CEOs Of AMD And Supermicro

Sponsored Feature: With every server CPU launch, component and system maker Supermicro always wants to be at the front of the line to offer its channel partners and large direct customer base the opportunity to get systems based on the hottest new technologies.

Talking Datacenter Computing With The CEOs Of AMD And Supermicro was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

US and EU Pushing Ahead With Exascale, China Efforts Remains Shrouded

The HPC industry, after years of discussions and anticipation and some relatively minor delays, is now fully in the era of exascale computing, with the United States earlier this year standing up Frontier, its first such supercomputer, and plans for two more next year.

US and EU Pushing Ahead With Exascale, China Efforts Remains Shrouded was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Dell Wants To Put HPC And Quantum Into More Hands

The need for high-powered computing isn’t going away. Enterprises trying to corral the massive amounts of data they’re generating and adopting emerging technologies like machine learning are demanding the sort of HPC capabilities that not too long ago were reserved for research and educational institutions.

Dell Wants To Put HPC And Quantum Into More Hands was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Why AMD “Genoa” Epyc Server CPUs Take The Heavyweight Title

The server CPU racket is not an easy one. It would be tough to find a more difficult business, and it gets harder to compete each year as computing becomes more and more focused at the hyperscalers and cloud builders, who demand the best for the least money.

Why AMD “Genoa” Epyc Server CPUs Take The Heavyweight Title was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

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