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How Facebook Might Find Nervana For Machine Learning Training

There is a rumor going around that a certain hyperscaler is going to be augmenting its GPU-based machine learning training and will be adopting Intel’s Nervana Neural Network Processor (NNP) for at least some of its workloads. “How Facebook Might Find Nervana For Machine Learning Training”

How Facebook Might Find Nervana For Machine Learning Training was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at .

Relentless Competition Drives Down Ethernet Switch Costs

If you want to see what real competition might look like at some point in the future of the server racket, look no further than the Ethernet switch market, where switch ASICs and the companies that build switches alike have to fight for every dollar and make it up in volume every year without pause. “Relentless Competition Drives Down Ethernet Switch Costs”

Relentless Competition Drives Down Ethernet Switch Costs was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at .

How To Benefit From Facebook’s New Network Fabric

In the modern distributed computing world, which is getting ever more disaggregated and some might say discombobulated, as every day passes, the architecture of the network in the datacenter is arguably the most important factor in determining if applications will perform well or not. “How To Benefit From Facebook’s New Network Fabric”

How To Benefit From Facebook’s New Network Fabric was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at .

Summit Simulations to Change How we Drive and Explore Space

At the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Tennessee, Professor Joe Oefelein, from the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Georgia Tech, is heading up a team of researchers working to solve the multifaceted grand challenge of simulating turbulent reactive flows in propulsion and power systems.

Summit Simulations to Change How we Drive and Explore Space was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at .

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