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Graphcore Thinks It Can Get An AI Piece Of The HPC Exascale Pie

For the last few years, Graphcore has primarily been focused on slinging its IPU chips for training and inference systems of varying sizes, but that is changing now as the six-year-old British chip designer is joining the conversation about the convergence of AI and high-performance computing.

Graphcore Thinks It Can Get An AI Piece Of The HPC Exascale Pie was written by Dylan Martin at The Next Platform.

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.

Ampere’s IPO Filing Signals More Arm Cash And More Arm Scrutiny

There is a likelihood that we could see both British chip designer Arm Holdings and one of its server-focused startup adherents, Ampere Computing, go public this year, as indicated by recent rumors of the first and news from Ampere itself this morning that it has confidentially filed for an initial public offering.

Ampere’s IPO Filing Signals More Arm Cash And More Arm Scrutiny was written by Dylan Martin at The Next Platform.