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The Increasing Impatience Of The Speed Of The PCI-Express Roadmap

Richard Solomon has heard the rumblings over the years. As vice president of PCI-SIG, the organization that controls the development of the PCI-Express specification, he has listened to questions about how long it takes the group to bring the latest spec to the industry.

The Increasing Impatience Of The Speed Of The PCI-Express Roadmap was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Cisco Pushes Nvidia Enterprise AI, But Has Its Own Network Agenda

In those heady months following OpenAI’s launch of ChatGPT in November 2022, much of the IT industry’s focus was on huge and expensive cloud infrastructures running on powerful GPU clusters to train the large language models that underpin the chatbots and other generative AI workloads.

Cisco Pushes Nvidia Enterprise AI, But Has Its Own Network Agenda was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Power Efficiency, Customization Will Drive Arm’s Role In AI

More than a decade ago, executives at Arm Ltd saw the energy costs in datacenters soaring and sensed an opportunity to extend the low-power architecture of its eponymous systems-on-a-chip that has dominated the mobile phone markets from the get-go and took over the embedded device market from PowerPC into enterprise servers.

Power Efficiency, Customization Will Drive Arm’s Role In AI was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

AWS Hedges Its Bets With Nvidia GPUs And Homegrown AI Chips

There was a time – and it doesn’t seem like that long ago – that the datacenter chip market was a big-money but relatively simple landscape, with CPUs from Intel and AMD and Arm looking to muscle its way in and GPUs mostly from Nvidia with some from AMD and Intel looking to muscle its way in.

AWS Hedges Its Bets With Nvidia GPUs And Homegrown AI Chips was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Kubernetes Clusters Have Massive Overprovisioning Of Compute And Memory

In the ten years since Google released Kubernetes to the open source community, it has become the dominant platform for orchestrating and managing software containers and microservices, along the way muscling out competitors like Docker Swarm and Mesosphere.

Kubernetes Clusters Have Massive Overprovisioning Of Compute And Memory was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

You Can Build GenAI From Scratch, Or Go Straight To SaaS

The vibe around generative AI is still one of a land rush since OpenAI unleased ChatGPT into the public sphere in late November 2022, with investors dishing out millions of dollars, vendors big and small pumping out products and services, and organizations trying to integrate them into their back-office and user-facing operations.

You Can Build GenAI From Scratch, Or Go Straight To SaaS was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Google Gives A Peek At What A Quantum Computer Can Do

Four years ago, Google engineers boasted of achieving “quantum supremacy” following experiments that showed its 53-qubit Sycamore quantum system solving problems that classical supercomputers either can’t or take a very long time to accomplish.

The post Google Gives A Peek At What A Quantum Computer Can Do first appeared on The Next Platform.

Google Gives A Peek At What A Quantum Computer Can Do was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

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