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China Stretches Another AI Framework To Exascale

The nexus of traditional high performance computing and artificial intelligence is a fact, not a theory, and the exascale-class machinery installed in the United States, Europe, China, and Japan will be a showcase for how these two powerful simulation and analytical prediction techniques can be brought together in many different ways.

China Stretches Another AI Framework To Exascale was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

AMD Makes A Big DPU Move With $1.9 Billion Bid For Pensando

Lisa Su has had the datacenter in her sights since taking over as president and chief executive officer of AMD in 2014, charting a course that would allow the processor to once again become a factor in the global server market after a decade or so in the wilderness following its brief but high-profile breakthrough with its first Opteron processor in 2003.

AMD Makes A Big DPU Move With $1.9 Billion Bid For Pensando was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Revving Up Relational Databases For Scorching Native AI Performance

There may not be as much structured data in the world as there is unstructured data, but one could easily argue that the structured data – mostly purchasing transactions and other kinds of historical data data stored in systems of record – is at least of equal value.

Revving Up Relational Databases For Scorching Native AI Performance was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Luminous Shines A Light On Optical Architecture For Future AI Supercomputer

It is not every day when we hear about a new supercomputer maker with a new architecture, but it is looking like Luminous Computing, a silicon photonics startup that has been pretty secretive about what it was up to, is going to be throwing its homegrown architecture into the ring.

Luminous Shines A Light On Optical Architecture For Future AI Supercomputer was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

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