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Google Cloud accelerates AI development with new TPU and VMs

Google Cloud accelerates AI development with new TPU and VMs

Google Cloud is expanding its TPU and GPU offerings for AI workloads. TPU v5e is available in preview immediately, while A3 GPU VMs will become generally available starting next month. Google Cloud has announced two additions to its offerings for AI infrastructure. AI workloads show huge differ... Read more

date6 months ago
Intel’s recent cancellations: what is happening?

Intel’s recent cancellations: what is happening?

Curious eyes have shifted their focus toward Intel amid the numerous cancellations and withdrawals the company announced in the past month. Among these were the tech giant’s Thunder Bay Hybrid SoC, GPU SKUs intended for data centers, and the Rialto Bridge and Lancaster Sound GPU lines. We reac... Read more

date10 months ago
Acronis integrates Intel TDT technology for greater CPU efficiency

Acronis integrates Intel TDT technology for greater CPU efficiency

Acronis has integrated Intel Threat Detection Technology into several solutions. With this, this security vendor's platform offers better protection against new and more developed forms of malware. According to Acronis, malware is becoming increasingly sophisticated. Consider the rapid rise of s... Read more

date11 months ago
Nvidia boosts GeForce GPUs’ video encoding capabilities

Nvidia boosts GeForce GPUs’ video encoding capabilities

In a move that could significantly boost video encoding capabilities, Nvidia has quietly updated the support page for its GeForce GPUs to allow for the simultaneous encoding of up to five video streams. This is a boost from the previous limit of three video streams that the NVENC encoder in GeForce... Read more

date11 months ago
Intel cancels Rialto Bridge and Lancaster Sound GPUs

Intel cancels Rialto Bridge and Lancaster Sound GPUs

Intel has updated its roadmap for server GPUs. Several lines of server GPUs, such as the Rialto Bridge and the Lancaster Sound, will not be developed further. These GPU lines will be replaced by subsequent, already planned, iterations. This is according to an update from Jeff McVeigh (Corporate ... Read more

date12 months ago
Intel launches next-gen processors for supercomputers

Intel launches next-gen processors for supercomputers

Intel confirmed the release date of its Sapphire Rapids HBM and Ponte Vecchio processors. The high-performance CPUs and GPUs are expected to be available in January 2023. From then on, the processors will be used by supercomputers in the United States and Japan. The Sapphire Rapids HBM series i... Read more

date1 year ago
AMD introduces Radeon RX 7000 series GPUs

AMD introduces Radeon RX 7000 series GPUs

AMD will launch the AMD Radeon RX 7000 series GPUs by the end of this year. The series features RDNA 3 technology that supports smaller chipsets instead of a single chip. Performance improves as a result. The AMD Radeon RX 7000 GPUs consist of two variants: the Radeon RX 7900 XT and the top-of-... Read more

date1 year ago
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