Tag: GPU

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‘Nvidia wants to deliver a complete data center portfolio’

‘Nvidia wants to deliver a complete data center portfolio’

Nvidia will be focusing more on the data center solutions and wants to deliver a complete portfolio for that market. This was revealed in a recent interview with Nvidia's CEO Jensen Huang in the Financial Times. The interview in the business newspaper shows that Nvidia wants to become the leadin... Read more

date4 years ago
Intel’s 7nm process node delayed by six months

Intel’s 7nm process node delayed by six months

Intel has announced that the 7nm process node is six months behind on schedule. Even though six months is still manageable, this means the first PC processors using the 7nm node are expected to arrive at the end of 2022 or perhaps even early 2023. The first data center processor with 7nm technol... Read more

date4 years ago
Nvidia’s latest A100 GPU debuts on Google Cloud

Nvidia’s latest A100 GPU debuts on Google Cloud

The Nvidia A100 Tensor Core GPU is now available in alpha as part of the new Accelerator-Optimized VM (A2) instance series on Google Cloud. The company claims that the new chip, built using Nvidia's new Ampere architecture, is the most powerful GPU the company has ever produced. Designed primari... Read more

date4 years ago
Google gives Dataproc GPUs and automation options

Google gives Dataproc GPUs and automation options

Google has recently updated its cloud service Dataproc with new features. Dataproc users can use GPUs and various automated features with the new update. The tech giant indicates that the new features will mainly boost machine learning projects and will facilitate the daily maintenance of these ... Read more

date4 years ago
Nividia launches AI workloads for VMware Cloud on AWS

Nividia launches AI workloads for VMware Cloud on AWS

Nividia will bring AI and machine learning to the cloud. More specifically, "accelerated GPU services" are offered for VMware Cloud on AWS. According to SiliconAngle, the new service makes it possible to migrate existing vSphere applications to Vmware Cloud on AWS. After this migration, it will b... Read more

date5 years ago
Intel launches 10 nanometers of Ice Lacquer processors

Intel launches 10 nanometers of Ice Lacquer processors

Intel has launched the first eleven 10 nanometer Ice Lacquer CPUs. Intel has been working on the chip architecture for years, which had to contend with considerable delays. The new CPUs are capable of executing 18 percent more instructions per clock cycle than previous generations of processors, ... Read more

date5 years ago
AWS introduces EC2 instances with Nvidia Tesla T4 chips

AWS introduces EC2 instances with Nvidia Tesla T4 chips

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has introduced EC2 instances with Tesla T4 GPUs from Nvidia, reports Venturebeat. The instances will be available to users in G4 instances in the coming week. T4 will also be available through the Amazon Elastic Container service for Kubernetes. The new instance will get Nv... Read more

date5 years ago
AMD and Nvidia struggle with declining demand for GPUs

AMD and Nvidia struggle with declining demand for GPUs

AMD and Nvidia are still struggling with declining demand for their GPUs. At the beginning of 2018, the companies produced an extra large number of GPUs in order to be able to respond to the increased popularity of cryptic currency. The collapse of this market is now creating a surplus, making it mo... Read more

date5 years ago
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