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Intel is bringing subscription and rental services to semiconductors as it explores new business models, but it remains to be seen if buyers warm up to the idea of paying extra to unlock features on a chip. Intel is bringing an "on-demand" feature to its new Xeon CPUs codenamed Sapphire Rapids, which the company launched on Tuesday after long delays. The on-demand feature involves paying a fee to activate... Read more…

2022 Gordon Bell Prize Goes to Plasma Accelerator Research

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The New Scalability

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The Role and Potential of CPUs in Deep Learning

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Deep learning (DL) applications have unique architectural characteristics and efficiency requirements. Hence, the choice of computing system has a profound impa Read more…

Graphcore Promises AI-Speedup with ‘Intelligent Processing Unit’

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Handicapping IBM/OpenPOWER’s Odds for Success

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Processor Diversity on the Rise, Reports Intersect360

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PGI Accelerator Compilers Add OpenACC Support for x86 Multicore CPUs

October 29, 2015

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