Microsoft’s ARM-based CPU Cobalt will Support Windows 11 in the Cloud

May 29, 2024

Microsoft's ARM-based CPU, called Cobalt, is now available in the cloud for public consumption. Cobalt is Microsoft's first homegrown CPU, which was first annou Read more…

Nvidia Exec: Secure AI Economies Could Help Everyone Profit

April 2, 2024

An Nvidia executive shared a bold vision of AI economies where individuals and companies can sell their AI assets, such as data, software, or models, without co Read more…

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Google Cloud Waives Cloud Exit Fees, Throws Down Gauntlet to AWS and Azure

January 17, 2024

In a bold move by the number three public cloud company yesterday, Google Cloud announced it will no longer charge customers extra to move their data out of its Read more…

Finding Opportunity in the High-Growth ‘AI Market’

December 6, 2023

 “What’s the size of the AI market?” It’s a totally normal question for anyone to ask me. After all, I’m an analyst, and my company, Intersect360 Research, specializes in scalable, high-performance datacenter segments, such as AI, HPC, and Hyperscale. Read more…

Nvidia Wins SC23, But Gets Socked by Microsoft’s AI Chip

November 16, 2023

Nvidia was invisible with a very small booth and limited floor presence, but thanks to its sheer AI dominance, it was a winner at the Supercomputing 2023. Nv Read more…

Top500: Aurora Is in the House, But It Is Still Frontier’s Party

November 13, 2023

The fall 2023 TOP500 list is out and Frontier retains its top spot and is still the only exascale machine. However, five new or upgraded systems have shaken up Read more…

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Nvidia Launches AI Factories in DGX Cloud Amid the GPU Squeeze

July 25, 2023

Nvidia is now renting out its homegrown AI supercomputers with its newest GPUs in the cloud for those keen to access its hardware and software packages.  Th Read more…

Q&A with Microsoft’s Nidhi Chappell, an HPCwire Person to Watch in 2023

April 15, 2023

HPCwire presents our interview with Nidhi Chappell, General Manager of Azure HPC, AI, SAP, and Confidential Computing at Microsoft. As an HPCwire 2023 Person to Watch, Chappell shares her insights on the evolving HPC cloud market and key trends, including sustainability. She also discusses her role and responsibilities at Azure, and... Read more…

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