Intel’s Server and PC Chip Development Will Blur After 2025

January 15, 2024

Intel's dealing with much more than chip rivals breathing down its neck; it is simultaneously integrating a bevy of new technologies such as chiplets, artificia Read more…

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AMD’s Horsepower-packed MI300X GPU Beats Nvidia’s Upcoming H200

December 7, 2023

AMD and Nvidia are locked in an AI performance battle – much like the gaming GPU performance clash the companies have waged for decades. AMD has claimed it Read more…

ARM Opens Door to Make Custom Chips for HPC, AI

October 19, 2023

It is safe to say that ARM isn't a scrappy startup that was once the pride of the UK.  The US-based IPO made the chip designer a big-game chip player, and the Read more…

How AMD Used Its Chiplet Advantage to Design MI300X GPU and Bergamo CPU

June 14, 2023

Swap out a few silicon parts, and voila, you have a spanking new chip that did not take much work to design. That is how AMD's CEO, Lisa Su described the company making of its new MI300X GPU and its 128-core Epyc chip code-named Bergamo, which is targeted at dense server chips. Read more…

For the First Time, UCIe Shares Bandwidth Speeds Between Chiplets

June 7, 2023

The first numbers of the available bandwidth between chiplets is out – UCIe is estimating that chiplet packages could squeeze out communication speeds of 630Gbps, or 0.63Tbps, in a very tight area. That number was shared by the Universal Chiplet Interconnect Express consortium last month... Read more…

Optical I/O Technology Needed for Zettascale, Say Top Chipmakers

March 16, 2023

Optical I/O is being singled out by top companies to push computing beyond exascale and into zettascale. The technology was singled out in a recent speech by AM Read more…

A Zettascale Computer Today Would Need 21 Nuclear Power Plants

February 21, 2023

If a zettascale computer were assembled using today's supercomputing technologies, it would consume about 21 gigawatts, or equivalent to the energy produced by 21 nuclear power plants. The math was presented in a keynote speech by AMD CEO Lisa Su at the ISSCC trade show being held in San Francisco held this week. A zettaflop supercomputer would have the computing capability... Read more…

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Semiconductor Companies Create Building Block for Chiplet Design

January 24, 2023

Intel's CEO Pat Gelsinger last week made a grand proclamation that chips will be for the next few decades what oil and gas was to the world over the last 50 years. While that remains to be seen, two technology associations are joining hands to develop building blocks to stabilize the development of future chip designs. The goal of the standard is to set the stage for a thriving marketplace that fuels... Read more…

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