South African Cluster Competition Team Enjoys Big Texas HPC Adventure

February 26, 2024

Texas A&M University's High-Performance Research Computing (HPRC) hosted an elite South African delegation on February 8 - undergraduate computer science (a Read more…

A Big Memory Nvidia GH200 Next to Your Desk: Closer Than You Think

February 22, 2024

Students of the microprocessor may recall that the original 8086/8088 processors did not have floating point units. The motherboard often had an extra socket fo Read more…

Nvidia’s Dominance in AI Chips Challenged by Big Tech Companies

February 6, 2024

The GenAI boom has exposed just how reliant the big tech companies have become on Nvidia, the leading global manufacturer of high-end graphics processing units Read more…

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Meta’s Zuckerberg Puts Its AI Future in the Hands of 600,000 GPUs

January 25, 2024

In under two minutes, Meta's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, laid out the company's AI plans, which included a plan to build an artificial intelligence system with the eq Read more…

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Intel’s Strategy to Free Server Capacity by Pushing AI Inference to PCs

January 18, 2024

AI is here to stay and is becoming a larger part of the workload processed on servers and PCs. That's why Nvidia is seeing success as a chipmaker, and there is excitement around large language models such as Meta's open-source Llama. An eager audience wants to get a handle on such models... Read more…

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Google Addresses the Mysteries of Its Hypercomputer 

December 28, 2023

When Google launched its Hypercomputer earlier this month (December 2023), the first reaction was, "Say what?" It turns out that the Hypercomputer is Google's t Read more…

Google Introduces ‘Hypercomputer’ to Its AI Infrastructure

December 11, 2023

Google ran out of monikers to describe its new AI system released on December 7. Supercomputer perhaps wasn't an apt description, so it settled on Hypercomputer 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…

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