Dell Brings GPUs from Intel and Nvidia to New Servers

January 17, 2023

Dell's enterprise computing playbook has diversified in the last year, with new additions like quantum computing and high-performance computing-as-a-service to Read more…

Intel Touts Sustainability Benefits of Sapphire Rapids Processors

January 11, 2023

The slowing of Moore’s law, rising energy costs and increasing climate regulations have led to ever-larger and ever-more-consequential energy footprints for d Read more…

Intel’s Rental Service on Chips Could Face Buyer Backlash

January 11, 2023

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…

Intel Officially Launches Sapphire Rapids and HPC-optimized Max Series

January 10, 2023

After a number of delays, Intel has launched its fourth-generation Intel Xeon Scalable processor, codenamed Sapphire Rapids, the successor to Ice Lake. Manufact Read more…

Intel’s Austerity Measures Catch Up with Accelerator Group

December 21, 2022

Intel's ongoing reorganization has a new victim: the AXG group – which was formed in 2021 – is now mincemeat after it was chopped up on Wednesday. The consumer graphics portion of AXG (Accelerated Computing Systems and Graphics Group) will fold into the client computing group, while the enterprise accelerated computing operations of AXG will move over the data center group. Read more…

Leonardo Supercomputer Approved for ‘LISA’ Upgrade

December 15, 2022

Fresh off its inauguration just weeks ago, the EuroHPC-organized, Cineca-operated Leonardo supercomputer has been approved for a major expansion called LISA. Th Read more…

Argentina Announces New Supercomputer for National Science

December 15, 2022

Argentina’s Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation and its Minister of Defense announced this week that the country would soon host a new Top500-worth Read more…

Intel Quantum Wisdom: Think Quantum is Powerful? You’re Right. Think it will Happen Soon. You’re Mistaken!

December 13, 2022

Currently, Intel doesn’t have a quantum processor that potential users can access. In the fall, it launched a new quantum software development kit and simulat Read more…

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