Intel Won’t Have a Xeon Max Chip with New Emerald Rapids CPU

December 14, 2023

As expected, Intel officially announced its 5th generation Xeon server chips codenamed Emerald Rapids at an event in New York City, where the focus was really o Read more…

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Forget Zettascale, Trouble is Brewing in Scaling Exascale Supercomputers

November 14, 2023

In 2021, Intel famously declared its goal to get to zettascale supercomputing by 2027, or scaling today's Exascale computers by 1,000 times. Moving forward t Read more…

Latest CXL Spec Lined up to Support DDR6

November 14, 2023

In a few years, servers may not look the same as memory, storage, and accelerators move to separate enclosures. An interconnect called CXL is making that possib Read more…

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Aurora the Survivor: Exascale Supercomputer Arrives After Eight Years of Doom

November 13, 2023

Many products were sacrificed in the eight years it took to bring the Aurora supercomputer to life. Nonetheless, anticipation for the second U.S.Exascale system Read more…

More Cores, Higher Prices: Intel’s Server Revenue Expected to Increase 

November 3, 2023

Intel's data center business is recovering, showing healthy margins despite growing competitive pressure.  The healthy margins result from higher average se Read more…

Intel Getting Squeezed and Benefiting from Nvidia GPU Shortages

September 10, 2023

The shortage of Nvidia's GPUs has customers searching for scrap heap to kickstart makeshift AI projects, and Intel is benefitting from it. Customers seeking qui Read more…

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Scientific Computing Options Maturing in the Cloud

August 31, 2023

Supercomputing remains largely an on-premises affair for many reasons that include horsepower, security, and system management. Companies need more time to move Read more…

Google’s New Supercomputing H3 VMs Are Faster, but GPUs Are Absent

August 16, 2023

Google Cloud's new H3 virtual machine instances provide a big jump in performance thanks to a focus on network performance, but with restrictions: it only suppo Read more…

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