Google Announces Homegrown ARM-based CPUs 

April 9, 2024

Google sprang a surprise at the ongoing Google Next Cloud conference by introducing its own ARM-based CPU called Axion, which will be offered to customers in it 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…

Grace Hopper’s Big Debut in AWS Cloud While Graviton4 Launches

November 29, 2023

Editors Note: Additional Coverage of the AWS-Nvidia 65 Exaflop ‘Ultra-Cluster’ and Graviton4 can be found on our sister site Datanami. Amazon Web Service Read more…

Training of 1-Trillion Parameter Scientific AI Begins

November 13, 2023

A US national lab has started training a massive AI brain that could ultimately become the must-have computing resource for scientific researchers. Argonne N Read more…

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Broadcom Boosting Optical Network Speed as Moore’s Law Takes a Backseat

October 23, 2023

Optical networking inside and outside data centers is a way to create a sustainable large-scale computational infrastructure as artificial intelligence and othe Read more…

HPC and AI Resources in the Great GPU Squeeze Panel

October 19, 2023

The recent HPC + AI on Wall Street show presented a panel that brought together key vendors to discuss the current GPU Squeeze (shortage).   The "Squeeze" is Read more…

Google’s New AI-Focused ‘A3’ Supercomputer Has 26,000 GPUs

May 10, 2023

Cloud providers are building armies of GPUs to provide more AI firepower. Google is joining the gang with a new supercomputer that has almost 2.5 times the number of GPUs than the world’s third-fastest supercomputer called LUMI. Google announced an AI supercomputer with 26,000 GPUs at its developer conference on Wednesday. Read more…

Google AI Supercomputer Shows the Potential of Optical Interconnects

April 10, 2023

There are limits on the speed of how fast copper wires can move data between computers, and a transition to light speed will ultimately drive AI and high-performance computing forward. Every major chipmaker is in agreement that optical interconnects will be needed to reach zettascale computing in an energy-efficient way. That opinion was... Read more…

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