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ISC 2016 Highlights—If You Didn’t Make It, This is What You Missed from Intel

Jul 11, 2016 |

While several product and technology announcements were forthcoming from Intel at ISC, first and foremost was the visionary keynote—AI, and more, on IA—from Rajeeb Hazra, VP of Intel’s  Data Center Group. In it he describes how accurately supporting just 20,000 autonomous cars would require an ExaFLOP of sustained compute. It would involve a network of Read more…

Intel Announces New Knights Landing Book

May 30, 2016 |

“The fact is that Intel has aggressively decided to build a new kind of processor, which includes a number of advances that make it not only the most scalable processor the world has ever seen, but also one of the most versatile, configurable and highly integrated CPUs ever devised,” explains James Reinders as he describes Read more…

NVIDIA Scores Green Victory with Italian Supercomputer

Feb 5, 2013 |

<img style=”float: left;” src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/NVIDIA_Tesla_K20X_K20_GPU_2.jpg” alt=”” width=”94″ height=”91″ />Last week, Eurotech and NVIDIA announced they had created the most energy-efficient supercomputer in the world, besting the most recent Green500 winner by a margin of 26 percent. NVIDIA credits its new GPU accelerators, along with Eurotech’s on-board hot-water cooling system. But Intel has something called the Xeon Phi.