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Heterogeneous computing has quickly come to mean packing a couple of CPUs and one-or-many accelerators, mostly GPUs, onto the same node. Today, a one-such-node system has become the standard AI server offered by dozens of vendors. This is not to diminish the many advances... Read more…

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March 15, 2021

At a virtual launch event held today (Monday), AMD revealed its third-generation Epyc “Milan” CPU lineup: a set of 19 SKUs -- including the flagship 64-core, 280-watt 7763 part --  aimed at HPC, enterprise and cloud workloads. Notably, the third-gen Epyc Milan chips achieve 19 percent... Read more…

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March 11, 2021

For the better part of a decade the U.S. Exascale Computing Initiative (ECI) has been churning along vigorously. The first exascale supercomputer – Frontier – is expected this year, with Aurora and El Capitan to follow. How much of the exascale-derived technology will diffuse through the broader HPC landscape... Read more…

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