We think there is a real opportunity for AMD in data center AI
Products with the new technology could debut as early as next year
The Grace Hopper super chip has no fewer than 200 billion transistors
Editor's take: Much of the focus in semiconductors is on chip performance, and so for many outside the process it can be mystifying why sometimes a "better" chip loses out to a "weaker" chip. To name just one example, Intel still sells a lot of server CPUs despite their poor comparison with the latest AMD or Arm offerings.
It supports Windows and RGB, too
A chip for accelerating the intelligent video pipeline in the data center
Ammo manufacturer can't make extra artillery shells because TikTok data center is using all the electricity
"We are concerned because we see our future growth is challenged by the storage of cat videos"
WTF?! TikTok often makes headlines over claims that its user data is shared with the Chinese government, but it seems the company is also having an unintended (or possibly intended) impact on one of Europe's largest ammunition manufacturers.
Stopping waste heat from going to waste
ChatGPT was made possible thanks to tens of thousands of Nvidia GPUs, which Microsoft is now upgrading
Microsoft used hundreds of millions of dollars worth of Nvidia A100 GPUs and is now upgrading to H100s
Less refuelling but more waste than standard reactors
Forward-looking: Data centers have become a massive industry, but many of them aren't very environmentally friendly due to their huge power demands, which are often met through the burning of fossil fuels. One proposed answer to this problem is for the facilities to use their own sustainable power sources in the form of miniature nuclear reactors.
And a whole stack of new features
Some insight on Google's Aquila, built for ultra-low latency networking
Building sustainable computing systems is not only the conscientious thing to do, but curbing carbon emissions may result in a seismic shift in how we develop the hardware of the future.
DPUs set to become a big deal on enterprise computing
The restrictions could cost Nvidia up to $400 million
Data centers might be getting a lot wetter
Moving to the cloud will save FedEx $400 million annually
The shortage is fueled by ongoing hardware availability issues, increased demand, and Azure's aging infrastructure
Being closer to customers cuts down on latency
Saving Earth's data, one byte at a time
WD is also sampling a 22TB CMR-based HDD this summer
With great TDP comes a great VRM
No E-cores for data centers yet
Because why not?