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Chinese Exascale Supercomputer Prototype Tested with AI Workloads

Chinese Exascale Supercomputer Prototype Tested with AI Workloads

TrendingTom's Hardware is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.Chinese scientists have started to test a prototype of locally developed exascale supercomputer using convolutional neural networks (CNN) AI workloads. As reported by  the Tianhe-3 machine runs Armv8-based Phytium 2000+ (FTP) and the Matrix 2000+ (MTP) processors that were primarily designed for traditional supercomputing with full FP64 precision.  Supercomputing and artificial intelligence are poised to become important competitive advantages that...

Apr 20
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Report: Semi Demand 30% Above Supply, 20% Year-on-Year Growth

Report: Semi Demand 30% Above Supply, 20% Year-on-Year Growth

|Semiconductor foundry offerings are thriving due to unprecedented demand for semiconductors and processors in recent quarters. Analysts from  believe that in Q1 2021 foundries will increase their revenue by 20% year-over-year as their capacities are fully loaded. Since the demand for chips is projected to continue to exceed the constrained supply for several quarters, market observers predict that manufacturers will be busy for a long time, and beyond this, will take a long time to catch up. This is good news for foundry revenue, and may encourage others to widen their foundry offerings....

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Toshiba Unveils World's First FC-MAMR HDD: 18 TB, Helium Filled

Toshiba Unveils World's First FC-MAMR HDD: 18 TB, Helium Filled

|Toshiba this week announced the industry's first hard drive featuring flux-control microwave-assisted magnetic recording (FC-MAMR) technology. The new MG09-series HDDs are designed primarily for nearline and enterprise applications, they offer an 18 TB capacity along with an ultra-low idle power consumption. The 3.5-inch 18 TB HDD are based on the company's 3rd generation nine-platter helium sealed platform that features 18 heads with a microwave-emitting component which changes magnetic coercivity of the platters before writing data. The HD disks are made by Showa Denko K.K. (SDK), a...

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Samsung Foundry: New $17 Billion Fab in the USA by Late 2023

Samsung Foundry: New $17 Billion Fab in the USA by Late 2023

|Could Samsung be the first to 3nm in the USA?As demand for semiconductors is increasing, Samsung Foundry and other makers of chips are expanding their manufacturing capacities. In the recent years the company made chips using its leading-edge manufacturing technologies solely in South Korea, whereas its S2 manufacturing facility in Austin, Texas, was left with 14LPP (and derivatives down to 11LPP) and older fabrication processes that are too outdated for leading edge products. When it comes to chip design, Samsung has enough customers inside the US (such as IBM, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Tesla,...

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Incredible vinyl-like super SSDs could make hard disk drives obsolete

Incredible vinyl-like super SSDs could make hard disk drives obsolete

TechRadar is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.Modern hyperscale datacenters have infinite appetite for storage performance, capacity, and density, which is why multiple new form-factors designed to maximize performance and capacity were introduced in the recent years. But Kioxia believes that there is a faster and cheaper way to deliver desired solid-state storage solutions to cloud customers: wafer-level SSDs. With capacities starting at around 50 TBs using current 3D QLC NAND, such devices could offer unbeatable...

July 12, 2020
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