Rick rounds up all the major announcements from this year's E3.
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We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Providing both CPU and GPU compute.
Spin qubit chip built in a regular fab.
Is very, very light on technical details.
Goes all-in on AI.
Strikes a blow against Intel.
Beastly performance from new part.
Big APU for supercomputing customers.
Time to dig them out of the cupboard.
Partners with Intel, Nvidia and others.
Packs a pair of new GK210 Kepler chips.
Handily beats Nvidia's Tesla K40.
WSJ elicits admissions of roadmap shifts.
Not using Tegra chips, though.
Adds unified memory, drop-in libraries.
Many-core 14nm CPUs for future boxes.
FirePro S10000 gets double the RAM.
MXC to be unveiled in September.
A third of its business now non-PC, Huang claims.
Nvidia has officially announced the world's 'most complex' GPU, the Kepler GK110.
Intel has acquired Cray's Gemini and Aries interconnect technology, in a further HPC push.
Intel's Haswell architecture is going to bring a technology more commonly associated with supercomputers: transactional memory.
Amazon has added Nvidia's Tesla GPUs to its EC2 cloud computing service, allowing on-demand CUDA.
A supercomputer at the French CEA-DAM has become the first in Europe to break 1 petaflops.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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