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In preparation for the United States’ first exascale supercomputer, Intel announces they are cancelling next-generation Xeon Phi processors (codename Knights Hill) in favor of a brand new platform and microarchitecture specifically designed for exascale.
With the newly published Green500 list, Japan dominates the most power-efficient supercomputer list thanks to the ZettaScaler-2.2 architecture and PEZY’s PEZY-SC2 many-core processor.
Silicon Lottery has published new statistics regarding the overclockability of Intel’s hexa-core Core i7-8700K desktop processor.
Samsung has quietly unveiled its latest flagship processor, the Exynos 9 Series 9810, which will succeed the Exynos 9 Series 8895 found in the Galaxy S8, S8+, and the Note 8.
The ASIC Bitcoin design company Bitmain has announced they are entering the AI market with their new custom design BM1680 neural processor which will be at the heart of the new Sophon family of AI PCIe accelerator cards and full servers.
Qualcomm launched their Centriq family of server microprocessors based on their ARM Falkor microarchitecture manufactured on Samsung’s 10nm process.
Intel has announced they will be introducing an 8th generation processor featuring a discrete AMD Radeon GPU along with HBM2. Using Intel’s new EMIB packaging interconnect technology, the single-chip solution provides higher performance while delivering a smaller form factor than comparable solutions.
PEZY-SC2 is PEZY’s newest 16nm a many-core processor featuring 2,048 cores that is powering the world’s most power-efficient supercomputer. The chip is the first to use a unique 3D packaging interconnect technology known as TCI in order to achieve a memory bandwidth of over 2 TB/s.
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