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Intel Launches Stratix 10 GX 10M; 10M LEs, Two Massive Interconnected Dies

Intel launches the industry’s highest-capacity FPGA; 10-million LEs comprising two large FPGA dies interconnected using the company’s 2.5D EMIB packaging technology.

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Intel Core i9-9900KS Special Edition Full Specs and Availability Announced

Intel announces the full specification, pricing, and availability of the Core i9-9900KS Special Edition.

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Intel Launches Mainstream Cascade Lake Xeon W Workstation Processors

Intel launches mainstream W-2200 series Xeon W workstation microprocessors based on the Cascade Lake microarchitecture.

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Intel Launches New Core X Enthusiasts Microprocessors; Doubles The Perf-Per-Dollar

Intel launches new 10000 series Core X processors for enthusiasts with up to 18 cores and with double the performance per dollar compared to the last generation.

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Inside Tesla’s Neural Processor In The FSD Chip

A deep dive into the custom-designed Tesla neural processing units integrated inside the company’s full self-driving (FSD) chip based on the Tesla Hot Chips 31 talk.

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Intel Stratix 10 DX Adds PCIe Gen 4.0, Cache Coherency: UPI As Stopgap

Intel launches a new Stratix 10 family bringing new support for PCIe Gen 4.0, new cache-coherency support, and Optane DC DIMM support.

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IBM Introduces Next-Gen Z  Mainframe: The z15; Wider Cores, More Cores, More Cache, Still 5.2 GHz

IBM introduces its latest Z mainframe, the z15. Here’s a detailed look at the changes and enhancements that were made including the new system architecture and CPU microarchitecture.

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Intel Updates Apollo Lake: More LPC Reliability Issues

Intel updates Apollo Lake CPUs in order to address LPC-related reliability issues.

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Intel Launches New Comet Lake 10th Gen Mobile Processors With More Cores, LPDDR4X Memory

Intel launches new high-performance mobile 10th Generation processors based on the Comet Lake microarchitecture.

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Intel Labs Builds A Neuromorphic System With 64 To 768 Loihi Chips: 8 Million To 100 Million Neurons

Intel announced Pohoiki Beach and Pohoiki Springs, two new research neuromorphic systems capable of scaling from 64 to 768 Loihi chips with 8 million to 100 million neurons per system.

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