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The companies are extending their AI partnership, and one key initiative is a supercomputer that will be integrated with AWS services and used by Nvidia’s own R&D teams.
Besides Nvidia, who had a great showing on the list of the world’s most powerful supercomputers? Almost everyone.
The nature of their design makes CPUs run hotter than ever, and one AMD executive says heat density is unlikely to decrease with future chips.
Next generation Xeon and Gaudi are among the announcements.
An early adopter of immersion cooling, LiquidStack now plans to offer a second form of hardware immersion.
AI hardware is expensive to acquire and operate, and many enterprise customers may opt to have hyperscalers do it for them.
The goal is to accelerate development of Neoverse CSS-based systems.
PowerMaxOS version 10.1 is aimed at helping enterprises to improve storage efficiency, strengthen cybersecurity and build more energy-efficient data centers.