AMD shows off 146-billion transistor Instinct MI300, the world's first integrated CPU and GPU data center chip (Updated)

AMD shows off 146-billion transistor Instinct MI300, the world's first integrated CPU and GPU data center chip (Updated)

ICYMI: To bring on exascale AI compute performance to the next level, the industry will need a breakthrough architecture. And AMD just reassured that it's coming this year.
The AMD-powered Frontier supercomputer is the world's fastest and first exascale computer

The AMD-powered Frontier supercomputer is the world's fastest and first exascale computer

It is more than twice as fast as the next fastest supercomputer.
NVIDIA wants to make it easier for companies to put its GPUs in ARM servers

NVIDIA wants to make it easier for companies to put its GPUs in ARM servers

The reference design will help speed up deployment.
Europe to build its own HPC processors with exascale compute capabilities?

Europe to build its own HPC processors with exascale compute capabilities?

EPI aims to develop a new series of chips to foster an EU-based HPC ecosystem with exascale compute capabilities.
Intel will build Aurora, the world’s first exascale supercomputer by 2021

Intel will build Aurora, the world’s first exascale supercomputer by 2021

Intel will build Aurora, the world’s first exascale supercomputer by 2021.
AMD Awarded US$12.6 Million in Supercomputing Grants from US Government

AMD Awarded US$12.6 Million in Supercomputing Grants from US Government

AMD has been granted US$ $12.6 million under the FastForward program. The program is a joint effort between the National Nuclear Security Administration and the Department of Energy to advance research of exascale computers that are a 1000 times faster than current supercomputers.
IBM and ASTRON in Collaboration to Develop Low-Powered, Exascale Supercomputers

IBM and ASTRON in Collaboration to Develop Low-Powered, Exascale Supercomputers

IBM and Netherland's National Institute of Radio Astronomy (ASTRON) will research and develop low-powered, exascale supercomputer systems for the international Square Kilometer Array (SKA). The SKA is an international consortium to build the world's largest and most sensitive radio telescope.