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Habana Labs, an Intel Company, announced the availability of an enterprise-class turnkey artificial intelligence (AI) training solution featuring the Supermicro X12 Gaudi AI training server and DDN AI400X2 storage system. With eight Habana® Gaudi® purpose-built AI processors, the Supermicro X12 Gaudi AI server provides customers with highly cost-efficient AI training, ease of use and system …

“You won’t always have a calculator in your pocket, work it out.” If you were born during the first three-quarters of the 20th century when a digital pocket calculator was a thing of science fiction, you are probably familiar with the phrase. In 2021, however, it would be rare to hear, even in a classroom. Today, …

High performance computing (HPC) represents the pinnacle of technology, with some of the world’s most significant modern-day discoveries made using these advanced machines. Today, we are at the threshold of a new generation of HPC, where the technology’s scalability and ubiquity can transform all our lives. Nowhere has this been more obvious than with the …

On Nov. 2, Microsoft announced the public preview of its newest Azure Confidential Computing Virtual Machines (VMs), DCsv3, powered by the latest 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX). Customers can now run even larger enterprise-class workloads across fewer VMs while better protecting data in use, harnessing transformational improvements …

Intel’s deep investments in developer ecosystems, tools, technology and an open platform are clearing the path forward to scale artificial intelligence everywhere. Intel’s role is to responsibly scale this technology. Intel has made AI more accessible and scalable for developers through extensive optimizations of popular libraries and frameworks on Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors. Intel’s investment in multiple AI architectures to meet diverse customer …

  What’s New: AWS announced the general availability of Amazon EC2 DL1 instances, a new instance type designed for training deep learning models. Now AWS’ machine learning customers can leverage these new instances, which are powered by Habana’s Gaudi AI accelerators, to achieve up to 40% better price performance1 for AI workloads, supporting natural language …

What’s New: Intel, EXOR International, TIM and JMA Wireless teamed together to build an end-to-end smart factory in Verona, Italy, as an example of the benefits of Industry 4.0 digitalization to manufacturers of all sizes. Based on a breadth of Intel products, including Intel Atom® processors, Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, Intel® FPGAs, Intel® Edge Controls for Industrial software and …

What’s New: Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken Restaurant is using a new conversational artificial intelligence (AI) solution to increase the speed of service and shorten wait times in their drive-thrus. The solution, created by Hi Auto, greets each drive-thru guest and answers questions about the menu before taking and confirming their order. “The automated AI drive-thru has impacted …

After the Perseverance rover’s landing on Mars, the world marveled at the remarkable new images from the planet’s surface. Earthlings can’t get enough of the Red Planet. And unbeknownst to most — even to some of the engineers who’ve been involved (more on that later) — NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover contains a vital piece of Intel-based …

We’ve come a long way since Intel introduced the first microprocessor in 1971. Their 4004 held 2,300 transistors, with today’s best chips exceeding billions, harnessing more and more power since their birth. But every time Intel releases a new computer chip, it’s a costly investment, as they need to add new instructions of computer programs …