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Accelerating the Modern Data Center – Gear Up for AI

Modern applications are transforming every business. From AI for better customer engagement, to data analytics for forecasting, to advanced visualization for product innovation, the need for accelerated computing is rapidly increasing. But enterprises face challenges with using existing infrastructure to power these applications.

Khronos Calls for Participation in SYCL Safety-Critical Exploratory API Forum

Beaverton, OR – March 23, 2022 6 AM PT – Today, The Khronos Group, an open consortium of companies creating advanced acceleration interoperability standards, has announced a call for participation in a new exploratory forum to examine the need for an API that leverages the widely adopted SYCL standard for safety-critical industries such as automotive, avionics, medical, and industrial markets. The […]

RapidAPI Raises $60M for Expansion of API Platform

SAN FRANCISCO- April 21, 2021 – RapidAPI, an API platform that enables developers to manage thousands of APIs, announced today it has raised $60 million in its Series C funding round. The financing was led by Green Bay Ventures and includes new investor, Stripes. Existing investors include Andreessen Horowitz, DNS Capital, M12 (Microsoft’s Venture Fund), and […]

RapidAPI Acquires Paw, Extends API Development Platform

San Francisco —February 10, 2021—RapidAPI, a platform to find, connect to, and manage thousands of APIs, announced today the acquisition of Paw, a leading API design and collaboration tool. The acquisition enables RapidAPI to extend its open API platform across the API development lifecycle, across multiple clouds and gateways, according to the company. Additionally, RapidAPI and […]

SeRC Turns to oneAPI Multi-Chip Programming Model for Accelerated Research

At ISC 2020 Digital, the Swedish e-Science Research Center (SeRC), Stockholm, has announced plans to use Intel’s oneAPI unified programming language by researchers conducting  massive simulations powered by CPUs and GPUs. The center said it chose the oneAPI programming model, designed to span CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs and other architectures and silicon,  to accelerate compute for research using GROMACS (GROningen MAchine for Chemical Simulations) molecular dynamics software, developed by SeRC and first released in 1991