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Intel Releases Foundational Technology Roadmap, Launches New Naming Structure for Process Nodes

Intel Corporation today announced a detailed process and packaging technology roadmaps of “foundational innovations” for products through 2025 and beyond. In addition to announcing RibbonFET, its first new transistor architecture in more than 10 years, and PowerVia, a backside power delivery method, the company highlighted its planned adoption of next-generation extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUV), referred […]

Drop in Intel Earnings Expected Today

Pat Gelsinger’s got one foot on a tiger, the other on an aircraft carrier – one side is a rough, volatile ride; the other plows a course set years ago, hard to change direction. Intel’s new CEO has been pulled in different, difficult directions since returning to the company last February. But at a personal […]

Green Revolution Cooling Names Participants for Liquid Cooling Awareness Month

AUSTIN – July 16, 2021 – GRC (Green Revolution Cooling), the leader in single-phase data center liquid immersion cooling, announced it will partner with Dell, Intel, Prasa, Vertiv, and Mission Critical magazine for the first annual Liquid Immersion Cooling Awareness Month in August. The month-long initiative is intended to increase awareness in the data center […]

Report: Intel Weighing Acquisition of GlobalFoundries

New Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger’s vow earlier this year to move the company into the foundry business – making chips not just for itself but also for others – may take the form of acquiring GlobalFoundries in a deal that could be worth $30 billion, according to a story in the Wall Street Journal. The […]

HPC in the News: Data Management Automation and Faster Processor Gates; Intel and TSMC in Arizona, Europe

The everlasting rat’s nest that is scientific computing data management, the permanent quest for more advanced-level processing power, and investments in new fabs for advanced chips are HPC topics in the news this week. Taking on data management at the upper reaches of data-intensive workloads is Harvard University Associate Professor Stratos Idreos, who two years […]

Lenovo at ISC: ‘Exascale to Every Scale’

For at least four years, Lenovo has been vocal about its high ambitions in high performance computing, and by all appearances the company is progressing toward its objectives. This is the eighth year since China-based Lenovo purchased IBM’s Intel x86-based server business, an acquisition that marked the company’s entrance into HPC, and despite some U.S. […]

Intel Changes Leadership, Structure of Data Platforms Group

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has announced the addition of two new technology managers to its executive leadership team, as well as several changes to Intel business units. Current Intel executives Sandra Rivera and Raja Koduri will take on senior leadership roles, and technology industry veterans Nick McKeown and Greg Lavender will join the company. Navin […]

Diane Bryant, Former Intel and Google Cloud Exec, Named to Platform9 Board of Directors

MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, June, 22, 2021 — Platform9 today announced the appointment of Diane Bryant to its Board of Directors. Bryant, a technology executive who COO of Google Cloud and Group President of Intel’s Data Center Group, brings more than 30 years of experience spanning cloud technology, data center infrastructure, and artificial intelligence, to Platform9. […]

Intel’s Infrastructure Processing Unit Targets Hyperscaler Data Centers

Intel has unveiled a programmable networking device for hyperscalers and their massive data center infrastructures. Called the Infrastructure Processing Unit and announced at Intel made the announcement during the Six Five Summit, it’s a networking device is intended to help cloud and communication service providers cut overhead and free up performance for CPUs, to better utilize […]

LRZ Expanding Flagship HPC System to Integrate AI

Garching/Munich – May 4, 2021 – The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) will expand its flagship HPC system SuperMUC-NG, which is part of the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing (GCS). In addition to performance in simulation and modelling, phase 2 of SuperMUC-NG will integrate artificial intelligence (AI) methods of computation. The system will be equipped with Intel […]