This Research Brief explores the impact of VMware’s recent announcements of its consolidated its offerings into two primary bundles, while also adjusting price.
Intel unveiled its new Emerald Rapids processors, part of its 5th-Gen Xeon Scalable lineup at its recent “AI Everywhere” event. The new processors arrive with multiple features designed to enhance performance across workloads, including AI and HPC.
IBM’s focus on enterprise-readiness continues with its announcement of watsonx.governance, designed to assist business in managing and governing AI models, will be generally available in early December.
Dell and Hugging Face are working together to aid enterprise adoption of AI by providing a platform where businesses can easily select, deploy, and fine-tune AI models for their specific use cases using Dell’s infrastructure.
AMD recently announced its new MI300x and MI300a AI accelerators, its most significant challenge to NVIDIA yet.
At its AI-focused event on December 6, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) introduced the latest release of its ROCm software stack, marking a significant update in the field of high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI). The new release introduces enhancements that align closely with the company’s latest hardware, notably the MI300 series GPUs.
At its recent Microsoft Ignite event, the company announced the launch of the Azure Cobalt 100 CPU and the Maia 100 AI accelerator, marking a significant pivot in Microsoft’s approach to its cloud infrastructure and representing the company’s commitment to driving innovation in high-performance computing and AI.
Amazon introduced generational updates to both its Graviton and Tranium custom silicon solutions at its recent re:Invent conference in Las Vegas.
This Research Note delves into the intricacies and potential impacts of these latest innovations from AWS.
Recognizing that these scientists require tools that integrate seamlessly with their existing workflows while simplifying the complexities of quantum mechanics, IBM introduced a suite of innovative solutions at its recent Quantum Computing Summit.
At the forefront of these advancements is Qiskit 1.0, a significant upgrade to IBM’s open-source quantum computing software development kit, which simplifies the process of programming quantum computers.
IBM this week announced significant advancements in both quantum processors and platforms for quantum computing at its Quantum Summit 2023. At the event, IBM highlighted several significant advancements in quantum computing, showcasing the company’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of this revolutionary technology.