IBM debuted Open Memory Interface, a DDR alternative that packs more DRAM on servers at higher bandwidth than DDR.
Cray won a $600 million deal to build the El Capitan exascale system, sweeping all three next-gen supercomputers for U.S. government labs.
Google and Microsoft said they will use Rome, AMD's latest x86 processors battling for Intel's lucrative server market.
Reviewers praised the improved graphics but noted lackluster CPU gains on Ice Lake, Intel's first mainstream 10nm chip.
Buyers are less clear about what kind of computing resources they need to get their jobs done, and workstation OEMs aren't helping much.
An MIT spinoff is promoting on-chip micro-convective cooling as a way to beat the heat.
The co-processor uses partially homomorphic encrypted execution. Since the data is never decrypted, it remains secure.
Nvidia holds a more commanding share of dedicated accelerators than Intel holds in overall compute among the top four public cloud services.
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Startup Wolley believes a table-less controller architecture is fundamentally better for non-flash persistent memories