With the annual ISC High Performance supercomputing conference kicking off this week, Intel is one of several vendors making announcements timed with the show. As the crown jewels of the company’s HPC product portfolio have launched in the last several months, the company doesn’t have any major new silicon announcements to make alongside this year’s show – and unfortunately Aurora isn’t yet up and running to take a shot at the Top 500 list. So, following a tumultuous year thus far that has seen significant shifts in Intel’s GPU roadmap in particular, the company is using ISC to recompose itself and use the backdrop of the show to lay out a fresh roadmap for HPC customers. Most notably, Intel is using this opportunity to better...
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Intel Unveils Rialto Bridge: Second-Gen Xe-HPC Accelerator to Succeed Ponte Vecchio
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