Once a year the promise of super hot potatoes graces the semiconductor world. Hot Chips in 2021 is set to be held virtually for the second successive year, and the presentation schedule has just been announced. Coming this August, there will be deeper disclosures on next-generation processor architectures, infrastructure compute platforms, new enabling technologies such as processing-in-memory, a number of upcoming AI solutions, as well as a deeper look into custom accelerators.
For our audience that regularly keeps track of Intel’s product portfolio, it would be hard to miss that the naming strategy of Intel’s process node technologies is a bit...143 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 9/25/2020
Among several different updates tucked into Intel’s Q2’2020 earnings report, the company included a brief update on some of their future products. While the bulk of the company’s focus...64 by Ryan Smith on 7/23/2020
As with any processor vendor, having a detailed list of what the processor does and how to optimize for it is important. Helping programmers also plan for what’s coming...34 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 4/1/2020
JEDEC still has not published the DDR5 specification officially, yet it looks like DRAM makers and SoC designers are preparing for the DDR5 launch at full steam. Cadence, which...20 by Anton Shilov on 3/27/2020
It has been a couple of weeks since Intel formally provided some high-level detail on its new discrete graphics strategy. The reason for the announcements and disclosures centered around...49 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 12/24/2019
For the last few of years, when discussing high performance computing, it has been tough to avoid hearing the word ‘exascale’. Even last month, on 10/18, HPC twitter was...43 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 11/17/2019
Emerging workloads will require considerably higher performance, and in order to solve upcoming challenges Intel has adjusted its product roadmaps quite significantly. One of the key things that Intel...29 by Anton Shilov on 5/9/2019