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Is More ZEN Information Coming This Month?

December 5, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Is More ZEN Information Coming This Month?

While waiting for Zen is remarkably like waiting for Godot, we have just been told that AMD will be holding a sneak peek of its high-performance Zen CPU on 13 December. The preview will be streamed at 1 p.m. PST on December 13. You can sign up at AMD’s website to have a shifty. The host of the event will be the video gamer hack, Geoff Keighley and it will be called “Watch New Horizon.” According to the email the event will be an “ exclusive advance preview of our new ‘Zen’... 

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Is There A Need For A Mobile Netflix?

December 2, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Is There A Need For A Mobile Netflix?

A former Rovio exec has formed a new firm that hopes to revolutionize the way mobile games are played with Hatch, a new cloud-based streaming platform for smartphones. Unveiled during this week’s Slush Festival in Finland, the venture is headed up by CEO Juhani Honkala, previously SVP of Rovio Entertainment, and centers around an instant game collection that players will be able to access without the need for downloads, installations or updates. The service is planned for soft launch on Android... 

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Is TSMC Going 12nm Too?

December 1, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Is TSMC Going 12nm Too?

According to industry sources, TSMC is planning to introduce a 12 nanometer half-node process to enhance competition with 28nm and lower process nodes that have been adopted over the past few years. The chip manufacturer’s 12nm process node will join its existing 16nm process portfolio as a smaller option in order to give it a competitive advantage against Samsung and GlobalFoundries. It is expected to offer improved leakage characteristics at a lower cost than its 16nm lineup. TSMC currently offers... 

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Intel Makes A Score With Delphi Automotive

December 1, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Intel Makes A Score With Delphi Automotive

Intel has signed a deal with Auto parts maker Delphi Automotive Plc and Israeli technology firm Mobileye. The move will put Intel chips under the bonnet of their joint effort to produce self-driving vehicles by 2019. Intel is also working with German luxury car maker BMW AG and Mobileye on self-driving technology. However so far, the chip maker has not made much of a dent in the autonomous vehicle market. Glen De Vos, Delphi’s vice president of engineering announced that Intel will provide... 

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Is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 Going Eight Cores?

November 30, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 Going Eight Cores?

Qualcomm has already revealed that Snapdragon 835 is officially the world’s first 10nm SoC, and Fudzilla exclusively posted this in April 2016. At that time, Qualcomm didn’t want to officially talk about the insides of the Snapdragon 835, but a leaked roadmap claims that the new SoC has 4+4 cores based on updated Kryo 200 architecture.  The same leak doesn’t talk about any clock speeds, but one can assume that there are four faster and more powerful and four slower cores, something that... 

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Is AMD’s ZEN Launching With Extremely Competitive Pricing?

November 29, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Is AMD’s ZEN Launching With Extremely Competitive Pricing?

Over the past few days, more information has been revealed regarding AMD’s pricing and performance configurations for its Zen desktop processors, codenamed Summit Ridge. Four SKUs ranging between $150 and $500 A new pricing document originating from China indicates that AMD initially plans to release four Zen desktop SKUs in four, six and eight-core variants. Just like Intel’s high-end desktop lineups, none of these chips will feature integrated graphics. At the top of the list is the Zen SR7... 

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Japan Aims For World’s Fastest Supercomputer

November 28, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Japan Aims For World’s Fastest Supercomputer

Japan aims to construct the world’s fastest-known supercomputer in a bid to arm the country’s manufacturers with a platform for research that could help them develop and improve driverless cars, robotics and medical diagnostics. The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will spend 19.5 billion yen ($173 million) on the previously unreported project, a budget breakdown shows, as part of a government policy to get back Japan’s mojo in the world of technology. The country has lost... 

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nVidia Goes Efficient Supercomputing

November 28, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
nVidia Goes Efficient Supercomputing

he GPU maker named after a Roman vengeance daemon, Nvidia has been patting itself on the back over the DGX SaturnV, which it says is the most energy efficient supercomputer of all time. The DGX SaturnV has 63,488GB of RAM, 60,512 Intel Xeon E5-2698v4 CPU cores and 125 Nvidia DGX-1s oh and it also has 100 GPUs which should be just enough to get a game of Doom running on the extreme settings. Nvidia claimed that the DGX SaturnV, which is the world’s 28th fastest supercomputer is 2.3x more energy... 

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Samsung Goes IronWolf

November 25, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Samsung Goes IronWolf

Following the launch of the consumer-class IronWolf and SkyHawk HDDs earlier, Seagate has now launched its IronWolf Pro series for small and medium enterprises, including the 10TB version as the flagship offer. After cramming the 2.5-inch 5TB BarraCuda HDD inside an aluminum enclosure, Seagate has moved to the enterprise market, announcing its newest IronWolf Pro 10TB HDD for “small-to-midsize enterprises”. Designed for NAS applications and built to help small-to-midsize enterprises better... 

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Oracle To Acquire Cloud Infrastructure Provider Dyn

November 23, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Oracle To Acquire Cloud Infrastructure Provider Dyn

Oracle plans to purchase internet performance and DNS provider Dyn in an effort to boost its cloud-based offerings as well as challenge infrastructure and platform service leaders like Amazon and Microsoft. Dyn, in the news last month when it was targeted in a massive distributed denial-of-service attack, operates a global network that makes 40 billion traffic optimization decisions each day for more than 3,500 enterprise customers, including Netflix and Twitter. Dyn monitors and optimizes internet... 

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Are Carbon Nanotubes The Wave Of TheFuture?

November 23, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Are Carbon Nanotubes The Wave Of TheFuture?

Carbon nanotubes have long been proposed as a significant substrate replacement to transform the chip design industry as we know it. They can operate using substantially less electrical charge and are six to ten times faster than silicon, yet due to their incredibly small size they have proven difficult to work with. The search for silicon alternatives Over the past 62 years since the first working silicon transistor was made at Bell Labs, companies have used different doping concentrations to influence... 

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Microsoft Team With OpenAI For Cloud Research

November 21, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Microsoft Team With OpenAI For Cloud Research

In a blog post on Tuesday, Microsoft AI and Research Group executive vice president Harry Shum and Sam Altman, co-chair of OpenAI, announced a partnership to explore advanced AI algorithms to benefit humanity by using Microsoft’s Azure cloud as the platform of choice. OpenAI is a non-profit that was formed last December by Elon Musk, Y-combinator president Sam Altman, Greg Brockman and Ilya Sutskever with the simple goal of stopping the creation of a single centralized artificial intelligence... 

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Qualcomm Going For Quick Charge 4

November 21, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Qualcomm Going For Quick Charge 4

Qualcomm just announced that Snapdragon 835, the world’s first 10nm SoC will support Quick Charge 4. The new charging standard promises 20 percent faster charging and that five-minute charge can give you five hours of Smartphone usage. Fudzilla mentioned Quick Charge 4.0 in details a bit more than a week ago.  Snapdragon 835 is expected to ship in commercial devices in the first half of 2017 and it will be capable of Quick Charge 4 fast charging. The fact that Quick Charge can provide five hours... 

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Is AMD Readying The Zen Server Line?

November 18, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Is AMD Readying The Zen Server Line?

AMD has released the latest version of its ROCm software tools which make it easier to write and compile parallel programs for its new Zen GPUs and CPUs. The software is designed to help put Zen under the bonnet of high-performing servers to turn GPUs and CPU combos into servers. If it all pays off AMD could be back in the server market after losing it totally to Intel. ROCm provides a base for the company to build GPUs for large-scale servers. It is a low-level programming framework like Nvidia’s... 

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Is Intel Supporting The Overclocking Market?

November 17, 2016 by   | Category: Computing
Is Intel Supporting The Overclocking Market?

One of the things that we are noticing is that all the leaks and other information coming out of Intel, suggests that the outfit is getting excited about the overclocking market. A lot of the marketing buzz about Kaby Lake architecture on the desktop by focusing on overclocking performance. Intel has several unlocked processors based on Kaby Lake, and they are not just at the high end. Already overclockable Kaby Lake Core i7 and Core i5 processors have been leaked but the trend is suggesting that... 

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