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The new Alveo products will help organizations embrace programmable chips for such workloads as machine learning inference and data analytics.
At its XDF event, the FPGA maker debuted the first products from its Everest project for creating a heterogeneous acceleration platform.
A resurgent PC market is putting pressure on the chip maker's manufacturing capabilities, but the interim CEO says the company will hit its revenue goals.
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The new malware is called LoJax because it infiltrates a computer’s firmware in a manner similar to the popular LoJack security software.
Technologies that are transforming data centers in other sectors are enabling television and video teams to produce, edit, finish and deliver clearer, crisper and more lifelike content faster and at lower cost.
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The company, led by ex-Intel executive Renee James, is aiming its new eMAG processors at hyperscale and edge computing environments.
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The GPUs are based on the company's new Turing architecture for faster inferencing performance over CPUs and previous GPUs, CEO Jensen Huang said.