Meta’s new AI card is one step to reduce its reliance on Nvidia’s GPUs — despite spending billions on H100 and A100, Facebook’s parent firm sees a clear path to an RTX-free future

Meta recently unveiled details on the company’s AI training infrastructure, revealing that it currently relies on almost 50,000 Nvidia H100 GPUs to train its open source Llama 3 LLM.  Like a lot of major tech firms involved in AI, Meta

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Intel unveils flurry of new Arc GPUs — however serious graphics users will have to wait for more powerful models, as these focus on a completely different and more lucrative market

Two years after the debut of its Arc Alchemist GPUs, Intel is launching six new Arc products, but these are designed for edge/embedded systems.  These edge systems, which process data near the source to reduce latency and bandwidth use, are

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HP launched a very promising ultra portable XPS13 killer laptop — the 1kg EliteBook 635 Aero G11 is only available in Japan with seemingly no plans for a global launch, but why?

HP has launched a new ultra-portable laptop in Japan, and the sleek and powerful EliteBook 635 Aero G11 is already being hailed as a potential competitor to Dell‘s XPS 13, thanks to impressive specs and a lightweight design.  The Windows

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Intel piles pressure on Nvidia with launch of new AI accelerator that is faster and cheaper than the H100 — but will it be enough to keep up with the stunningly fast H200?

At Intel Vision 2024, Intel launched its Gaudi 3 AI accelerator which the company is positioning as a direct competitor to Nvidia‘s H100, claiming that it offers faster training and inference performance on leading GenAI models.  The Gaudi 3 is

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Another startup is taking on Nvidia using a clever trick — Celestial AI brings DDR5 and HBM together to slash power consumption by 90%, may already be partnering with AMD

There’s no shortage of startups pushing technology that could one day prove pivotal in AI computing and memory infrastructure.  Celestial AI, which recently secured $175 million in Series C funding, is looking to commercialize its Photonic Fabric technology which aims

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A 30,000TB tower powered by a 70-year-old technology — Spectra Logic proves that data tape still has a place in an AI world with storage system that can handle thousands of LTO-9 tapes

Spectra Logic has introduced the Spectra Cube tape library, a cloud-optimized system for on-premise, hybrid cloud, and IaaS environments that is designed to be quickly deployed, dynamically scaled, and easily serviced without tools or downtime.  The Spectra Cube library is

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World’s first modular handheld inkjet printer claims revolutionary print-on-any-surface capabilities — Chinese startup makes big promises but watch out for the price of consumables

If you ever wished you could print on anything, Printisian could be for you. The handheld inkjet printer lets users print on various materials and surfaces, including wood, paper, metals, fabric, leather, stone and even food and skin.  Its modular

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Could Tesla be about to make its own silicon? Even Elon Musk isn’t sure — but let’s wait and see if it wants to take on Samsung and TSMC

Although tech giants like Samsung and TSMC currently dominate the silicon landscape, Elon Musk has hinted that Tesla could potentially make its own chips in the future – and while the idea remains a tentative one, it’s certainly not beyond

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