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Microsoft recently disclosed Project Brainwave, which uses pools of FPGA’s for real-time machine-learning inference, marking the first time the company has shared architecture and performance details of their FPGA-based chips. I take an in depth look at the implications for Intel and Xilinx.
Earlier this month, I attended Intel's first Autonomous Driving Workshop in San Jose, where press and analysts enjoyed demonstrations and talks from both Intel, and a handful of their partners—BMW, Delphi, Ericsson, and HERE.
Intel laid out their AI roadmap last November after acquiring Altera and Nervana Systems. How will they flawlessly execute that and keep tabs on the future? Intel's new AI group might be the answer.
Chipzilla's not aiming to be a general-purpose contract chip manufacturer; instead, it's taking a "strategically specific" approach.
The chipmaker is betting that its Programmable Solutions Business will see some market share gains in 2017, with those gains potentially accelerating in 2018 and beyond.
After the acquisition by Intel, Altera’s revenue has grown every quarter on a YoY basis for the past three quarters.
NEW YORK (AP) — Federal prosecutors have charged three Chinese nationals accused of profiting from insider information about mergers and acquisitions by hacking into the networks of law firms working on the deals, authorities said Tuesday.
AWS is adopting Xilinx’s strategy of pooled FPGA in its F1 instance cloud service—an important win for Xilinx, which has a 50% FPGA market share.
Amazon recently announced that they would offer cloud access to FPGA accelerators provided by Xilinx. There are three reasons why this announcement may provide further evidence of growing momentum behind this once-obscure class of chips to accelerate computationally intensive workloads.
Intel sold its 51% stake in McAfee to a private equity firm for ~$4.2 billion. However, the chipmaker would retain the remaining 49% stake in McAfee.
This new Intel technology seems quite interesting, but it might not be the game-changer in this particular instance.