The Permutter supercomputer at the US National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) will deliver approximately four exaflops of AI performance, according to GPU supplier Nvidia, making it the world's fastest on this measure.
AMD's new Epyc 7003 series CPUs are built with Zen 3 cores, and the range includes the Epyc 7763 which the company says is the world's highest-performing server processor, based on internal testing.
AMD's new Instinct MI100 accelerator is said to be the world's fastest HPC GPU and the first x86 server GPU to exceed 10 Tflops (FP64).
Google has announced the first product in its Confidential Computing portfolio, along with a new configuration tool for government workloads.
Along with several other changes, Oracle has announced some new hardware options for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Intel has released a range of 50 “Purley” processors with the formal name of Intel Xeon Scalable processors based on its 7th generation technology.
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