The 5G wars are in full swing, as both Optus and Telstra make 5G pronouncements today, with Telstra's Commercial Engineering Executive Sri Amirthalingam heralding umlaut publishing its latest benchmarking findings from the first part of 2021.
Opensignal bills itself as "the independent global standard for understanding the true state of the world’s mobile networks based on measurements of real user experience", and it has released its benchmark of 5G globally as it currently stands in early 2021.
GPU vendor Nvidia set records in the latest round of MLPerf Inference benchmarking.
GPU maker Nvidia has dominated the commercially-available categories in the MLPerf Training v0.7 benchmark results.
Eight of the top 10 supercomputers on the latest Top500 list use Nvidia GPUs, Nvidia Mellanox InifiniBand networking, or both. Nvidia used the occasion to make several other announcements.
GPU vendor Nvidia has anniounced a new member of its Jetson family of processors. The Jetson Xavier NX delivers Xavier-like performance despite having the same form factor as the Jetson Nano, according to vice president of autonomous machines Rob Csongor.
GPU vendor Nvidia has set six records on the new MLPerf AI benchmark suite.
Getting phones to run at faster speeds when benchmark software is detected is what Huawei has been discovered doing, with the tech maker fessing up and issuing a statement.
Apple’s iPhone 7 is now more than six months old, but it still trounces its Android competition including the brand new Samsung Galaxy S8.
Storage software specialist DataCore and hardware vendor Lenovo have together set a new price/performance record on the SPC-1 benchmark.
The latest Development Milestone Release of MySQL 5.7 has set a new performance record for the open source database.
Oracle's new ZS3 storage system has set world records for two performance benchmarks.
A all-flash Hitachi Data Systems Virtual Storage Platform has achieved a record result for the Storage Performance Council SPC-1 benchmark.
Oracle has set a new record for a two-processor system running the TPC-C benchmark.
Oracle has announced a new range of Sun x86 servers (which it claims is "the industry's best x86 platform for running Oracle software and other enterprise applications"), along with new and more powerful carrier-grade Netra x86 servers.
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