The equivalent to 11,415 years of compute.
Teams of Google and AMD engineers partnered in a veritable hunt for cybersecurity issues on the AMD Security Processor (ASP) implemented on AMD's EPYC Milan CPUs.
IBM today announced a revamp of its quantum computing roadmap. The revised IBM future for quantum looks bright, with new QPUs and scaling technologies.
Intel has announced via a blog post that its Intel Arc GPUs will launch in a staggered manner towards market availability. China and OEMs first - the rest of the world is saved for later.
The Biden Administration on Wednesday released two directives that expand on the countries' understanding and adoption of quantum computing and post-quantum cryptography.
Nvidia recently hired Intel's Alder Lake architect to lead its own Arm CPU development division, strengthening its position while weakening Intel's own.
A team of researchers with the Delft university of Technology have achieved a superconductor breakthrough that may usher us into the Terahertz-era of computing.
Following the tremendous weight of international sanctions on technology imports, Russia takes steps to legalize gray markets, opening up access to tech companies' products without their consent.
Intel's upcoming Arc A770 discrete GPU has been benchmarked on Puget Bench's DaVinci Resolve routine on legacy hardware - with drivers still unavailable to the public.
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Aftermarket watercooling solutions specialist EKWB has announced a 25% reduction of its workforce following a 20% decline in its 1Q2022 revenues.
Chinese tech giant Huawei, itself heavily hamstrung by U.S. sanctions, has cut Russia from its technological deliveries.
Developments in tape storage technology and increasing attention to good backup philosophies explain the market's explosion.
TSMC's revenue from its HPC product segment has dethroned that of smartphone chips for the first time in ages, buoyed by AI, datacenter, and supercomputing customers.
A COVID-19-related full lockdown in Shangai led to the second-highest IC manufacturing decline for China's chip industry.
Intel's announcmeent of its Blockscale ASICS for cryptocurrency mining promise sustainable, power-efficient circuits for the blockchain market, with no impact on semiconductor availability.