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Google TPUv4 Versus Azure A100

Google TPUv4 Selectively Joins NVIDIA MLPerf Training 2.0

Google TPUv4 selectively joins in the NVIDIA MLPerf Training 2.0 effort dropping NVIDIA-only benchmark tests from 6 of 8 to 5 of 8

Graphcore BOW IPU Launched

The Graphcore BOW IPU offers solid incremental performance gains by leveraging new packaging technologies for higher clock speeds
Graphcore IPU POD256 Cover

Graphcore IPU-POD128 and IPU-POD256 Extend Scale

With the new Graphcore IPU-POD128 and IPU-POD256 the company is demonstrating its capability to scale its solution to larger cluster sizes
Graphcore GC200 Chip At Launch

Graphcore Colossus Mk2 IPU at Hot Chips 33

We get a deep dive into the Graphcore Colossus Mk2 IPU AI accelerator during the Hot Chips 33 (2021) presentation by the company
Inspur NF5488A5 GPU Tray Coming Out

Inspur MLPerf Training v1.0 Insights

We get a chance to chat with Inspur about its MLPerf Training v1.0 results and some of the trends happening in the industry
Graphcore IPU Machine M2000 With Heatsink

Graphcore Celebrates a Stunning Loss at MLPerf Training v1.0

We dig into the strange case where Graphcore celebrated a stunning performance and price/ performance loss to NVIDIA in MLPerf Training v1.0
Habana Labs Gaudi HLS 1 OAM System

MLPerf Training v1.0 Results Still NVIDIA Led but with 500W NVIDIA...

MLPerf Training v1.0 again is primarily a NVIDIA benchmarking exercise but we see a few other interesting results in the mix

Intel IPU is an Exotic Answer to the Industry DPU

The Intel IPU is the company's exotic answer to the industry-wide DPU effort to separate data center infrastructure and application layers

Hot Chips 33 Advance Program Launched

The Hot Chips 33 advance program has been launched and features a number of very interesting talks coming in a few months
Graphcore IPU Machine M2000 GC 200 Without Heatsink

Graphcore GC200 IPU Launch Very Cool but Glaring Omission

We have some very cool technology with the Graphcore GC200 IPU launch, however, there was a glaring omission in the launch that seemed shocking