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MLPerf Inference v2.1 Results with Lots of New AI Hardware

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The MLPerf Inference v2.1 results are out with lots of new hardware. NVIDIA and Intel previewed the H100 and Sapphire Rapids, Biren's GPU too

Arm v. Qualcomm the Video

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We have a video on the Arm lawsuit filed against Qualcomm around the IP at the heart of its Nuvia acquisition

Arm Sues Qualcomm over Nuvia IP Misappropriation and Trademark Infringement

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Arm is suing Qualcomm over its continued use of Nuvia IP after Nuvia's Architecture License Agreement was terminated. This is huge.
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Qualcomm AI Stack Aims to Achieve Parity with NVIDIA Intel and...

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The Qualcomm AI Stack aims to unify much of the AI developer experience across the breadth of the company's portfolio, similar to its peers
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MLPerf Inference V2.0 Results Discussion

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MLPerf Inference V2.0 is out. NVIDIA again dominates submissions and is now submitting select results for competitive silicon solutions
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MLPerf Inference v1.1 Released With a Modicum of Excitement

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MLPerf Inference v1.1 results are out and we try to generate a modicum of excitement about the submissions
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Qualcomm Cloud AI 100 AI Inference Card at Hot Chips 33

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At Hot Chips 33 we learned more about the Qualcomm Cloud AI 100 AI Inference card for lower power data center and edge inferencing

Hot Chips 33 Advance Program Launched

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The Hot Chips 33 advance program has been launched and features a number of very interesting talks coming in a few months

Arm Neoverse Brand Launched for Infrastructure Servers to Edge

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With a renewed push, the new Arm Neoverse is set to be a counterpart to Cortex as the infrastructure and data center brand. Arm is launching Neoverse with a diverse set of ecosystem partners and promises a 30% performance CAGR.

Hatch Mobile Gaming Running on Qualcomm Centriq 2400

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The Hatch mobile gaming service is backed by Qualcomm Centriq 2400 processors to allow mobile games to be run on ARM cores from the data center