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[Herald Interview] Why Korean Chip Engineers Should Watch the Next-Gen Standard

[Herald Interview] Why Korean Chip Engineers Should Watch the Next-Gen Standard

Richard Solomon, PCI-SIG Vice President (PCI-SIG) More and more servers require faster semiconductor speeds in high-performance computing technologies, to meet the growing demand for big data analysis and autonomous mobility. But a disparity in transfer speed between processors and memory chips has long been an obstacle to improving computer system performance, often creating a network …

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[Herald Interview] Why Korean Chip Engineers Should Watch the Next-Gen Standard

[Herald Interview] Why Korean Chip Engineers Should Watch the Next-Gen Standard

Richard Solomon, PCI-SIG Vice President (PCI-SIG) More and more servers require faster semiconductor speeds in high-performance computing technologies, to meet the growing demand for big data analysis and autonomous mobility. But a disparity in transfer speed between processors and memory chips has long been an obstacle to improving computer system performance, often creating a network …

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Power-efficient Edge AI processing targets next-gen HMI

Power-efficient Edge AI processing targets next-gen HMI

Members box download this article in PDF format. We’ve been steeped in traditional human-machine interface (HMI) methods for so long that adding artificial intelligence (AI) and edge computing necessitates a fine-tuning of our knowledge base. In the past, an HMI consisted of a physical control panel with push buttons, switches, trackballs, and LEDs that allowed …

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AMD RDNA 3 "Radeon RX 7000" GPUs Reportedly Achieve Clock Speeds Near 4GHz, Refined Adaptive Power Management and Next-Gen Infinity Cache Confirmed

AMD RDNA 3 “Radeon RX 7000” GPUs Reportedly Achieve Clock Speeds Near 4GHz, Refined Adaptive Power Management and Next-Gen Infinity Cache Confirmed

AMD’s next-generation RDNA 3 GPUs featured on the Radeon RX 7000 could reach clock speeds of nearly 4 GHz according to the latest rumors. AMD RDNA 3 “Radeon RX 7000” GPUs Could Be the First Chips to Achieve Near-4GHz Clock Speeds, Rumor Has It The rumor comes in the form of a tweet posted by …

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