Inside Advanced Scale Challenges|Friday, December 14, 2018
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New TI SoC Halves System Costs

Texas Instruments is challenging makers of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and targeting high-performance vertical markets with today's release of its Keystone-based 66AK2L06 System-on-Chip (SoC). The solution, which uses the JESD204B interface ...Full Article

HP Puts Memristors At The Heart Of A New Machine

It is not every day that a major IT company throws down the gauntlet to its peers and declares a new computing architecture that will wipe away current system ...Full Article

Flash Successor Delivers: Faster, Denser and Low-Power

Startup Crossbar emerges from stealth mode with a new class of flash memory that is substantially faster and more energy-efficient than existing NAND technology. More compact too: 1 TB ...Full Article

Intel Doubles Down on Microserver Biz

At a media event last week in San Francisco, chipmaker Intel Corp. outlined its datacenter strategy for the next few years. A chunk of the day's talks centered on ...Full Article

A Sobering Assessment of the Microserver Chip Market

Analyst David Kanter looks at the emergence of microservers and how the upcoming ARM chips will figure into that market. If you're an ARM licensee looking to make it ...Full Article

Intel’s New Atom S1200 Low-Power SoC Beats ARM To the 64-Bit Arena, But Can’t Handle Facebook Datacenter Workloads

At its announcement, Intel boasted that one of the 1200's 20 design wins even swapped out an ARM design for the new chip. The race for fledgling datacenter microserver market ...Full Article
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