Google TPU vs. Nvidia V100
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Google as the GPU maker? GPU => Google Processing Unit?
Google 'Cloud TPU' takes machine learning lead from Tesla V100
Tyson on 18 May 2017, 10:01
Nvidia Building it's Own AI Supercomputer
Nvidia is building its own AI Supercomputer that it predicts will be in the top 5 world wide.Quote:Jensen Huang, Nvidia CEO, took to the stage at Supercomputing 2017 to announce that the company is also developing its own AI supercomputer for its autonomous driving program. Nvidia projects its ...
NVIDIA DGX-1 Supercomputer Shreds Geekbench With 8 Tesla V100 GPUs, 960 TFLOPs Of Compute
Quote:The DGX-1 is a server unit that packs in 8 of the company's ultra-powerful Tesla V100s, delivering a peak 960 TFLOPS of half-precision performance. Nonetheless, it's not surprising to see 8x V100s slaughter 4x P100, but it's still just an awesome thing to see. It's also interesting to...
NVIDIA Tesla V100 tested: near unbelievable GPU power
Quote:AMD might have just launched their new Vega GPU architecture with a slew of Vega-based products (Radeon Vega, Radeon RX Vega, Radeon Pro WX, and Radeon Instinct) but the real king is NVIDIA's now months-old Volta GPU architecture.We don't hear much about NVIDIA's Volta GPU architectu...
AMD details its Radeon Instinct MI25 with 16GB HBM2
Quote:AMD has detailed its upcoming Radeon Instinct graphics cards, Radeon Instinct MI25 features 4096 stream processors, 12.3 TFLOPs of FP32 compute performance (24.6 TFLOPs of FP16 compute perf.), 16GB of HBM2 that provides 484GB/sec of memory bandwidth. All of this fits on a dual-slot c...
Nvidia's Monstrous Volta GPU appears
Nvidia's monstrous Volta GPU appears, packed with 21 billion transistors and 5,120 coresTaking the wind out of Radeon Vega's sails.Brad Chacos SENIOR EDITOR, PCWORLD | MAY 10, 2017 11:09 AM PT Spoile...
Tesla V100 Volta GPU comes with a whopping 21B transistor, 815mm^2 chip
Yes it is 21B transistor chip with 815mm die chip. So big JHH say he is lucky to get a fully functional chip out of an entire wafer.
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