GPU titan Nvidia doubled down on generative AI, unveiling new chips, server designs, and software to fill out its ecosystem of artificial intelligence hardware and systems design products.
Stories by Jon Gold
Five Arm-dependent semiconductor manufacturers including Qualcomm, NXP, and Infineon are launching a RISC-V joint venture.
CoreWeave, a specialised, AI-focused cloud provider offering high performance compute services, has landed a whopping $2.3 billion in debt financing from several private equity firms.
Enterprises are under pressure to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, and IBM’s newest offering for its cloud dashboard makes it easier for customers to track carbon emissions tied to their cloud workloads.
Four of the biggest companies working with generative AI unveiled plans to form an umbrella industry group to assuage safety and regulatory concerns about the still-evolving technology.
One of the first Wi-Fi 7 routers targeting the enterprise will go on sale in the fourth quarter of 2024.
Aiming for more public cloud customers, Akamai opens three new data centre POPs and plans more to come.
OpenAI is reportedly under additional legal scrutiny, as the US Federal Trade Commission asks the company to give detailed explanations of its business practices.
Broadcom’s bid to buy up VMware clears a key regulatory hurdle with the conditional approval of EU authorities.
One of the world’s oldest, and biggest, computing trade associations has issued a call for responsible generative AI development.
The latest AI-related copyright lawsuits target OpenAI, again, as well as Meta, in a potentially critical case for artificial intelligence development.
A lack of cutting-edge 5G chips, reseller uptake, and integration challenges will slow the growth of private cellular network use over the next two years, according to IDC.
Worldwide spending on public cloud services reached US$545.8 billion in 2022, new data from IDC says.
Stock photo giant Shutterstock said today that it will offer a legal indemnity to customers using a newly released AI image generation product.
The US Department of Commerce could ban Amazon, Microsoft and Google from selling AI-related cloud computing services to Chinese companies, a new report said.
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