Items tagged with Hot Chips

"Hot Chips" sounds like a nice side dish, but is in fact a technological symposium held yearly in Silicon Valley. It's a place for processor vendors to talk about their latest innovations, and while branded-and-shipping products generally don't get announced there like they do at Computex or CES, companies like AMD... Read more...
It won't be long before Intel formally launches its upcoming Tiger Lake mobile CPUs. In the meantime, the company has been sharing more information about Tiger Lake, first during its Architecture Day 2020 event last week, and more recently at the Hot Chips symposium. One of the things to spill out of the latter is a... Read more...
Around this time last year, Intel talked a lot about artificial intelligence and also its Lakefield SoC, the industry's first product with Foveros 3D stacking and IA hybrid computing architecture, during the Hot Chips symposium. And this year? Intel is planning more than half a dozen talks at Hot Chips, which will... Read more...
It is going to be an interesting second half of the year for AMD, and the technology sector in general. AMD is getting ready to announce new Ryzen 3000 series desktop CPUs based on its third generation Zen 2 architecture, along with an accompanying X570 chipset. It's also planning to finally launch its Navi GPU... Read more...
NVIDIA has been rather tight-lipped when it comes to revealing details about its next-generation graphic cards. The current generation GeForce GTX 10 Series, which is based on Pascal architecture, is two years old at this point and ready for a replacement.  Although rumors surrounding the official launch of the... Read more...
Researchers at Princeton University recently showed off a 25-core processor they designed specifically for data centers. It's called "Piton," named after the metal spikes rock climbers hammer into cracks or seams of mountainsides to anchor their position, and it's built after a scalable architecture that could boost... Read more...
At Hot Chips 22 today, AMD will be discussing new details of its Bobcat and Bulldozer processors—but don't be surprised if some of the new information sounds familiar. With the exception of a few tidbits on Bobcat's architecture and a new Bulldozer block diagram, much of what the company discussed with us recently... Read more...