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Artificial intelligence advancements, highly complicated workloads, and an abundance of unstructured data are driving the data center Accelerator to evolve quickly. A data center accelerator is a hardware or software device that boosts a computer’s overall performance.
The Europe Data Center Accelerator Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Marvell Technology has announced that its 400G DR4 silicon photonics platform solution for data centers is now available in production. Silicon photonics is a critical enabling technology for meeting the demand for higher bandwidth at reduced costs, and it provides the foundation for technological advancement.
The Marvell 400G DR4 platform, which is based on silicon photonics technology, is assisting cloud data center architects in scaling cloud data center designs to meet the growing bandwidth requirements of new artificial intelligence and machine-learning applications.
Graphcore has announced next-generation AI accelerator chips as well as plans for a powerful supercomputer. Graphcore is working on accelerator chips that it claims will speed up AI system training while lowering power consumption. Graphcore unveiled its third-generation IPU, which is a two-layer wafer-on-wafer design.
The processor, dubbed “Bow,” delivers significant performance and power efficiency gains over its predecessor. Across major AI workloads, Bow offers up to a 40% improvement over its predecessor.
The company also revealed plans for a large system built on a new generation of its IPUs, dubbed the “Good computer.” G-Core Labs, a European cloud provider, wants to roll out Bow IPU-based cloud instances.
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