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The emergence of the data center accelerator sector is credited with the rise in parallel computing in Artificial Intelligence (AI) data centers. The data center accelerator market is growing due to the rising need for AI in data centers, increased offering of machine learning by organizations around the world, and rising demand for consumer-driven data and application performance enhancement.
The Japan 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.
The New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) of Japan will fund initiatives aimed at making data centers greener and more efficient, such as optoelectronics, power-saving CPUs, and cheaper silicon carbide semiconductors.
It also intends to research and develop novel accelerators and optical smart NIC technologies. These innovations, according to NEDO, might help data centers become more energy-efficient without compromising performance.
The development of low-power consumption accelerators and disaggregation technologies will be a priority for NEC Corporation. Fujitsu will be at the forefront in the development of low-power CPUs and photonics smart NICs for next-generation green data centers.
With the ultimate goal of producing a more sustainable society via innovation, the Fujitsu Group seeks to strengthen the development of advanced computing and networks technologies that play a crucial role in society’s digital infrastructure, as well as promote the adoption of comprehensive solutions globally.
Mitsui Group of Japan is teaming up with Fidelity Investments to create hyperscale data centers in Tokyo and Osaka. Colt Data Center Services, which is owned by Fidelity, will administer these data centers, which will nearly quadruple the company’s capacity to 140MW.
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