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Artificial Intelligence in Cloud and Enterprise Data Center Hardware – 2022 Data

With AI becoming infused into every application, cloud and enterprise data centers are being reshaped in the image of AI, with the increasing adoption of hardware specifically designed to handle the demands of this type of processing. 

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Intel takes on NVIDIA’s data center AI processor market leadership with its next-generation Habana chips

Intel’s introduction of its second-generation Habana artificial intelligence (AI) processors gives the company a realistic opportunity to carve out a larger portion of the AI processor pie and claim significant market share from NVIDIA.

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Artificial Intelligence in Cloud and Enterprise Data Center Hardware – 2022 Analysis

With AI becoming infused into every application, cloud and enterprise data centers are being reshaped in the image of AI, with the increasing adoption of hardware specifically designed to handle the demands of this type of processing.

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Omdia Market Radar: Quantum Computing 2022

Compares key vendors of quantum computing hardware, software, and platforms. Covers Alibaba, Baidu, ColdQuanta, D-Wave, Fujitsu, IBM, IonQ, Oxford Quantum Circuits, QC Ware, Quantinuum, Rigetti, Riverlane, Strangeworks, and Zapata.

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Quantum Computing Market – 1Q22 Data

Forecasts enterprise quantum computing market to 2030, when annual revenue reaches $5.3bn at a CAGR of 37.1% from 2019. Overall, the market will generate $20bn in cumulative revenue.

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Intel prepares for a world of custom silicon and an AI-centric future

Intel is massively increasing custom silicon foundry CAPEX, joining RISC-V International, buying Tower Semiconductor, and launching a new accelerator for silicon startups. What does this mean for semiconductors, AI, and rivals such as NVIDIA, AMD, Arm, and Qualcomm?

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