The chip is optimised for low-precision workloads with a range of machine learning and AI models, IBM says
As well as the 250Tbps Dunant cable, work is ongoing on the Equiano and Grace Hopper cables, connecting New York and South Africa to Europe
Scheme to distribute Dell devices to shools in most need begins this month
'Things that think want to link, and things that link want to think'
The new material can physically reconfigure itself as it processes and stores new information
Despite having committed to bold corporate climate agendas, tech giants have yet to put their weight behind action, finds report
The company says its new system is a leap ahead from previous technology
AMD expects more than 150 laptops to use Ryzen 5000-series CPUs this year
The new RTX 30 series GPUs will launch on over 70 laptops throughout the year
Computing takes a look at quantum computing as the concept continues to attract billions of dollars of investment across the globe, with some major breakthroughs being announced recently. Are we on the cusp of the technology becoming commercially viable?...
But Elon Musk says scientists got all the data they needed
Why one of my grandchildren will be getting a smartwatch this year
Boson sampling device can accomplish a specific task in 200 seconds that would take the most powerful supercomputer 600 million years
AI-enhanced tools promise safety and efficiency gains in industrial settings, but privacy campaigners fear mission creep
Coronavirus recovery meant growth was up compared to the second quarter
Many of the tools you need can be downloaded for free, says Intel
Dr Andrew Fearnside, senior associate attorney specialising in quantum technology at patent law firm Mewburn Ellis LLP, outlines the latest investments in quantum computing, explains how it all works and why we should be excited
Critical infrastructure and systems such as GPS rely on time-keeping mechanisms that are far too easily subverted or prone to error
Any organisation looking to make the leap to cloud storage needs to understand the risk of data degrading or being inaccessible
The supercomputer will be the second most powerful in Japan and sixth most powerful worldwide
DHL, Accenture and Lloyds are just a few of the firms using StorageOS’s software-defined cloud-native storage
The new cards provide 'up to double' the performance of AMD's previous-gen flagship cards
After looking at the history of the mainframe, how you're using it, why you might replace it and how to do so, we're now asking - how do you bring it all together?
The cheapest model starts at £699 in the UK