Intel to acquire Israeli cloud optimisation startup Granulate

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Intel to acquire Israeli cloud optimisation startup Granulate. Image Credit: Intel
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Intel to acquire Israeli cloud optimisation startup Granulate. Image Credit: Intel

Intel and Granulate are currently working together on workload optimisation on Xeon under a commercial partnership

Chip giant Intel announced on Thursday that it has entered an agreement to acquire Granulate, a Tel Aviv-based company that specialises in developing real-time continuous optimisation software. ...

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