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Amazon's cloud unit launches new chips to take on Intel, Nvidia

Nov 30 (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc's (AMZN.O) cloud computing unit on Tuesday introduced two new custom computing chips aimed at helping its customers beat the cost of using chips from Intel Corp (INTC.O) and Nvidia Corp (NVDA.O). With $45.37 billion in sales in 2020, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the...
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Amazon’s cloud division unveils custom chips to take on Intel, Nvidia

The cloud computing unit of Amazon.com Inc has reportedly launched two custom computing chips, as competitors for the ones offered by Nvidia Corp and Intel Corp, in terms of cost-effectiveness. Amazon recently unveiled the third generation of its Graviton chip that has been developed to compete with central processors from...
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Amazon takes on Intel, AMD, & Nvidia with custom computing chips

Competing with the long-running Intel vs AMD vs Nvidia central processors rivalry, Amazon came out with its 3rd-gen Graviton chip and Trn1. AWS claims the new chipsets will help customers significantly improve performance, cost, and energy efficiency. When Amazon acquired Annapurna Labs in 2016, the tech giant was seriously evaluating...
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Amazon’s cloud unit launches new chips to compete with Intel and Nvidia

Nov 30 (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc’s cloud computing unit unveiled two new custom computing chips on Tuesday aimed at helping customers beat the cost of using products from Intel Corp and Nvidia Corp. With $ 45.37 billion in sales in 2020, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s largest cloud...
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Unlocking 360-degree visibility: a breakthrough in customer data and influence

Shane Lenton, CUE | Olivia Carr, Shhh Silk | Cheol Kim, Intel Corp | Regan Yan, Digital Alchemy | Justin Theng, SAS. We’re preaching to the converted when it comes to the importance of retail data. Though recent breakthroughs are enabling retailers one single view of the customer. Both off and online behaviours can be married to complete a 360 degree lens on consumers – and this looks set to change the game. With access to this level of insight more accurate real time predictions can be attained and influence deepens. With these new opportunities in mind, we’re taking a deep data dive for this upcoming RetailUP episode - ensuring retailers and the wider ‘NORA’ community can seize the benefits of this new realm of visibility. The discussion will include a focus on: -The importance of creating a single view of customer -Analytics beyond marketing – and the impact -Real-time decisioning – the lever for deeper influence.
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Samsung tipped to pick Texas for advanced plant

TAYLOR INVESTMENT: The new plant would augment Samsung’s presence in the US state, where it has invested about US$17 billion to date on a sprawling complex. Samsung Electronics Co is to build an advanced US chip plant in Texas as US President Joe Biden’s administration prioritizes supply chain security and greater semiconductor capacity on US soil.
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Reliance shares drop after company halts $15 billion Aramco deal

Shares of Reliance Industries fell 4.2% on Monday as India’s largest firm halted a stake sale in its oil-to-chemicals business to Saudi Arabia’s Aramco and pulled back from a potential spinoff of its most profitable unit. The move to monetize its oil business two years ago by selling a 20%...
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