How Intel Plans to Compete with NVIDIA in the Deep Learning Space

Will IBM, ARMH, and AMD Challenge Intel in the Data Center Space? PART 6 OF 6 By Paige Tanner  | Sep 6, 2016 4:10 pm EDT NVIDIA a competition to Intel in deep learning In the previous part of the series, we saw that Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) was looking to make a comeback in the PC (personal computer) and data center market with Zen. Even IBM (IBM) and ARM Holdings (ARMH) are trying their hands at the high-margin data center market. These companies will all be releasing competitive server chips in mid-2017, but NVIDIA (NVDA) is currently in competition with Intel (INTC). NVIDIA’s GPUs impact server CPU market Although NVIDIA’s GPUs (graphics processing unit) aren’t direct competition to Intel’s x-86 server chips, they’ve reduced demand. In an interview with The…


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