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HPE acquires Determined AI, an innovative machine learning platform

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced the acquisition of Determined AI, a fledgling company that promotes a powerful and robust software stack to accelerate the learning of AI models at any scale, built on an open source machine learning platform.

HPE expects to combine its unique Determined AI software solution with its leading AI and high performance computing (HPC) offerings to enable machine learning professionals to easily implement machine learning models across virtually all industries.

Building and training optimized machine learning models at scale is considered the most challenging and critical step in machine learning, and increasingly requires familiarity with HPC researchers and academics to successfully complete it. These include properly configuring and managing a highly parallel software ecosystem and infrastructure spanning specialized computing, storage, and accelerators. In addition, users need to efficiently program, plan, and train their models to make the most of the highly specialized infrastructure they have built. This complicates the solution of the problem and decreases productivity.

Determined AI, an open source machine learning learning platform, closes this gap to help researchers and academics focus on innovation and accelerate its adoption while eliminating the complexity and cost associated with machine learning development. This includes making it easy to install, configure, manage and share AI workstations or clusters that run on-premises or in the cloud.

The Determined AI team will join the HPE High Performance Computing (HPC) and Mission Critical Solutions (MCS) Business Group. The financial side of the deal was not disclosed.

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The first smartphone based on Dimensity 9000+ will receive 200-watt charging. Details about iQOO 10

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The first smartphone based on Dimensity 9000 will receive 200 watt

According to the latest information released by trusted source Digital Chat Station, the iQOO 10 will be the first phone based on the single cryo-published Dimensity 9000+ system.

The Mediatek platform was only announced last week as an improved version of the Dimensity 9000. It has a slight CPU and GPU performance boost, as well as some improvements. The high-performance Cortex-X2 core operates at clock speeds up to 3.2GHz. The Taiwanese manufacturer promised that the first devices with this platform will be released in the third quarter.

The first smartphone based on Dimensity 9000+ will receive 200-watt charging.  Details about iQOO 10

According to previous reports, iQOO 10 should also use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 2 SoC. It seems that iQOO is going to release two versions of the new flagships, offering the customer the choice.

The iQOO 10 is also expected to support 200W ultra-fast charging technology, which will fully charge the battery in just 12 minutes. This will be a new record.

The iQOO 10 will reportedly use a side-curved LTPO 2K screen with 120Hz refresh rate support and a large-area ultrasonic fingerprint under the screen. The main camera will be 50 megapixels.

Digital Chat Station was the first to accurately announce the specifications and release dates of Redmi K50 and Xiaomi 12.

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Unparalleled detail. New details and teaser of 200-megapixel Motorola

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Unparalleled detail New details and teaser of 200 megapixel Motorola

According to the latest information published by well-known Chinese insider Digital Chat Station, Motorola’s new flagship will be equipped with a triple main camera with a 200MP main image sensor. Additionally, there will be a 50-megapixel ultra-wide-angle module and a 12-megapixel camera for portrait shots.

Unparalleled detail.  New details and teaser of 200-megapixel Motorola

This flagship will not have a telephoto lens, but this will not prevent him from getting the title of the world’s first smartphone equipped with a 200-megapixel camera. It will use a 200-megapixel Samsung HP1 1/1.22-inch optical sensor with 0.64µm pixels. The technology of combining information from adjacent pixels will also allow you to take pictures with a resolution of 50 and 12.5 megapixels. The phone will support 8K video recording at 30 frames per second.

A new teaser of the smartphone has also been published, which says that it will allow you to receive images with unprecedented detail.

Unparalleled detail.  New details and teaser of 200-megapixel Motorola

The flagship, codenamed Motorola Frontier, will debut as the world’s first device powered by Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1. It will be launched in global markets as the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra. The device is rumored to feature a 6.8-inch FHD+ display with a 144Hz refresh rate and a 60MP front-facing camera. The smartphone will receive 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM, up to 256 GB of UFS 3.1 flash memory and a 5000 mAh battery with support for 68 W fast charging.

The smartphone should be presented in July. Digital Chat Station was the first to accurately announce the specifications and release dates of Redmi K50 and Xiaomi 12.

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The new Apple M2-based MacBook Pro has half the SSD speed of last year’s Apple M1-based NGA model

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The new Apple M2 based MacBook Pro has half the SSD

Following the release of Apple’s new 13-inch MacBook Pro based on the Apple M2, the $1,300 base model with a 256GB SSD was found to have significantly slower read/write speeds compared to the equivalent previous generation model.

YouTube channel Max Tech and Created Tech tested this version with the Blackmagic Disk Speed ​​Test app and found that the SSD read and write speeds are about 1450 MB/s, which is about 50% slower when reading and about 30% slower when writing. compared to a 13-inch Apple M1-based MacBook Pro with a 256GB SSD.

The new Apple M2-based MacBook Pro has half the SSD speed of last year's Apple M1-based NGA model

Max Tech results:

  • 13″ MacBook Pro (M1/256GB) Read Speed: 2900
  • 13″ MacBook Pro (M2/256GB) Read speed: 1446
  • 13″ MacBook Pro (M1/256 GB) Write speed: 2215
  • 13″ MacBook Pro (M2/256 GB) Write speed: 1463

Upon disassembly, the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with 256 GB of memory was found to have only one NAND flash chip, while the previous model had two NAND chips of 128 GB each. This difference probably explains why the new model has a slower SSD: multiple NAND chips in parallel provide faster speeds.

Perhaps this decision is due to lower costs and / or lack of components. Apple has not yet commented on the situation.

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