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Artificial Intelligence Requires a Fresh Look at Power Optimization

March 7, 2018
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Artificial Intelligence Requires a Fresh Look at Power Optimization

The huge gains in processing performance achieved in recent years have begun to unlock the vast potential of artificial intelligence (AI), propelling it from nascent technology enabling image and speech recognition applications

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Power-on-Package Enables High Efficiency in Gyoukou Supercomputer

November 17, 2017
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Power-on-Package Enables High Efficiency in Gyoukou Supercomputer

At SC17 this week, ExaScaler and PEZY Computing unveiled their Gyoukou supercomputer, which uses our innovative Power-on-Package technology.

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How “Point of Load”​ VRs are no Longer at the Point of Load for CPUs and GPUs

How “Point of Load”​ VRs are no Longer at the Point of Load for CPUs and GPUs

Point of Load (PoL) was coined to describe a decentralized power architecture scheme where the power regulators are placed (as the name suggests) near the point of load

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Vicor-Powered ExaScaler/PEZY ZettaScaler-1.8 Super Computer Video

November 25, 2016
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Vicor-Powered ExaScaler/PEZY ZettaScaler-1.8 Super Computer Video

Our DC-DC conversion technology formed a critical piece of the technology that enabled the ExaScaler/PEZY ZettaScaler-1.8 Super Computer to achieve an unprecedented performance density of 1.5 PetaFLOPS/m3.

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Vicor Components Power the World’s First Super Computer with a Performance Density of 1.5 PetaFLOPS/m3

November 17, 2016
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Vicor Components Power the World’s First Super Computer with a Performance Density of 1.5 PetaFLOPS/m3

At SC16 yesterday, ExaScaler and PEZY Computing unveiled the ZettaScaler-1.8, the first Super Computer to achieve a performance density of 1.5 PetaFLOPS/m3 (Rpeak).

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How Vicor is Transforming Datacenters from 12V to 48V

How Vicor is Transforming Datacenters from 12V to 48V

Announcements by Google at the OpenPOWER Summit and the Open Compute Project (OCP) U.S. Summit are recent industry proof points of a shift to 48V server and infrastructure.

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In 48 V Power Systems, the Fewer Components, the Better

July 29, 2016
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In 48 V Power Systems, the Fewer Components, the Better

As engineers, we’re always looking for an elegant solution. Although project managers seem to judge us on the number of components we add to a schematic, we know that the most effective way to overcome a design challenge generally looks the simplest when it is complete. The Vicor 48 V Direct to CPU solution is no exception

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