Groq’s chip architecture is something all electrical engineers will drool over. It not only focuses on high-performance computing (HPC), artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML), but it can do 1 PetaOp—1 quadrillion operations per second. “Which is four commas, not three... yeah,” Groq’s CEO Jonathan Ross emphasizes while confirming it is indeed 300X faster than NVIDIA’s chip. This “successful college dropout” designed Google’s TPU (tensor processing unit) and came up with $10B ideas at X - the moonshot factory, but “never in a million years” thought he’d be Groq’s CEO.
March 29, 2022 by Daniel Bogdanoff
Last week the NVIDIA-Arm deal fell through, but it left us some questions to answer. What were the controversies and issues standing in the way? What did NVIDIA hope to gain? Where does that leave Arm?
February 15, 2022 by Tyler Charboneau
The push for autonomous vehicles has seen a lot of momentum for 2021. Aiming to keep it going is a new AI chip from Kneron that claims to bring the capacity for autonomous driving capabilities to any vehicle.
November 08, 2021 by Jake Hertz
Aiming to address applications like AI, graphics processing, and networking ASICs, Maxim Integrated is tackling the demand for scalable high-density power with a multiphase buck & coupled inductor solution.
August 23, 2021 by Adrian Gibbons
Making robots more human-like could be a necessary hurdle to cross, especially concerning motion control and planning. What are places like MIT and Mitsubishi trying to accomplish with the right algorithms?
July 24, 2021 by Antonio Anzaldua Jr.