Chip titans Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. AMD, Nvidia Corporation NVDA and Micron Technology, Inc. MU are all presenting at the event. Nvidia executives are scheduled to discuss how AI is powering the enterprise data center and also delve into the company's latest products and technologies for gamers and creators. Related Link: Is Nvidia A Software Play? Nvidia slipped 2.51% to $166.94 and Micron ended 0.72% lower at $68.90. Computex 2022, a key global computing event organized in Taiwan, gets underway this week, as a hybrid event.
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AMD has finally taken the wraps off its upcoming Zen 4 processor generation, and the gloves off against the Intel Alder Lake architecture. Dr. Lisa Su took to the stage for the now-traditional AMD CEO
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"Linux 5.18 brings the controversial Intel Software Defined Silicon (SDSi) functionality, continued work on DG2/Alchemist Intel discrete graphics, continued Sapphire Rapids enablement work, Alder Lake N and DG2-G12 graphics additions, AMD EPYC performance optimizations, FreeSync Video Mode, Tesla Full-Self Drive (FSD) chip support, and much more. Linus Torvalds just released Linux 5.18 on-time as the newest stable kernel release.Torvalds wrote in today's brief v5.18 announcement , "No unexpected nasty surprises this last week, so here we go with the 5.18 release right on schedule. That obviously means that the merge window for 5.19 will open tomorrow, and I already have a few pull requests pending. Thank you everybody. I'd still like people to run boring old plain 5.18 just to check, before we start with the excitement of all the new features for the merge window.
Intel will discuss Meteor Lake, Arrow Lake, and 3D Foveros. Other prominent attendees with Hot Chips presentations include; AMD, Arm, Nvidia, Samsung, and Tesla.
When it comes to the Intel changes in Linux 5.19 among the expected material is IPI virtualization, Intel In-Field Scan "IFS" for spotting faulty silicon, Intel TDX, Arc Graphics DG2/Alchemist looking like it should be in decent shape finally with this kernel, and other enablement work (PCI ID additions, etc) for Raptor Lake and other upcoming processors/SoCs.Some of the expected Linux 5.19 changes include: Intel DG2/Alchemist graphics appears to be stable with Linux 5.19 set to expose the compute support to user-space, adding in production PCI IDs, and more. Of course, there is the possibility of last minute changes or Linus Torvalds finding objections if there are any code quality concerns, but below is the rough list of the items I found interesting in my "-next" monitoring over the past number of weeks.Linux 5.19 is set to bring more Apple M1 enablement work upstream, is particularly heavy on upcoming Intel CPU/GPU hardware enablement, has some AMD changes like SEV-SNP being finally upstreamed, performance work on exFAT and other file-systems, Zstd-compressed firmware support, and much more. Linux 5.19 might end up being the minimum recommended kernel version for these upcoming Intel discrete graphics cards, but we'll know for sure closer to launch. The Intel In-Field Scan (IFS) for spotting faulty silicon is being mainlined for help with data center testing and other scenarios around spotting hardware issues prior to production deployment or as hardware ages. Thunderbolt/USB4 XDomain lane bonding for faster performance when connecting two Intel Alder Lake systems via Thunderbolt.
Framework updates their reusable and upgradable laptop kits with the newest Intel Alder Lake mobile CPU for amazing processing power.
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This week's digest covers a bunch of interesting news related to a new Dev Channel build for Windows 11, Patch Tuesday shenanigans, the arrival of Teams in the Microsoft Store, and more.
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