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How AI Has Made Hardware Interesting Again
SiliconANGLE , November 14th, 2022
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has long been one of the world's largest consumers of supercomputing capacity. With computing power of more than 200 petaflops, or 200 billion floating-point operations per second, the U.S. Department of Energy-operated institution runs supercomputers from every major U.S. manufacturer.

For the past two years, that lineup has included two newcomers: Cerebras Systems Inc. and SambaNova Systems Inc. The two startups, which have collectively raised more than $1.8 billion in funding, are attempting to upend a market that has been dominated so far by off-the-shelf x86 central processing units and graphics processing units with hardware that's purpose-built for use in artificial intelligence model development and inference processing to run those models.

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