The Second Coming of Neuromorphic Computing

Just a few years ago, the promise of ultra-low power, high performance computing was tied to the rather futuristic-sounding vision of a “brain chip” or neuromorphic processor, which could mimic the brain’s structure and processing ability in silicon—quickly learning and chewing on data as fast as it could be generated.


Lessons Learned, And The Year Ahead

The high end of the computing industry has always captivated us, and we still find the forces at work in the upper echelons of the datacenters of the world, and the hardware and software that is created to run the largest and most complex workloads found there, fascinating.