How are microprocessors changing our world and how are they influencing data center strategy and design?
Chips remain the most critical technology to the world’s economy. The steady supply of chips was thrown into disarray in recent years during the global microchip shortage. With signs that this is now starting to ease, further uncertainty been caused by geopolitical tensions. Simultaneously, there have been huge advancements in microchip processing power.
During this broadcast, speakers will consider the evolution of the microchip industry, and what this means for data processing. From trends in the semiconductor market to supercomputing and the democratization of chip design, experts will debate what developments mean for the future of data centers, and how they can prepare.
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Fireside Chat: Chips in 2022 - what's happening and what's on the horizon?
Catch up on the topic so far...
Report: White House "strongly discouraged" Intel plan to alleviate chip shortage with Chinese expansion
As the Biden Administration dangles lucrative incentives
IBM debuts 127-qubit Eagle quantum processor, says it can't be simulated on a classical supercomputer
And the company teases the IBM Quantum System Two
Maker of the world's largest chip gets bigger
Likely exclusive to its cloud platform
Could help lead to diskless server architectures
Hopes to compete with similar efforts in the US, China, South Korea, and Taiwan
Data center growth threatened by supply chain issues
Just like Google, Facebook expands its silicon ambitions