Meta and NVIDIA join forces to build large-scale AI research supercomputer

Meta Platforms has fully endorsed NVIDIA, choosing NVIDIA's advanced technology for what promises to be the most powerful research system ever built. The recently released AI Research Supercluster (RSC) is already training new models to advance AI. When fully deployed, Meta's RSC is expected to be the largest NVIDIA DGX A100 guest system.

Currently, the new AI supercomputer has deployed 760 NVIDIA DGX A100 systems as its compute nodes. A total of 6080 NVIDIA A100 GPUs, connected via NVIDIA Quantum 200Gb/s InfiniBand network, can provide 1895 petaflops of TF32 computing performance.

Penguin Computing is the partner responsible for RSC delivery in the NVIDIA Partner Network. In addition to 760 DGX A100 systems and InfiniBand networking, Penguin provides Meta with management services and AI infrastructure optimization, including an Altus system with 46PB of cache.

TDK develops automotive series common mode filter

TDK Corporation (TSE:6762) has developed the KCZ1210DH series of common mode filters for automotive applications. This series provides noise control for automotive high-speed differential transmission signal lines and is available in a 1210 case size (1.25 x 1.0 x 0.5 mm). Mass production will begin in February 2022.

The increase in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) has led to a rapidly growing demand for forward-sensing cameras and surround-view monitors. Common mode filters are used in autonomous vehicle camera signal lines as anti-noise products. In order to process large-capacity video signals, the signal transmission rate will continue to increase to build a safe and reliable autonomous driving system.

This product supports high-speed signals with transfer rates exceeding 10 Gbps. In addition, it helps to control the noise in the GHz band due to the increase in speed. By supporting an operating temperature range of -55 ºC to +125 ºC and employing conductive resin-based electrodes, it can control product cracking due to thermal shock while improving durability to mechanical stresses such as substrate strain. Dimensions are 1.25 (L) x 1.0 (W) x 0.5 mm (H), saving board installation space.

ASRock Releases DeskMeet Series

ASRock released 6206 Bull and X30 series DeskMeet62000 with Intel's latest generation Intel 12th Generation™ processors, DeskMeet X300 can support AMD's full range of AM4 desktop processors, providing excellent high-series load multitasking capabilities.

DeskMeet is extended based on the ITX platform. Initially, for DeskMeet as the host, the cable was specially designed for the host. Bring better communication effect to the system. DeskMe makes it easier to disassemble and install, and uses several possible components, and the interior also easily provides space for users to upgrade equipment in the future and upgrade needs of users.

This article is compiled from TDK NVIDIA ASRock Technology
Reviewing Editor: Peng Jing

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