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    1. May

      1. | MZV.sk

        State Secretary Brockova: “The potential for enhancing economic cooperation with China is high. I am glad that Slovak companies are introducing themselves at the Expo Xian.”

        The 5th year of the Expo Xian is taking place from 11 to 15 May 2021 in the capital of the Shaanxi province. Top level officials of the province and dozens of Chinese companies and institutions representing the automotive industry, the energy industry, transport and logistics, international trade, the sector of health care and health technology, and the food industry will take part in the conference. From Slovakia, the companies ZSSK CARGO, Metrans, Budamar, DB Biotech, Tachyum, Chirana IPM, the A.EN. Group, Ecocapsule, VRM, Chemosvit, Rona, Lyra, Rajo, and others, will introduce themselves.

      2. | MarTech Series

        Tachyum Ramps Up Worldwide Marketing Efforts With Hiring of Two New Executives

        Tachyum Inc. announced the hiring of Rob Reiner as Product Marketing Director and Miriam Madrova as Marketing Communications Manager. The two newly-created positions will help in the positioning and messaging of the company’s Prodigy Universal Processor ahead of its delivery to worldwide markets later this year.

      3. | Yahoo! Finance

        Tachyum Ramps Up Worldwide Marketing Efforts With Hiring of Two New Executives

        Tachyum™ Inc. today announced the hiring of Rob Reiner as Product Marketing Director and Miriam Madrova as Marketing Communications Manager. Reiner, who is positioned in Tachyum’s U.S. offices, is an innovative leader with experience defining, developing, and marketing advanced semiconductor and system technologies and solutions for the server and embedded markets. Madrova has 20 years of managerial experience in the fields of marketing communication, corporate affairs, public relations, CSR and public sector.

      4. | HPC Wire

        Tachyum CEO Discusses Benefits of Homogenous Architectures at HPC User Forum

        “Different approaches to HPC workloads provide different pros and cons,” said Danilak. “Rather than make users choose which approach best satisfies their use case and accept the deficiencies that particular method may impose, we are suggesting they implement a solution backed by the Prodigy Universal Processor to enable computing systems that inherently unify CPU, GPGPU HPC, TPU/GPGPU AI inference and training workloads with Explainable, Bio, General, Spiking and Deep Learning AI.”

    2. April

      1. | EnterpriseAI

        Tachyum Joins GAIA-X to Help Develop Next-Generation European Data Infrastructures

        Tachyum has announced its membership in GAIA-X, an EU-based initiative designed to create a unified ecosystem of cloud and data services. The company plans to provide underlying hardware to GAIA-X, based on the Tachyum Prodigy Universal Processor, which will make European data centers some of the most cost- and power-efficient in the world.

      2. | Smart2zero

        'Universal' processor integrates CPU, GPU, and TPU capabilities

        AI supercomputer company Tachyum has unveiled what it says is the world’s first universal processor - a single processor that delivers industry leading performance for data center, AI, and HPC workloads.

      3. | Yahoo! Finance

        SYLEX Brings Expertise in Fiber Optic Interconnect Solutions to I4DI Consortium

        SYLEX, a world-class ODM of high-quality optical interconnect solutions and fiber optics sensing/monitoring solutions, has joined the Innovations for Digital Infrastructure (I4DI), a partnership of innovative global technology leaders that are developing European-based supercomputing solutions to advance the region’s capabilities in solving the performance, power and efficiency issues challenging the industry today.

      4. | Electronic Media

        Tachyum releases Motherboard Emulation for its Prodigy Processor FPGA Prototype to Manufacturing

        Tachyum Inc. sent the motherboard emulation prototype of its Prodigy Universal Processor FPGA prototype to manufacturing, which, when returned, will be plugged into its recently completed field-programmable gate array (FPGA) emulation Prodigy Processor boards to create a fully functional system, bringing Prodigy one step closer to delivery later this year.

    3. March

      1. | EnterpriseAI

        Tachyum Releases Motherboard Emulation for its Prodigy Processor FPGA Prototype to Manufacturing

        With this most-recent milestone, Tachyum’s systems team is switching its focus on porting virtualization. Progress to-date includes successful porting of Linux 5.10, including Tachyum Interrupt Controller (TIC), inter-processor interrupts (IPI), and running with Symmetric Multiprocessing System (SMP) enabled. The Linux bootloader is being ported, and closes the chain from UEFI.

      2. | HPC Wire

        Tachyum Releases Motherboard Emulation for its Prodigy Processor FPGA Prototype to Manufacturing

        The Prodigy FPGA motherboard contains IP that Tachyum purchased from third parties, such as PCIE 5.0 and other peripherals. Among the included technologies are 112Gb coherent chip-to-chip communication, BMC, TPM, Ethernet, UART, USB and all other chips necessary to make a complete and fully functional server system. Tachyum will provide all necessary drivers for its peripherals and I/O.

      3. | The Slovak Spectator

        US-Slovak tech company tests its ultra-low energy consumption processor

        The processor should help data centres improve their performance and energy consumption.

      4. | Technology Reseller

        Tachyum unveils Prodigy Universal Processor FPGA Emulation Prototype Prodigy Universal Processor Chip will reduce data centre costs for hyperscalers up to 4-times

        “With each step completed and each milestone achieved, we get closer and closer to delivering a system that many thought would be years away from reality, if not completely impossible.”

      5. | TechRadar Pro

        This US Startup is about to release a universal CPU that could threaten Intel, AMD, and Nvidia

        Tachyum universal processor is tipped to revolutionize large-scale computing…

      6. | Electronic Specifier

        Tachyum unveils Prodigy Universal Processor Prototype

        …The hardware emulator consists of multiple FPGA and IO boards connected by cables in a rack. The processor cores FPGA board size is 14.5 inches by 16 inches (368.3mm x 406.4mm). The 24-layer board is 0.110 inches thick (2.8mm) and has 5,948 components on the printed circuit board (PCB) on both sides…

      7. | EDACafe

        Rado Danilak, CEO Tachyum, in the interview for EDACafe

        Dr. Rado Danilak is talking about Tachyum and its world first universal processor Prodigy, which was designed to replace the majority of existing chips provisioned in hyperscale (cloud) data centers, offering significant improvements in performance, energy consumption, server utilization and space requirements. Dr. Danilak explained the dark side of digitalization and why we need powerful and efficient systems if we want the digitalization evolution to continue. He answered questions about Prodigy development progress and also personal questions what he likes to do in his spare time.

      8. | HPC Wire

        Tachyum Nears Design Completion with 99 Percent of Layout Completed

        …Tachyum’s ability to achieve Prodigy’s 99 percent completion with a stable netlist layout and Clock Tree Synthesis (CTS) implemented is a last netlist milestone before final netlist and its tape-out…

      9. | Yahoo! Finance

        Tachyum Nears Design Completion with 99 Percent of Layout Completed

        …Tachyum’s Prodigy can run HPC applications, convolutional AI, explainable AI, general AI, bio-AI, and spiking neural networks, plus normal data center workloads, on a single homogeneous processor platform, using existing standard programming models…

    4. February

      1. | TechRadar Pro

        This Intel and Nvidia rival can run everything from hyperscale data centers to your web hosting

        …Chip giant Tachyum has launched a live production website powered by its home-brewed Prodigy processor, which can already run Artificial Intelligence (AI) and high-performance computing (HPC) workloads…

      2. | EnterpriseAI

        Tachyum Emulation Platform Begins Live Web Hosting

        …Danilak.com, a website featuring information about Tachyum and its founder and CEO Dr. Radoslav Danilak, has switched to the Tachyum emulation platform. This is the first public demonstration indicating that Prodigy’s software stack is nearing production quality and a testament to the quality of Tachyum’s software and hardware that the company intends to utilize it for its in-house needs…

      3. | HPC Wire

        Tachyum Emulation Platform Begins Live Web Hosting

        …Prodigy software emulation system is now available to partners for evaluation, development and debugging of larger software stacks. This additional testing will show customers that Prodigy is well-positioned for deployment in production-quality web servers at product launch later this year…

      4. | Cloud7

        InoCloud joins the Innovations for Digital Infrastructure

        …InoCloud’s technology and complete software security for the data center of the future further enables I4DI to build a modern, cost-effective cloud infrastructure in Slovakia to support the latest industry trends throughout the region…

      5. | Capacity Media

        InoCloud joins the Innovations for Digital Infrastructure partnership

        …InoCloud joins a growing roster of I4DI members, including founding companies PosAm, Towercom, IPM Group and Tachyum, and partners Seagate, VNET and World Wide Technology Inc. (WWT).I4DI constitutes a partnership with Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAV), Ministry of Investment, Regional Development and Informatization (MIRRI), within the National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC)…

    5. January

      1. | HPC Wire

        VNET Joins Europe-based HPC Tech Partnership I4DI

        …VNET joins a growing roster of I4DI members, including founding companies PosAm, Towercom and Tachyum, and a newer partner Seagate. I4DI, together with MIRRI (Ministry of Investment, Regional Development and Informatization) and SAV (Slovak Academy of Sciences), have established National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC) to cover activities related to high performance computing (HPC) and develop a new supercomputer in Slovakia, which would set a new level of performance worldwide…

      2. | Yahoo! Finance

        VNET Lends Nearly Two Decades of Infrastructure Experience to I4DI

        …”VNET has an enthusiastic, knowledgeable and forward-thinking team and their addition to I4DI further solidifies a brain trust of European-centric companies pushing the edge of current technological capabilities," said Dr. Radoslav Danilak, founder and CEO of Tachyum…

      3. | EE Times

        I4DI Plans Slovak Supercomputer, Adds Seagate

        …Together as I4DI, the group is planning to build the world’s fastest AI supercomputer in Slovakia, which will be built on Tachyum’s Prodigy chip. I4DI already has partnerships with SAV (the Slovak Academy of Sciences) and MIRRI SR (the Ministry of Investment, Regional Development and Informatization of the Slovak Republic) within the recently inaugurated Slovak National Supercomputing Center (NSCC). The NSCC is an association of state institutions and the private sector whose aim is to build a supercomputer in Slovakia…

      4. | Yahoo! Finance

        Seagate Joins I4DI Driving Design of World Fastest AI Supercomputer

        “Seagate is the newest member of the Innovations for Digital Infrastructure (I4DI), a partnership of innovative global technology leaders that are developing European-based supercomputing solutions to advance the region’s capabilities in solving the performance, power and efficiency issues challenging the industry today. It joins founding members PosAm, Towercom and Tachyum, and thus the partnership with SAV (Slovak Academy of Sciences) and MIRRI SR (Ministry of Investment, Regional Development and Informatization of the Slovak Republic) within National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC)…”