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Intel CEO vows to challenge Nvidia, market is "hungry" for alternative GPUs


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In a recent interview with CRN that covers several topics with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger, one subject that was emphasised on was its impending battle with Nvidia. Moving forward, one way Intel plans to differentiate itself from the GPU giant is by being "much more ecosystem-friendly" in terms of software that supports its components.

 

"Nvidia has become too proprietary, and that's widely seen in the industry, and so we're going to fill out that stack with oneAPI but do it in a way that's much more favorable and open to the industry and their innovations," he stated.

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In a recent interview with CRN that covers several topics with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger, one subject that was...

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9 hours ago, Diffident said:

Intel's oneAPI was released in Sept 2020.  Over the past year, they've been adding support for their upcoming GPU into the Linux kernel and Intel ray tracing support for Vulkan.

That is promising to know.

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