How Intel Developer Cloud for the Edge different from the likes of AWS/IBM Cloud
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Source: Intel newsletter dated 8 Aug 2023
August 18, 2023, 9:00am – 10:30am CST – Onboarding onto Discord and Intel Developer Cloud
August 21, 2023, 9:00am – 5:30pm CST – Day 1 with Workshop
August 22, 2023, 9:00am – 12:30pm CST – Day 2 with Workshop
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Start the event with a keynote address by Ibrahim Haddad Vice President of Strategic Programs (AI & Data) at the Linux Foundation with his keynote – “Shaping the Future of AI with PyTorch“.
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Expertise in C for making the most of developer/startup programs by Intel, Nvidia, and IBM
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Intel and Nvidia are two of the leading companies in the semiconductor industry, and they both produce a wide range of products, including CPUs, GPUs, and other chips. While there are some differences between the two companies, there are also similarities.
One similarity between Intel and Nvidia is that they both focus on innovation. Both companies are constantly investing in research and development, and they are always looking for new ways to improve their products. This focus on innovation has helped both companies to stay ahead of the competition and to maintain a leading position in the semiconductor industry.
Despite these similarities, there are also some key differences between Intel and Nvidia. One difference is that Intel focuses primarily on CPUs, while Nvidia focuses primarily on GPUs. CPUs are the brains of a computer, while GPUs are responsible for graphics processing. This difference in focus has led to different product lineups from the two companies.
Another difference between Intel and Nvidia is that Intel is a vertically integrated company, while Nvidia is a fabless company. A vertically integrated company designs, manufactures, and sells its own products. A fabless company designs its own products, but it outsources the manufacturing of those products to other companies. This difference in business model has implications for the cost and availability of products from the two companies.
Nvidia too has a somewhat similar developers programs like Intel (Explore the Intel Developer Programs) that is free with easy approval.
The approval for Nvidia startup program(Nvidia Inception for Startups) is selective.
The corollary to Nvidia startup program is Intel startup program that too has somewhat rigorous approval process.
Source: Intel Developer Zone newsletter dated 3 June 2023
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Speakers from University of Tennessee, Heidelberg University, NASA Langley Research Center and other experts will be on-hand offering real-world knowledge of development tools and the use of the latest hardware and software.
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We hope to see you there on June 13, 2023 for the Live Virtual Conference Event!