'We can solve this problem in an amount of time that no number of GPUs or CPUs can achieve,' startup Cerebras tells supercomputing conference

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For certain classes of problems in high-performance computing, all supercomputers have an unavoidable, and fatal bottleneck: memory bandwidth. That is the argument made this week by one startup company at the SC20 supercomputing conference, which usually happens in San Diego but is happening this week virtually. The company making that argument is Cerebras Systems, the AI computer maker that contends its machine can achieve speed in solving problems that no existing system can. "We can solve this problem in an amount of time that no number of GPUs or CPUs can achieve," Cerebras's CEO, Andrew Feldman, told ZDNet in an interview by Zoom. "This means the CS-1 for this work is the fastest machine ever built, and it's faster than any combination of clustering of other processors," he added.

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