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Groq: A Single Core Design Enabling Higher Compute Performance

AI accelerators are the critical tools that deliver speed and agility to complex computing workloads including artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and high performance computing (HPC).

For enterprises and for researchers, the importance of using the most powerful and flexible AI accelerators is huge in their operations, helping them to conduct their work more efficiently, beat their competition, and drive value in every step of their operations.

But not all AI accelerators are alike.

In our latest research brief, Groq: A Single Core Design Enabling Higher Compute Performance — done in partnership with Groq — we analyze how their technology can help enterprises and other organizations improve compute power, reduce uncertainty, and deliver vastly better performance for their most demanding workloads.

In this report you’ll learn:

  • Common AI accelerator challenges
  • The power of the innovative Groq Compiler
  • How the US Army successfully used Groq for cybersecurity anomaly detection
  • Our conclusions and recommendations for enterprise and other customers on choosing which AI accelerators best fit your line of work

Selecting the best performing, most flexible, and highly scalable AI accelerator is one of the biggest decisions you can make for your company workloads, overall AI strategy, and building long- term competitive advantages driven by data insights. If you are interested in learning more about how an AI accelerator can change your business, download your copy of Groq: A Single Core Design Enabling Higher Compute Performance, today.

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Author Information

Todd joined The Futurum Group as an Analyst after over 20 years as a technology journalist covering such topic areas as artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning (DL), machine learning (ML), open source and Linux, high-performance computing, supercomputers, cloud computing, virtualization, containers and microservices, IT security and more.

Prior to his work with The Futurum Group, Todd previously served as managing editor of from 2020 through 2022 where he worked to drive coverage of AI use and innovation in the enterprise. He also served in the past as a staff writer for Computerworld and eWEEK and freelanced for a wide range of tech websites, including TechRepublic, Channel Futures and Channel Partners, Computerworld, PC World, Data Center Knowledge, IT Pro Today, and The Linux Foundation.

Todd holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A Philadelphia native, he lives in Lancaster County, Pa., and spends his spare time tinkering with his vintage Mazda Miata convertible and collecting toy taxis from around the world.