20 Burst results for "Cebu"

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 888

Android Central Podcast

05:00 min | 10 months ago

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 888

"It is We're recording this a little bit before the time that you're hearing this but i'm very pleased to bring you a really cool interview with the ziada oscar. He's the vice president for product management of the snapdragon roadmap and application processor technologies according to his linked in page ziade. Thanks for being with us today. Thank you thank you for having me looking forward to the discussion. That's a very long title so just just reduce that down for us. What exactly do you do over at qualcomm. Sure so basically my team. We look at all the different technologies that make up the snapdragon products. And we're looking at you know different technology inflections on camera graphics and other areas and we basically bring it all together and to put the product together with the best in class experiences and then of course looking across all the different products that we do at qualcomm from a roadmap perspective much simpler than it sounds. Okay but you're busy every day because the snapdragon we said this. We talked to alex last year and it was a it was a great discussion about the snapdragon Sixty five and one thing that he said was you know it's no you can't say that qualcomm platform is just the cpu and gpu anymore. So we're gonna get into what exactly the the big announcement is First let's just call it out. It's the it's the snapdragon eight hundred eighty eight five. This is the latest and greatest. The chip that's gonna power. Probably most of the flagship phones throughout twenty twenty one We're announcing it in december right. You're this december second when you're hearing this and can you just give us the thirty second elevator pitch about snapdragon eight and what exactly is better indifferent. Last year's snapdragon eight sixty five absolutely so the snapdragon eight hundred years this bar in terms of premium tier smartphone performance and. What we do is every year all the new innovations on all technology. Vectors come into the snapdragon eight hundred tier embiid snapdragon. Eight eight eight. We actually pushed the bar further with much more experiences which significant enhanced camera capabilities and even better gaming in addition to the fact that we have five thirty capability integrated into this product We look at You know trying to create devices based on this that have new use cases coming up for consumers but example lost you'll be able to show machine translation as one example is happening on the device. This year will show a lot more demonstrations that that will really while the consumers. We believe all right. So let's start with the obvious stuff. People wanna know how much faster the eight is over the previous snapdragon. The it's sixty five. This is the first year that there's a cortex x one based core. This is the the announcement from from arm earlier in the year that they were moving to the sort of like really big core than big core and then than efficiency course walk us through exactly the makeup of the new crowd k-r-i-k-o-r and how this prime cpu got larger cash. It's got a higher clock speed over the performance scores. How does that factor into how people experience eight eighty eight on a daily basis. Absolutely so from a cpa perspective. What you're able to get through the much better. Cpu is far better browser experience a device. That is much more. Snappier in terms of responsiveness right. So many are launching a new application for example a new app. It's able to bring that up much faster where we're able to do in the past all the experiences get better in that sense With the new crowd that we have in the snapdragon eight this is the first cebu cluster where we actually have three distinct. Cpi cheese inder. We as you pointed out. We have the latest accord from arm. The gortex x one One of those course. And then we have three of the gortex eight seventy eights at which are the you can think of. It has performance scores the prime core which the cortex one three performance scores and four Efficiency goals which is which are the cortex a fifty five and they all come together. We basically work on wrapping around with our architecture of our power Goodness there to be able to get the best performance per unit power. The unique thing about the way. Snapdragon implements these. Cpa uses that we are able to the cpu's sixteen bidders of time And not have to throttled so we put a lot of technology in there to be able to get usable performance out of

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The Evolution of AI Chips and Their Business Impact - with Dr. Gregory Diamos

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

06:16 min | 1 year ago

The Evolution of AI Chips and Their Business Impact - with Dr. Gregory Diamos

"So. Brag. I want to kick things off by talking about this theme of a I chips kind of term being thrown around now around software serve built to purpose for ai he gives a bit of a background on what they are and maybe even where they're starting to move forward today. Sure. So if we look historically on ships, there's a few trends that are really important One really powerful tragedy in computing has just been personal computing and especially driven by the C language. So in in the past, actually, you'll probably aware everybody these days has personal computers interact with computers. They're probably aware that computers have gotten substantially faster. Since they were introduced. If we look back fifty years, the speed of computers for the types of applications that we know in love the. Power personal computers and power the Internet have gotten tremendously faster. So can actually measure this. there's a trend around. Around nineteen eighty driven by DISA-, Group of people who are early founders and early manufacturers computers. To try to quantify the speed of computers, one of the things that they developed at that time was called the stack benchmark, and this is a way of determining really objective. How fast is your computer? Suspect started around. One, thousand, nine, hundred, five, a little bit early though not a really danced around nineteen, ninety five. and. This was a metric that. Anybody was producing a computer You could runs back on it and it would give you an idea of how fast it was. So, if we look at stock performance going around nineteen, hundred, five, about two, thousand, ten, it increased basically exponentially over that thirty year run I'm so we saw this enormous over a thousand times improvement in the speed of those computers. From around nine, hundred, eighty, five, two, thousand, ten. So for for various reasons, actually after that it's it's still been increasing, but it's slowed down a little bit. So we have been seeing the same. Performance increases out of our personal computers out of our phones out of the computers that are powering are our data centers. As we have in the past. So the the modern view, those those machines like the current name that we usually call them in industry is is called a CPU. CPU sometimes dance for Central Processing Unit really I think about it as a as a computer that's designed to run a specific type of application like an in particular it's designed to run kinds of applications that we build an in languages like C or or Java, or. Running on operating systems like windows or Android or us. So those computers in those chips are powering quite a lot of the workloads, quite a lot of the applications or the the computing technologies that have been transformative in personal computing in in smartphones in in in data centers. And they're connected the world through the Internet. So, ai chips are actually something different. And There's actually a convergence of maybe two forces here. That are driving this and one is the the forest I just mentioned that. You. Know as we look at the existing designs. For various reasons sometimes people one of the reasons people often referred to as the death of Moore's law whether or not. It's actually dying is is actually a highly contentious topic, but the death of Moore's law is actually one force. That's. Slowing down progress in in Cebu speeded efficiency Almond CPU development. There's some other forces to one fourth that sits a little bit technical. It's related to it's usually called Denard. Scaling. This is just the idea that it's it's getting harder and harder to make computers consume less energy. Some of the technologies that have been driving reductions energy are kind running out of steam. So for various reasons, actually progress in CBS has been slowing down not stopping but but slowing down since about two thousand ten, actually a little before that. Is, really showing up an industry you know after about two thousand ten. In around that time, a lot of people including myself were working on this. It seemed like a really hard problem. You Know How do we actually? Continue the enormous improvements we see in computing. Face with all of these challenges, there's actually a number of people in the industry who call. They're all of these walls that you'd run into and you know. So there is a joke in the industry that we basically run into a brick wall at this point. There's no way around this wall or it's it's really hard for your the leading experts in the world to figure out what to do next. You mean like n Hey, Moore's law. Hey as denard factor that all of these are just kind of like physical barriers that you couldn't surmount Yes Yeah it's hard to say like actually You know who? Maybe there will be a breakthrough in the future but in a lot of people spend a lot of really smart people spend a Lotta time young. Yeah. Yeah. And we haven't been able to find a way around young tough stuff. Yeah. So Luckily, at the same time, we figured out how to get a it to work. And that was so fortunate because the type of a sometimes called machine learning I'm just GONNA call it a I. The type of a technology that started to work really well, sometimes people called his deep learning one of the driving technologies is. The back propagation Algorithm in neural networks. And this technology is wonderful for computers. You know if you want to build a computer like a CPU that's good at running windows or running. The android operating system on your phone. Is Hard, you know the CPU. Is the best way that we know how to do that. But if you want to run something else. So if you want to run an AI algorithm like neural network if you want to train with back propagation. You can do something different you can do something completely different. And that opens up so many more opportunities to continue to improve performance and so you know since two thousand ten. As some companies have started to invest in these technologies I. Think. Actually. GP Use especially GP's from. Our an early era of investment. we've seen enormous gains like we've seen 10x gains are actually in terms of real applications, not not all real application running real applications actually seen a hundred times gains. In performance

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Breaking Through at CVRx

MedTech Talk Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

Breaking Through at CVRx

"Welcome to the MED tech talk podcast your host Pardo and I'm very excited to welcome the deem yard CEO CRX to this edition of the podcast Nadeem has had the lustrous career starting at GE and then his GM of MEDTRONIC's navigation business but his biggest and most important challenges come CPR which we're going to focus on today for full disclosure. I've had the pleasure to get to know Nadeem over the past eight plus years, and for the last four I've been on the beam sport and killed as an investor in Cebu. Rx. and. I'm really looking forward to the conversation today. Deem it is great to have you on cats. Thank you jeff it's great to be with you today. Terrific will good what we have a lot of things to cover today and really want to focus on CBS which is turning into I think an incredibly exciting story. But of course, their their roots to the CRX story and maybe you can take us through that a little bit the genesis of. Both. The CRT is therapy in heart failure but also barracks. Absolutely Jeff. So I talk about heart failure it is. A devastating disease. Very expensive from a cost perspective, but also from the human side of things, patients unfortunately suffering from heart failure, end up having those episodes of congestive offense way as they feel that drowning, it's like a continuous waterboarding expedient just how painful that is right and unfortunately one of those episodes could lead to their death and. In the United States hot figure is the second most expensive disease. If we consider cancer as one disease, if you stopped separating cancer between breast cancer by cancer sets that hot figure becomes unfortunately the most expensive disease in the US. What is hot forget? It's. When the heart over the years of. Insult or injury to starts becoming larger the walls of the heart becoming thinner. And the heart's ability to pump blood to the system is compromised. And that's. Compromise happening in multiple forms. One of them is called synchrony when the left side and the right side of the heart start becoming disconnected from each other. So think about it like a car. Engine where have the cylinders not kill into properly? Than the COD would not produce horsepower that you need. You need to tune the car that is what's Artie Cardiac. Surgery synchronization therapy. Was designed to do they. You know put two pacemakers right now it's only one pacemaker with two wires. That's why they call it by basic they based both ventricles and they tried to synchronize the left and right side. That works wild if the heart is distinct honest. However in heart failure. Only thirty to forty percent of the patients have synchrony. That s of the patient's heart become lodged the world's thinner. But the left and right sides are still beating in harmony but not strong enough. And for those patients, unfortunately crt devices did not produce the results that WHO, hoping for. Ten fifteen years ago when we're testing them. And that is where our approach berry. Flex. Therapy comes into play. The genesis of this therapy goes back multiple decades not gonna go to the whole history with Dr Professor Bronwyn than his wife and everything, but nevertheless indie. Let me take one paper from Dr. Abraham. From nineteen ninety nine and that is about CRT devices. In this paper that was published in the New England. Journal of Medicine Dr Abraham demonstrated the sustained. That's or the sustained benefit of CRT. Comes from the fact that when you should denies the left side on the right side of the heart, the pulse pressure of the volume of the blood leaving the heart. Activates the Beverly Flex. In the cutouts dodgy. Trusting. Right. So those patients with this synchrony, you recent combined the left and the right. Now you're sending a pulse pressure strong enough you activate the battery flex let a convoluted way to do it. How did you see that actually signed to do it well? Alex secrets wandered in the body we went with a Wyatt directly into those better receptors in the. Wall and activate though cells. Jackie with. Why go all around right now, our device would work in all forms of heart failure, but we have to go in developed the evidence one by one and demonstrates and in our first. Quote Unquote. beachhead strategy. We selected a large segment of patients who are not able to be treated by CIT devices. Why not the eligible for Siasi devices? Those patients are those who do not have distinctly. Right. So they left the right side of the heart beating in synchrony, but heart is not strong enough. The walls fin the muscles of the heart are tired at the. Pump, the blood.

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"cebu" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"cebu" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"Say and so because you're not doing like heavy long-term most has on it. I think he'll be fine with sixteen. I've had sixteen on everything until I think. Does my sixteen inch have sixteen with. I don't even know. I think it has thirty two. What does this remember? I'm not sure either but regardless like you'd be fine with sixteen now is thirty two better. Yes oh I mean follow up. I have sixteen and it's fine. It's great now. Yes so more. Ram sure it would be better. There is a cost to battery life. But I don't think it's a massive one like I don't think you would necessarily notice it most of the time. So what you're looking for here is four hundred dollars of great feat. That has a significant upgrade fee. That is a very high price for what this is since. You don't necessarily need this or you don't. You don't know that you need this. There is a stronger made that you shouldn't get you are right you can never upgraded later and if it turns out that there's something you to do with this that needs Thursdays Ram. You are just stuck like that is a problem but I would bet there probably isn't that would be rare enough that a little bit of swapping to the SSD in those rare cases would be tolerable compared to four hundred dollars that being said. How much do you regret the money you spend after you spend it like right now? I four you spend it. You're going to agonize over this four hundred dollars right. It's so it's GonNa. This is a big thing. Also keep in mind because you don't necessarily need to upgrade anything else you're talking about four hundred dollars and three and a half weeks versus less than four hundred versus eight hundred dollars and getting it like tomorrow or whatever. Yeah and most of the time probably won't notice the difference. It's actually not as great a difference as you said so if I ordered the out of the box. Nineteen ninety nine one. I don't get it until June fourth through June eleven and as we record it's May twenty seven if I tick the thirty two GIG check box. However that becomes June eighteenth through June twenty five. Oh not too bad. So it's like an extra week and a half maybe at most right however that definitely does bump on comfortably into the it might arrive when I'm already at the beach timeframe and the thing is like it's four hundred dollars plus some extra time even if it isn't that much time still it's still time and are you really. GonNa need that now again. That being said you can never upgrade it and six months from now you probably will forget that you even spent four hundred dollars upgrade like if you do buy it up six months from now. It's like that that's long gone and forgotten you've already you long ago had paid paid off or whatever and so you don't have to think about it anymore. I didn't think it was worth it for me. And we do very similar work that that being said you're using a much less efficient language but we do. We do similar work and I don't need thirty two gigs and just wanted to say our listeners. Out there who are oftentimes developers and you know there are a lot of development workloads that Dooney. Let's especially if you if you run like virtual machines and stuff that makes sense there. Are People out there who need it. But I don't need it. I'm not one of those people and I don't think you are either no. I don't think I needed. It's just the thing of I feel like as you would said. There is a more than zero chance. I will regret not having thirty two but there is an approaching zero chance of regretting. Having gotten the thirty two. Yeah so then get it so at that point you know why not. The only the only thing is I didn't realize that I am bumping up against it. And maybe arriving after really really need it. Which would be hilarious and also deeply uncomfortable. I don't get it so yes. I don't Know John. Help me help me help me to help you know help you to help me. What should I do? I help you to help me even can figure. Does we both been suggesting because I go with thirty two? It's still not that expensive. I mean in the grand scheme of things as for getting late. I mean. That's your fault. Have this weeks ago? You're waiting so long but honestly I think you'll podcasting from whatever device you bring with. You will probably be fine either way. Just get the get the computer you want to get. You wanted them a thirteen inch right. That's the one you've always wanted to sixteen. I've done the fifteen life. It's not for me this. Is it. Just three two gigs. One terabyte the slower. Cebu to safety one hundred bucks you feel a little bit better about twenty four hundred bucks. Just.

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"cebu" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"cebu" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Try it out yes for free and download Subic Cebu B. I'd today Ms get your brain yeah tell the in Chile's nearly impossible question is coming up at six thirty.

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"cebu" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"What do think about those two so far? I really like the second one. Okay. Okay. Anything on your mind right now with this. I'm really like the CV wonders on which one the baby cries in it. I cannot remember the name ever. I just called. I just called to say, I love you. I can't be at for other daughter. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She lovely. Is it good? Yeah. That's a good one or because you are his daughter. Let me suggest sweet child of mine from guns and roses. That's the best one. Down at you. And it's not as awkward and everybody hysteria. You kind of having a good time. And it's not a sad moment. And he's like do you want to give? Different song. It doesn't matter gun roses man, come on. Waiting about child of mine. All right, Joel. Yeah. And then you knew James Taylor. I do I if your instinct is already to go with Cebu wonder like that's a good one. Actually found like an alternate version. That's about a son talking about his mom, and I take my fiance to dances has also. You can't use that one. No, I don't. I'm not big on alternate versions, alternate. I know I'm just wonder what are you doing? I'm not big on alternate versions of classics either. But Stevie singing it, no, he's not. Not the rain on your wedding. But that's a terrible idea. Oh, should take the Stevie version for yourself? And I agree. So here's what we're going to do as a group of boys. You should take isn't she lovely, and you and your dad dance to it. And then let your fiance and his mom dance to we tell them..

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"cebu" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"I think we'll have enough ram and Cebu to handle it, and I don't know what you were going for about a year or you're going to say, like, what will it have to recommend? What will what could they put in the plus to make it better? Yeah, because like I mean, you know, again, you could, you could reuse one of the previous things they've done, which is a better camera in some ways. So like previously the plus phones, they would either have like a camera that was stabilized, whether when wasn't stabilized or they would have a better camera entirely, or they would have a second camera like in like in the in the seven series, it had a second cabinet. We're doing five cameras. Wrestle. So you know, what might this be? If it's going to be is just gonna be like the ten, the ten s whatever it's called is going to play tennis with the bigger screen. And this weird like split view mode, which is basically what the plus phones had before bec- sucked. I, it was horrible. Like we're like, you'd rotate the phone and then you'd have a mini ipad split view mode where you'd have a tiny little column of your emails or chat messages or chat recipients and the left side and an also uselessly, tiny right side detail view. So like to simulate the split between ipad and then as developers, you just a disabled that because it would break everything and it was horrible. Yeah. So they're going to bring that back. It sounds like from this rumor that I consider a negative, not not a feature. As somebody who briefly used a phone that bug the crap out of me. But anyway, but you know, I think they're going to do something like, I don't know whether it'll be better camera stuff in some way, whether it will be maybe pencil support Bush. We can talk about if you want, but like if it's I bet they're going to do something, they're not going to just have it be the same phone as the x. Asari the ten s let's catching sorry there. It's not going to be the same phone as as the tennis but bigger screen. It's gonna. There's gonna be something else about it because apple wants to push people who want the best of the best to get the more expensive model, even like even if you are totally happy with tens is they want people like me and our podcast or.

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"cebu" Discussed on Plz Advise

Plz Advise

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on Plz Advise

"Shit what's that movie with the she's like that drags i don't i don't know oh classic fuck i can't remember but anyway wow oh my god yeah that's terrible too because i'm sure that like they show up to a lot of people's houses the as legitimate pain but yeah it's like absolutely not legitimate pain yeah i really i really empathized with people who are addicted to opioids because it's not easy to get off of them and it you really need like support system around you there were two there like around it gets you to find that you know know it's it's like like it's like there's a lot of conversation happening now because of the potomac that's happening like we need to rethink about how we look at pain like the goal shouldn't be that you live life without pain because that's impossible for some people right you know what i mean needs to us over over prescribing pain medication like the goal is to learn how to cope with the pain that you have in cebu can find other ways to alleviate it yeah yeah it it's weird too 'cause like we've talked about this before but like there are like natural remedies like something like create ember example which is like a much more natural remedy but like no one wants to make that legal or they don't wanna keep it legal because it could cut into like basically like the pharmaceutical companies which is like why are we supporting them like we do a problem in this country it's really insane like seventy percent of people or something are on we'll just that medication it's also like we have a significant problem of loneliness there's been reports coming out that like the majority of america's just like lonely.

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"cebu" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Okay high praise from the man who enjoys a small up would recommend next up on knock to cpu colour n h l nine am four oh gee i wonder what kind of cebu this for more reviewed it i assume it's a am for cpu core looks like it forty bucks it's definitely one of the slim one's that's meant to be like super oil profile like at the thing is as you can to the point where it uses a rear entrance so you see the mounting clips there do notice how they're completely covered by the heat sink they are so how the heck so you come up through the back of the board yeah i think we've actually use a couple years ago the aim three version of this yeah until two but i think it was specifically the three version we used arts i got they got a heat pipes as basically everything sitting flat it's like pancaked on there yeah there's a little bit of a gap between it and the motherboard and then how whereas like the actual so the wow that is competent you gotta have the more completely out the alley ended up which i can imagine is very easy process to keep it completely lined twist and while you're screwing it in from the back of the board from what i remember it was actually surprisingly good i'm not see what more is experiences in this review but it was it wasn't the worst thing in the world i mean you putting this on a mini it export before you put it in your really small case.

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"cebu" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Yeah it's insane it's pretty big bumps like twenty percent now this is absolutely the fastest agen laptop we've looked at by decent margin so if you go down to the next tests seen handbrake it's got a pretty good lead on both this pure cebu bound and even the quick sinking celebrated in code in this is lower is better out here it's time yup concision pc mark and markets out the greatest which if you scroll down you'll we can talk about as pretty middling storage performance which is why the pc mark score isn't as high doesn't have sort of the best envy me se we've ever seen and this is this is the one that we saw those doing the weird limiting stuff that maybe you can talk to a little bit yeah it's a an an actually five which is like a don't want to say occ to sheba proper makes it but it's a william specific st it's not meant to be a retail part no looks like in this case that you know one of the things with the extra five was that oem's can coordinate what sheeba and get them to dial things back if they wanted to another words if they wanted to thermal envelope with a drive to be you know you know make produce less heat or consume less power for whatever reason they can do that and most of the power consumed during rights obviously something's going on here because i'm pretty sure this draft can do better than five hundred mile per second rights natively.

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"cebu" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"What what are those things what's metrics what's tracing what are those two words mean so i imagine a lot of listeners the podcast are miller with metrics so traditionally you'll pull things like cebu consumption remember conceptual at any of the knows that are hosting your application and it's you know fairly well solved problem open centers focuses on apple metrics so going out sayings like the number of requests made you have acacia latency of those requests as well as any other metrics that you want to build into your custody which little more difficult to collect days the other time distributed tracing probably want people less miller with so for those who don't know it's drifted trace let's see watch a single request as propagates across all your services so for example ecommerce plication a customer comes in and requests the car service to anonymity shopping you might get calls that shopping cart service then propagate down to maybe a catalog service others any single distributed trade shows you that entire chain of requests that was based on these single action made by the customer and so it's really useful for a couple of things i to determine how your system operates you're not already familiar with it netted a very basic level but additionally each hop along the way shows the latency end so when you want to reduce latency application which becomes really important as grows a disturbance raisins a great way to do that and finally era during cross the trace effectively works like a really long powerful call stack rights you didn't you've actually see what happened air and minder sending that open sentences cloud agnostic this is used for any kind of distributed system is that right yet.

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"cebu" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on The Changelog

"In this is the case for other department of energy laboratories to uh you have to write something up that says you know i have the scientific problem a it really needs a lot of cpu cycles it's not possible without that and here's what it would naval this is why it's worth the time on the machines and so um those go through you know you here and in it are gone at oak ridge all these other labs uh a competitive process where reviewers look at the proposals they evaluate does not merit um and then once that's done you get assigned hours according to what you asked for the on the machine so you get cpu hours debts millions of cebu hours or or more depending on what the project is immense cpu our is measured in terms i think we may be doing node hours now i'm not sure if it cpu hours or node hours the basically it's just a measure of how much how much compute power your led to you is absorbed that's how we justify it and in the machine stay busy all the time because we have science projects that that need them for for their work laws we have more work than um the computers could ever possibly do but they are doing a fast so enables new science um so i think in a given day at the lab um there's a bunch of users we have three thousand users for the facility some here summer collaborators summer it universities that we collaborate with um they're running jobs a applications it's like a big batch system you log into it you say here's the job i want to run here's some ecb use it needs um or how many nodes it needs and here's how much time it needs to do that approximately and in the we have a scheduled are that just goes and farms those jobs out of the system and so the people at the cute center uh we we look at what's going on um we we try to manage schedulers that it has a good policy for all these different.

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"cebu" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Does it matter could like does it matter if you accidentally break the system because of cpu and you're trying to break it because of memory or do you have a waiter report that like if somebody does it does a cpu tested it destroys their server and their conclusion is that oh this is because of cpu when actually it's because of memory they could make eroneous fixes to that so if would i be able to determine where my breakages yeah so so actually you've touch on a greater point there which is does gremlin tell me how my system fails and it's not something were in the business of doing we think that you have dashboards and alerts monitors and ways in which you already use and understand how your system behaves in addition it's really hard to to come up with a yeah this system gracefully degraded and handled this odd circumstance correctly because those are often based on business outcomes you know what's your customer able to do what they want it and so while we try very very careful and we do a lot of work to validate that the failures we inject to behave the way we expect them to it's still there still a bit of of the exercise left to the reader to understand how how that impacted the system and it's really a tool there for for you to better learn near systems to dig in and understand those tradeoffs you know it might be that when you're disk is full you know you're you're seeing a lot of cebu spike as well because things are riding heavily to it so that may be close to reality it may not be so then why would it matter if i use gremlin versus just some macro load testing tool some blunt force trauma load testing tool if i just need to just have monitoring instrumentation in two in order to know what the problem is going to be in any case why would i use gremlin over this blunt force load testing system yes so that's that's where you know you could start you can run a lot of this by hand you could write some scrips.

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"cebu" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Another constraint deeds memory so when i'm running a bunch of applications on my laptop i i have this happened i run out of memory i'm trying to edit a podcast i'm trying to play a three game i'm trying to run forty chrome tabs it's just too much stuff and on a server i've seen systems run out of memory because the system is not able to do garbage collection quickly enough like i've worked with java in some server environments where it the garbage collection just doesn't is not could figured properly in the system just gets exhausted what are some typical reasons that an application can unexpectedly run out of memory and how do you simulate the memory failure yes so that you've nailed him it's i've got a memory leak i'm not garbage collecting correctly java processes can have some trouble with those things and how you know you go and you really we write a process that just holds onto as much memory as possible and then what happens is when the when the operating system when the application when the virtual machine tries to hold on to more memory and it's unable to we see the kind of behaviors that assist a might run into things might get pushed into swap or it might block or it might fail and terminate and that's exactly the types of things were trying to uncover in can you describe what is actually going on if i administer and attack that seeks to exhaust memory what are you doing under the covers yes so i'm in the memory ones a fun one or the cebu on to talk about because i think those are kind of your entry level failure experiments so if you were going to write this yourself and you want to take up a lotta cebu resources you're going to do a lot of you know for example floatingpoint operations and a tight loop across a number of threats in you're just going to try to hold on to his much resources you can for memory you're gonna.

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"cebu" Discussed on Analog(ue)

Analog(ue)

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"They're right that the first one is the best possible place to start but you could jump in it episode twenty and you'd be fine and i was hopeful and i and i am really enthusiastic of it sounds like you are willing to do this entire course if you will and because if you are willing you the listener you my curley you anyone if if you're willing to go from episode 1 on it it will what'll end up happening i suspect is you'll just learn these new things but then by like episode five or ten all cdu hey you know how we were talking about you know lic linked lists well if you think about it and if you peel back a layer that's really just a bunch of pointers and if you peel back a layer that's just a bunch of memory if you peel back layer that just a bunch of gates if he peel back later that's just a bunch of transistors if people back let you know what i mean and so it it in in it it's just like you said it's a little abstraction on abstraction on extraction on abstraction and that's what makes computer so cool and two teams me as an example my day to day is program me and swift which means i need to know how swift works and i need to know the mechanisms by which i affect things on on an eye on west of ice but i don't need to know about well generally speaking i don't need to know about like frame buffer zone don't need no about what registers are working in the cpu at what time on i need to know about individual instructions in cebu that's all way abstracted from me i don't think about that and and that's what supercool in so if you again the royal you is willing to walk this path from the bottom and we're going to learn in either the next episode 1 falling like what is the transistor even and how does that work in one of the early episodes is what is an amd gate which sounds really unapproachable but kerryanne does a tremendous job making it approachable and if you're again royal you if you're willing to.

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"cebu" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"It's not taxing ziane at all our hardware accelerated you've got my you my pet peeve again oh now it's hardware accelerated instead of being executed in hardware will be executed on hardware but there that you got the important point is that you don't have to make the cp won't be involved in the most people are speculating like another eur what what performance hit do you get for using encryption were they s plus or apf us and you can measure it and you know apples like it's really smaller whatever i think some testing has shown that the hit might actually be more with apf us than it was reliever spas mother it's because veteran corruption or whatever theoretically well first of all you know assuredly this will give you more cpu because you cebu won't be doing any encryption stuff none zero at all be dumbbell t to which is great like i like the idea of his cousin coprocessors handling this type this very specific function surely the haven't struck centrist foreign great the second possibility that some of the benchmark to find out is okay ucp cpu freed up does the t to do that encryption job faster than as the unused to because you know it's dedicated type of thing if it does that mean there will be less of a performance hit for enabling file vault online amac pro with t to and that's something we'll have to benchmark i mean i'm guessing there's probably some kind of smart implementation detail where because like it's already at it in the t to his role as the disc controller you know it and doing that hardware encryption the way i was devices do it's already encrypting everything in and out at fullspeed even move five ought not on so i'm guessing.

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"cebu" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Cebu we have been told before yeah that's but the cameras these days are essentially the software that's what distinguishes them uh the chip that's uh the the processing stuff is important and you get more power doing it but uh increasingly software it's why apples phones have had better cameras for a long time they were better at it yeah uh but go go really caught up one thing i'd like to see apple do with some of that money it makes every second this pay its fair share of taxes but that's also a strange request in our current world ashley it's not cousin a only one dodging everybody is but didn't help book this week announce that they were going to start pain there they're not with taxes locally they're not going to use the eye double irish tax strategy that apple google and many others it used i thought that was very interestingly remember that this strategy this double irish with the with the dutch sandwich i think is what it's called is not illegal although the eu has started to go to uh uh countries that do this particularly ireland and say no you got a charge taxes you can't not church taxes the reason ireland was getting uh the tax the the cash and flow from all these companies as they were have they had a close to zero corporate taxes uh the eu has demanded that ireland a go back to apple and ask for the money.

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"cebu" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"Which you know why they do that right because they want you to use it yet because they get the feed edge tara right at the point of sale so like the thing you have to understand is that you know you've got to be willing to to research you've got to be disciplined paying off right and like i said you always want to carry a small balance on your car if you have a thousand our car carry a hundred bucks on it you know what i mean because dude that's going to build your credit i'm a big proponent of having multiple credit cards because the amount of credit that you're issued also affects your credit score in a positive way so there's lots of things that can that can you can do or not do that hurt or or or help we'd actually do whole episode on credit but i think that the the biggest thing is is the fucking ab disciplined pay it and be be disciplined how use it in cebu discipline to use the right card that's going to affect your life the bus way yeah and i'm probably slow to the party but just i'd like to share it a a a mistake i made which is i thought i would be in really responsible by paying things every every month but what what my wife and i were doing wrong was we were we were actually using too much of our credit limit within the credit card in other words utilization yeah utilize alien so a lot of people will realize that you could me very very faithful to add to pay off your credit card every week or excuse me every month but if you're using too much of the credit card what you want to do is you wanna you wanna call them and you want to ask them to increase the limit right because then then your credit score goes up right or or stabilise i should say we we had to learn alisyn so.

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"cebu" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"The like extra money in your pocket do you like not having a dry somewhere to pick summing up this is a way to do it hit just may be the most rewarding thing on your todo list today that geico dot com now i know there are lots of amazing cars on the road but perhaps none more amazing than the paid off car it may not be pretty put the price is right back if you keep that they're running fiddle actually start paying you because with napa rewards for every hundred dollars you spent you'll get five dollars off so keep your car running longer stronger with napa rewards that watch the savings start rolling in that's napa know how knowhow okay kevin for the grand prize of one million dollars what color is the white house i know this is this i know his own five seconds oh the guy cokie cebu bunch of money on car insurance okay judges that's true kevin graduations kyko because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always a great answer turkey's nelson immi pictures of katy perry on gq like i'm supposed to reconsider doing this music video he's very beautiful woman but i would be doing this as a professional broadcaster that's why she would hire me to be in the video swish swish the vanilla ice projects it's on the diy network ice ice baby gave is the hits in the nineties creating incredible home renovation projects as he said he buys these houses.

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"cebu" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"cebu" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Without having to deal with turning yar your function into a service and figuring out how to dip lions gaelic and it also gives you the ability to to run that function only on dimond and in some sense either in a building sense out in resource utilization sense that function it makes that function free when it's not being used so if you're talking about aws lambda then we actually dot com are billing when only when the function is being used and fit on something like fission than reduc amount memory in cebu usage only while the function is being used so and that in the aggregate leads you to design your cluster capacity mode as a function off how much yard functions are being used rather than how many functions you have deployed right so it's usage verses deployment size and essentially that's that's another way of saying it's trying to drive up your cluster your laser to win i run a function on aws lambda or google cloud functions i'm writing a piece of code in its deploying against these clusters on amazon or google cloud what's actually going on there regard no fisher ahead but from what they have you know from from the level at which the publicly spoken about it at least i lambda they talk about having these again a pool off some computer resource hits some kind of isolation environment either a container with various knobs deweik daughter auto v m i'm actually not sure how exactly alarmed at iran's.

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