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Tech Giants Create New OpenCAPI Standard For The Hottest Server Accelerator Workloads

While there has been a lot of debate on what “open” means, what everyone in technology can agree on is that open standards are one of the key drivers of industry growth and prosperity. Open technology standards enable the profitable growth by allowing companies to share common specifications so everyone [...]
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