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  • f0rmat
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    This can be nothing but good news. Intel, despite some of their CPU vulnerability issues, has, at least to me, been solid supporters to the open source community. This server GPU provides more competition. Competition may not always be good for a corporate bottom line, but it is great for the consumers. Between this and the IBM/AMD partnership, there may some interesting developments in the GPU arena. I do not know (I have no crystal ball nor am I by any means an expert), but having three companies (Intel, AMD, and nVidia) competing in this market has got to be better than having only two.

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  • Intel's Graphics Driver Now Sharing ~60% Codebase Between Windows/Linux, 90~100% The Performance

    Phoronix: Intel's Graphics Driver Now Sharing ~60% Codebase Between Windows/Linux, 90~100% The Performance

    Intel today is announcing their Server GPU for the data center based on their Xe-LP microarchitecture with an initial focus on high-density, low-latency Android cloud gaming and media streaming. For as exciting as the Intel Server GPU is, some exciting Intel Linux graphics driver details were also disclosed.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=29700
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