Intel is working on dedicated BlockChain validation hardware: Raja M Koduri



In an interview with streamer Dr. Lupo, senior vice president of Intel and general manager of the Accelerated Computing Systems and Graphics (AXG) group, Raja M Koduri shared exclusive information on the upcoming Intel ARC GPU with Alchemist architecture .

Intel is working on dedicated BlockChain validation hardware

In a one-on-one conversation, Raja M Koduri confirmed that Intel ARC is well past the beta phase and the company has started sowing the graphics card with OEM partners to get more data on the same. . It also confirms that Intel ARC GPUs will hit the market in 2022.

It also confirms that it is currently streaming to a PC powered by the Intel ARC GPU, which in itself confirms that the upcoming dedicated Intel GPU is almost ready for real-world use. He states that the company is also working on a scalable multi-GPU solution, which works with each other without any technical barriers.

Raja also points out that he doesn’t want his GPUs (Intel ARCs) to go to a mining station because they won’t be counted by game developers. He wants more and more Intel ARC GPUs to end up on gaming RIGs, allowing the company to further optimize these graphics cards.

Inbound dedicated BlockChain validation hardware

Raja also confirms that Intel is indeed working on dedicated blockchain validation hardware, which could validate blockchain validation very efficiently while consuming less power compared to GPUs. It also confirms that this is a resolvable issue, and Intel will share more information on this in the coming days.

While NVIDIA introduced LHR (Lightweight Hash Rate) technology to prevent miners from using game-class GPUs to perform blockchain validation, Intel takes a completely different approach. If this turns out to be validating mining or crypto transactions, then we should finally see graphics card prices drop in the coming days.

As of yet, there is no information on the official announcement or availability of Intel’s blockchain validation solution. However, given that this information comes from one of Intel’s best people, it could hit the market soon.

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Article first published: Friday, December 24, 2021, 12:03 PM [IST]


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