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AWS re:Invent 2023, the largest cloud event of the year, brought together developers, cloud enthusiasts, and industry experts from around the world. This highly anticipated event showcased the latest advancements in cloud computing, machine learning, and AI, providing the crowd with valuable insights, training opportunities, and a platform to connect with like-minded individuals. In this blog post, we delve into the key highlights of AWS re:Invent 2023, Qualcomm Technologies speakership and the groundbreaking demos that left a lasting impact on the developer audience.
Co-written with Nitin Jain.
In this blog post we will go through the journey of taking a model from any framework, trained on any GPU or AI accelerator and deploying it on DL2q instance that hosts the highly efficient Qualcomm Cloud AI 100 accelerator. We will provide the background and how Qualcomm Cloud AI Stack can help deploy a trained model for inference in three simple steps.
Portable speakers have been overdue for technical advancement. Most products include a speaker, an amplifier and a Bluetooth receiver inside a box that fits in your hand. They play audio, but not spatial audio. The sound can lack acoustic quality and richness.
MxFP, defined by the Microscaling Formats (Mx) Alliance, is enabled on DL2q instance of AWS EC2 and is evaluated on several large language models.
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