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  5. Premium memory for HPC applications. If you're interested in premium memory products, you'll be glad to hear that SK Hynix is, at last, kicking off mass production of its HBM2e memory modules. SK Hynix' HBM2e modules operate over a 1024-bit memory interface, which at a frequency of 3.6 GHz translates to an aggregate total bandwidth of 460 GB/s. Of course, it's important to note that these are the figures per stack of HBM2e memory, and coupling multiple units into each device will lead to further increases in performance. SK's HBM2e modules are based on eight-layer tall DRAM stacks. Each layer has a capacity of 16 Gb, and thus the total capacity per HBM2e stack tallies up to 16 GB. "SK hynix has been in the forefront of technology innovation that contributes to human civilization with achievements including the world's first development of HBM products," said Jonghoon Oh, Executive VP and Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at SK hynix. "With the full-scale mass-production of HBM2E, we will continue to strengthen our presence in the premium memory market and lead the fourth industrial revolution." Naturally, we can't expect to be seeing this new memory in consumer graphics cards anytime soon. HBM2e is a premium memory product, catering to a very specific audience. Specifically, we can expect HBM2e products to land in HPC, AI, server, and research-oriented GPUs. Among the benefits of HBM2e are, as its name implies, higher bandwidth than the more commonplace GDDR6 memory featured in most products, as well as more efficient operation, higher capacities, and a more compact total package. HBM allows manufacturers to place the memory on the same silicon interposer as the GPU, saving valuable PCB space in tight places.
  6. The US economy created jobs at a record pace in June as firms took on more staff after the coronavirus downturn. Payrolls surged 4.8 million, the most since the Labor Department began keeping records in 1939, helped by the reopening of factories and restaurants. It follows May's jobs rebound, when 2.5 million joined the labour market, and comes after consumer spending data saw a jump in activity. But a recent spike in Covid-19 cases has raised fears for continued growth. June's rise is far higher than the 3 million jobs many economists forecast would be create last month. However, separate Labor Department data also showed that in the week ending 27 June, initial claims for unemployment fell only slightly, to 1.43 million, on the previous week. Oxford Economics called it a "worryingly small decline". Companies, including in populous states like California, Florida and Texas, plan to scale back or delay reopening due to the fresh coronavirus outbreaks, which would hold back hiring. This week, Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell acknowledged the rebound in activity, saying the economy had "entered an important new phase". But he warned that continuing growth would depend on "our success in containing the virus". And despite two straight months of jobs growth, employment is still about 16 million below its pre-pandemic level, with the rate just above 11.1%.
  7. Liquid Software Leader Delivers New Capabilities for CI/CD, SecOps, Helm, and Coins the Necessity of “BinOps” to Manage the Growing Flow of Software Packages JFrog, the Universal DevOps technology leader known for enabling liquid software via continuous update flows, has unveiled new capabilities to address the growing problem of software distribution bottlenecks. The newly introduced CDN-based and Peer-to-Peer software package distribution mechanisms empower companies to overcome the challenge of frequently delivering large volumes of artifacts to internal teams and external clients. The announcements took place at JFrog’s annual swampUP user con .. The explosion of both hybrid and edge infrastructure, and the increased adoption of cloud-native apps that rely on compounded artifacts can create a “firehose” distribution problem, increasingly clogging networks with a stream of software updates. Distribution challenges will continue to grow, with IDC predicting there will be more than 520 million brand new digital apps and services added by 2024. Peer-to-Peer and Cloud-Based Distribution Enable Digital-First Economy Unveiling the new Peer-to-Peer artifact download capability, JFrog is serving companies that need to distribute coordinated software updates for hundreds and thousands of connected machines that are updated in parallel but cannot sacrifice speed and security. By breaking the artifact down into smaller pieces and allowing those pieces to be shared between peers on the same network, JFrog can accelerate download speeds by orders of magnitude and increase resilience by expanding beyond a single point of failure. JFrog has also delivered a new CDN-based package distribution function that solves the challenge of distributing software to large communities of external users or partners. This mechanism works in cases where companies need a simple, SaaS-managed solution to enable external downloads, such as distributing software that can be downloaded by anyone including drivers, plugins, and commercial software products, or updates for partners and users. “DevOps in a digital-first economy demands the need for speed and security throughout the entire software release cycle all the way to the edge. We provided our community with the first purely hybrid, end-to-end DevOps and DevSecOps platform, and now we’re extending all the way to EdgeOps,” said Shlomi Ben Haim, co-founder and CEO of JFrog. Kavita Viswanath, General Manager JFrog India said “Major enterprises are facing a clear challenge in distributing packages quickly and fearlessly across their organizations, as well as to clients and partners. The DevOps revolution will not be completed without providing a comprehensive, powerful binary distribution mechanism; this is our commitment to developers, and it is developers’ responsibility to their organizations.” New Upgrades Streamline Pipeline Assembly and Build Testing In a massive upgrade to their Binary Operations (or “BinOps”) toolset, JFrog has also announced new features for its JFrog Pipelines solution that encompasses continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD). JFrog has expanded on its existing selection of pre-built common functions, known as “Native Steps,” by allowing users to build their own library of reusable pipeline steps via an Extensions Development Kit (EDK). Now DevOps teams can encapsulate frequent and common actions in their pipelines, offering a much simpler solution than traditional approaches which often involve plugins that conflict with each other, creating a “plugin hell” for users. Extensions can be run in parallel, allowing pipelines to run with multiple extension versions simultaneously. “As the world continues to move towards massive delivery of software, the ‘BinOps’ path of managing your software releases becomes more critical than ever,” said Yoav Landman, CTO and co-founder of JFrog. “Shifting binaries to the left and using immutable release binaries as early as possible in the software delivery pipeline is the only way to achieve robust, trusted and secure releases and maintain stable metadata that relates to these releases. We are proud to lead the way of BinOps with the JFrog Platform.” The First Free, Security-Focused Central Repository of Helm Charts Is Now Available for the Community Lastly, JFrog has added to their portfolio of public artifact centers with a fresh offering focused on managing the increasing volume of microservices-based and containerized applications. Dubbed “ChartCenter,” the free service from JFrog will provide immutable Helm Chart management for developers, who face increasing complexity in managing Helm, Docker and Kubernetes deployments as they grow in the enterprise. About JFrog JFrog is on a mission to enable continuous updates through liquid software, empowering developers to code high-quality applications that securely flow to end-users with zero downtime. JFrog is the creator of Artifactory, the heart of the end-to-end Universal DevOps platform for automating, managing, securing, distributing, and monitoring all types of technologies. JFrog products are available as open-source, on-premise, and on the cloud on AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud. As a leading universal, highly available enterprise DevOps solution, the JFrog platform empowers customers with trusted and expedited software releases from code-to-production. JFrog is trusted by more than 5,600 customers, and top global brands depend on JFrog to manage their binaries for their mission-critical applications. JFrog is privately held with offices across North America, Europe, and Asia.
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  9. Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro has ordered the European Union's ambassador to leave the country within 72 hours. Isabel Brilhante Pedrosa's expulsion came hours after the EU placed sanctions on 11 Venezuelan officials. They were sanctioned for acting against the national assembly headed by opposition leader Juan Guaidó. Mr Guaidó declared himself interim president last year but has failed to remove Mr Maduro. The opposition leader has the backing of the EU and the US. In his announcement on Monday broadcast on state television, speaking of the EU, Mr Maduro said: "If they can't respect Venezuela, then they should leave it." He added: "A plane can be loaned for her [Pedrosa] to leave." Venezuela's air space is currently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier on Monday, the European Council said the 11 officials were added to the sanctions list "because of their role in acts and decisions undermining democracy and the rule of law in Venezuela". There are now 36 Venezuelan officials who have been placed under EU sanctions, it said. Those newly-added to the list include Luis Parra, who in January declared that he, not Mr Guaidó, was the rightful Speaker of the assembly. Mr Guaidó declared himself interim president last year, arguing that Mr Maduro's 2018 re-election was illegitimate. His position at the head of the opposition-led National Assembly was the basis of his claim to be Venezuela's legitimate head of state. He is recognised as such by more than 50 countries, including the US, the UK and most in Latin America and the EU Speaking on Monday, Mr Maduro said the EU "recognises a puppet as president". Some four million people have fled Venezuela since 2015, according to the United Nations, amid a severe years-long political and economic crisis. The oil-rich country suffers from high unemployment and shortages of food and medicine, and hundreds of thousands of people are said to be in need of humanitarian aid.
  10. There is "evident bias" in some football commentary relating to the skin tone of players, according to a new study. In 80 televised games analysed across four European leagues, including the Premier League, players with a lighter skin tone were praised more often for their intelligence and work ethic. Meanwhile, those with darker skin tones were "significantly" more likely to be "reduced to their physical characteristics or athletic ability", such as their pace and power. The research, conducted by Danish firm RunRepeat in association with the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA), concluded that the findings showed "bias from commentators". "The continuous praise for players with lighter skin tone for their skill level, leadership and cognitive abilities combined with the continuous criticism for players with darker skin tone is likely to influence the perception of the soccer watching public," said the researchers. PFA equalities executive Jason Lee told BBC Sport: "It was always important to collate information rather than just speaking about the fact we believe there is unconscious bias within sport, and across society really. "If you're describing two types of players, one is white and one is black, and they are both doing exactly the same thing and yet for the black player you are picking up on the negative side of it and for the white player it's the positive side, what I mean by that is a black player will be perceived as having pace and power and aggression, and a white player will have ingenuity and creativity and determination, different traits, when it could be the reverse." This research comes amid pressure for the football industry to take clear steps to improving equality of opportunity and eliminating racial bias. Lee added: "I think it's damaging in the long term because when players leave their playing career and they go into coaching or managing, or want to be seen in a more positive light, people will have already built up this perception because for 10 or 20 years all you've heard of is that person is quick, powerful and aggressive, and you've not heard they are actually intellectual, articulate and [have] a quite different set of skills." How the research worked The Racial Bias in Football Commentary study was based on English language live television commentary from 80 games during the 2019-20 season, split evenly between Italy's Serie A, France's Ligue 1, Spain's La Liga and the Premier League. 2,074 statements were analysed, which related to 643 unique players. Rather than categorise players by race, they were coded according to their skin tone, using the database from the Football Manager 2020 video game. Players were given a score from one to 20 according to skin tone and then designated as either "players with lighter skin tone" or "players with darker skin tone". Comments were categorised as being positive or negative, and opinions were analysed rather than statements of fact, which were used as the control group to see if bias was evident. Key findings The study found that commentators were "6.59 times more likely to comment on the strength of a player with darker skin tone" and "3.38 times more likely to comment on the speed of a player with darker skin tone" than lighter-skinned players. In relation to intelligence and work ethic, more than 60% of praise was aimed at players with a lighter skin tone. There was also certain attributes that were brought up more often for those with darker skin tones, including form. But the researchers found that "differences are most stark when commentators are discussing physical characteristics/athletic abilities".
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    [Review] Doom VFR

    Game Informations. Developers : id Software. Released : December 1, 2017. Genre : A shooter game. Platforms : Microsoft Windows - PlayStation 4. Bethesda sure are the good guys this Christmas, eh? After coveting controversy with its review code policy over a year ago, the publisher’s really recaptured the adoration of gamers this holiday, supporting fledgling new formats like the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation VR. And following on from last month’s transformative virtual reality adaptation of Skyrim, it’s last year’s DOOM reboot that the company’s got in its crosshairs. The question is: can the frenetic first-person shooter land the transition? DOOM VFR really, really tries. Unlike the Elder Scrolls adaptation, id Software’s opted to recycle locations from its 2016 title and build a new story around them. Essentially you play as a kind of scientist who dies right at the start of the game and leverages some clever coding to stay alive as a kind of artificial intelligence – or something. At the end of the day, it’s DOOM so the plot doesn’t matter at all, but the setup does provide some narrative justification for the title’s teleportation. Ah yes, teleportation – perhaps the most divisive mechanic in virtual reality right now. While you’re only forced to use this method of navigation with the PlayStation Move controllers, it’s an important game mechanic on the DualShock 4 and PSVR Aim Controller too, as it replaces the Glory Kills from the main game. Essentially, upon staggering your demonic adversaries, you can teleport into them to finish the job – a neat idea as it maintains the franchise’s frantic pace without prompting you to puke. Of course, you can also move with the left-stick if you’re using a controller that has one, while rotation options include smooth turning and customisable increments. As alluded, the PlayStation Move wands offer none of these controls, encouraging you to pivot on the spot like in SUPERHOT and rely on teleportation to get about. It feels extremely limiting when you’re playing with the motion controllers, and while a dash system does help with your mobility, it just doesn’t feel quite right. But to be honest, none of Sony’s accessories fit the experience as tightly as they should. Take the PSVR Aim Controller, for example: it’s great being able to hold the gun and aim with it, but DOOM VFR’s gameplay is designed around holding each gun in one hand, while the plastic firearm demands two appendages. As such, you’re stuck with a grenade just floating around in your peripheral vision, and later on in the campaign a grenade launcher instead. It’s not great. So what of the DualShock 4, then? Well you get all of the control options of the PSVR Aim Controller, but targeting is instead mapped to head tracking. This works absolutely fine, but it means that both of your weapons are locked to the centre of the screen, following your vision around like they’re protruding out of your neck. The thing is, the game is fully playable with whichever controller you choose, but we’d be lying if we said we felt truly comfortable with any of them. Which is a bit of a shame because DOOM in virtual reality is just about as mental as you’d expect it to be. The sense of scale isn’t quite as grand as other games – although coming face-to-face with Cacodemons is bloody cool – so instead the title impresses via its thrilling sci-fi setting. It just looks so, so pretty with PlayStation VR, as broken computer terminals fizz and illuminate the enormous firearms that you’re rolling around in your hands. The gameplay’s also stellar, too. Obvs. Despite the transition to virtual reality, this is the same destructive gunplay that you’ll remember from last year’s campaign, with superb weaponry and awesome alternative fire options. The teleportation Glory Kills feel good with PlayStation VR, and maintain the intense sense of speed of the series without going too over-the-top. It is quite an overwhelming experience at times, but we were able to play comfortably in two hours sessions. Unfortunately, it’ll only take you a couple of these sittings to beat the game, as it is rather short. To be fair to Bethesda, it’s priced the package appropriately, and multiple difficulty tiers as well as an array of collectibles at least give you a reason to run through it twice. There are also classic maps that you’ll unlock, which allow you to experience retro levels inside Sony’s futuristic facemask. System Requirements: MINIMUM: OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit versions) Processor: CPU: Intel Core i5-4590 or AMD FX 8350 or better Memory: 8 GB RAM Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 / AMD Radeon RX 480 or better Storage: 17 GB available space Bethesda’s really tried to make DOOM work in virtual reality, but despite supporting all three of PlayStation VR’s control options, it doesn’t really feel like the title was designed with any of them in mind. That said, if you can ignore the flaws with whichever peripheral you choose, then the over-the-top action of id Software’s series translates well, and this is arguably one of the better looking virtual reality titles to date. It’s a little on the short side, but the price point reflects that, and the gunplay is still as intense as it’s ever been.
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  14. The spread of coronavirus infections has taken a "swift and very dangerous turn" in the US state of Texas, Governor Greg Abbott has warned. "Over just the past few weeks, the daily number of cases have gone from an average of about 2,000, to more than 5,000," Mr Abbott said on Sunday. Several southern and western states have recorded a surge in cases after lockdown restrictions were eased. The number of reported infections in the US has now surpassed 2.5 million. Over 125,000 Covid-19 patients are confirmed to have died nationwide - more than in any other country. What's the latest on the surge in US cases? The spike has led officials in Texas, Florida and other states to tighten restrictions on business again, with warnings that hospitals may soon be overwhelmed. On Sunday, Mr Abbott said that as many as 5,000 people a day were being admitted to hospital for treatment. US Vice-President Mike Pence said that Texas would be issued additional Covid-19 testing kits for as long was necessary. "We are going to make sure that Texas, and your healthcare system in Texas, have the resources, have the supplies, have the personnel to meet this moment," Mr Pence said. The vice-president also urged Texans to wear masks "wherever its indicated", saying "we know from experience, it will slow the spread of the coronavirus". Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who was speaking at a joint news conference with Governor Abbott on Sunday, said that a nationwide mandate to wear face coverings was "definitely long overdue". "We have the worst record of any country in the world," she added. In the Texas state capital of Austin, a requirement to wear face coverings in some circumstances in order to help mitigate the spread of the virus led to demonstrations on the city's streets by people objecting to the measure. On Sunday, Arizona also recorded a record daily increase of more than 3,800 cases. Hundreds of people reportedly travelled to rivers in the state to escape the hot weather. The reported increases in infections in southern and western states come after moves in recent weeks to re-open businesses, resulting in people from other areas pouring in. Responding to the level of new cases, Mr Abbott last week told bars to close and limited restaurants' indoor seating capacity to 50%. Restaurants had previously been allowed to operate at 75% capacity, and bars at 50%. In the Texan town of Galena Park, east of Houston, the mayor imposed an overnight curfew on Saturday and warned that hospitals could soon be overwhelmed. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has also re-imposed restrictions, ordering bars in the state to stop serving alcohol on their premises. What is the overall situation in the US? On Sunday, Johns Hopkins University said the total number of cases in the country had risen to 2,539,544. While some of the rise was down to more extensive testing, the rate of positive tests in some areas is also increasing. Health officials estimate the true number of cases is likely to be 10 times higher than the confirmed total. The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has said that up to 20 million Americans may have been infected. The surge in cases was being driven by young people - those aged between 18 and 34 - testing positive, especially in the south and west of the US, said the head of the CDC, Dr Robert Redfield. The White House has said that the situation is stabilising in most of the country. At a coronavirus briefing on Friday, Mr Pence hailed the Trump administration's "truly remarkable progress in moving our nation forward", highlighting improvements in job figures and retail sales.