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Intel has long been the dominant maker of compute chips for servers, PCs and a range of other enterprise systems, with markets shares in the 80% to 90-plus percent range for many of these categories. The broadening diversity of system chips and accelerators has made life difficult for developers who have had to jump from one architecture to another, juggling different tools for each. “The days of ‘one size fits all’ hardware — if there ever was one — have disappeared,” https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesreinders/, an engineer at Intel, told The New Stack.
“In order for applications to span so many different types of accelerator hardware, we need solutions that help software developers,” Reinders said.
The result would be higher IT costs for deploying systems and for developers to support them, he said.