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Azure: How Microsoft plans to boost cloud speeds with an FPGA injection

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Azure: How Microsoft plans to boost cloud speeds with an FPGA injection

The tech giant on plans to create pools of hundreds of thousands of hardware accelerators within its Azure and Bing datacenters.

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