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Dell EMC’s Powerhouse Machine Learning Server: up to 10 GPUs

April 30th, 2019 Comments Off on Dell EMC’s Powerhouse Machine Learning Server: up to 10 GPUs
Dell EMC has launched a thoroughbred machine learning server for the data center and at the edge, its most powerful in the company’s line of AI servers, with four, eight or 10 Nvidia Tesla V100 GPUs (14 single-precision teraflops ...

‘Implicit HPC’: Using HPC for AI, Advanced Analytics – Without Knowing It

April 26th, 2019 Comments Off on ‘Implicit HPC’: Using HPC for AI, Advanced Analytics – Without Knowing It
With greater capability and improved ease of access, HPC cycles are more commonly being put in the hands of engineers and scientists who aren’t computer experts.  The infrastructure under development allows users to leverage the power of HPC without ...

In Wake of Nvidia-Mellanox: Xilinx to Acquire Solarflare

April 25th, 2019 Comments Off on In Wake of Nvidia-Mellanox: Xilinx to Acquire Solarflare
With echoes of Nvidia’s recent acquisition of Mellanox, FPGA co-leader (along with Intel) has announced a definitive agreement to acquire Solarflare Communications, provider of high performance-low latency networks beloved by financial services and cloud services companies. Xilinx said the ...

AIOps: Slaying the Dragon of IT Complexity

April 24th, 2019 Comments Off on AIOps: Slaying the Dragon of IT Complexity
There’s a growing threat in the IT world – the widening gap between IT complexity/change and the human ability to manage it. The digital transformation of the enterprise data center – with its integration of on-premise/multi-cloud environments, big data, ...

Exponential: Today and Tomorrow’s Expansive AI-Big Data-HPC Landscape

April 19th, 2019 Comments Off on Exponential: Today and Tomorrow’s Expansive AI-Big Data-HPC Landscape
Jay Boisseau, Dell EMC’s chief HPC technology strategist, delivered an incisive keynote address at Tabor Communications’ Advanced Scale Forum this week. He covers too much ground to summarize his remarks in a few words. Let's just say he offered ...

At ASF 2019: The Virtuous Circle of Big Data, AI and HPC

April 18th, 2019 Comments Off on At ASF 2019: The Virtuous Circle of Big Data, AI and HPC
We've entered a new phase in IT -- in the world, really -- where the combination of big data, artificial intelligence, and high performance computing is pushing the bounds of what's possible in business and science, in work and ...

Intel Extends FPGA Ecosystem: Edge, Network, Data Center

April 10th, 2019 Comments Off on Intel Extends FPGA Ecosystem: Edge, Network, Data Center
The insatiable appetite for higher throughput and lower latency – particularly where edge analytics and AI, network functions, or for a range of data center acceleration needs are concerned – has compelled IT managers and chip makers to venture ...

AI and Enterprise Data Centers Boost HPC Server Revenues Past Expectations – Hyperion

April 8th, 2019 Comments Off on AI and Enterprise Data Centers Boost HPC Server Revenues Past Expectations – Hyperion
Building on the big year of 2017 and spurred in part by the convergence of AI and HPC, global revenue for high performance servers jumped 15.6 percent last year, according to market analyst firm Hyperion Research, from $11.9 billion ...

ML and Hybrid Cloud Security: ‘4 P’s’ Predictions

April 8th, 2019 Comments Off on ML and Hybrid Cloud Security: ‘4 P’s’ Predictions
Enterprises are data-rich and insight-poor as it relates to security for multi-cloud, hybrid infrastructure. Machine learning approaches are relatively well-established for email security, data loss prevention and malware detection. But for infrastructure security, ML is largely untapped, yet it ...

Systems Vendors Refresh Product Lines as Intel Launches New Xeon, Optane Server Technologies

April 2nd, 2019 Comments Off on Systems Vendors Refresh Product Lines as Intel Launches New Xeon, Optane Server Technologies
Five of the biggest systems vendors – Dell EMC, Lenovo, Supermicro, Cisco and Cray – in concert with Intel’s launch this morning of its second-generation Xeon Scalable processors (Cascade Lake) and Optane persistent memory – announced the refresh of ...
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