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Doug Black

HPC4Mfg: DOE Supercomputers to Be Used in 13 Manufacturing Projects

August 21st, 2018 (0)
Dow, GE and 3M are among 12 companies awarded $3.8 million for 13 industrial research projects – ranging from gas turbine combustor optimization, to manufacturing solid-state lithium-ion batteries, to improving insulating foam – under the U.S. Dept. of Energy’s ...

Dell EMC’s New Servers for Transition to the ‘Disaggregated,’ Software-Defined Data Center

August 21st, 2018 (0)
 Dell EMC today launched a new high-performance server line, the PowerEdge MX, that the company said sits squarely in the middle of traditional and next-generation AI-oriented workloads, supporting both with a composable infrastructure that simplifies adoption of data- and ...

Intel Riding High in Data Center Market as AMD Threat Looms

August 17th, 2018 (0)
In the choppy seas of public and investor opinion on which Intel currently sails, blustery and changeable winds are both besetting or boosting the company – though, to be sure, the bulk of them are headwinds. An article in ...

GDPR, AI, Blockchain: Making Legal Fiction a Reality

August 15th, 2018 (0)
While some people worry about AI automating away high-paying jobs, inherent developer bias present in a new AI project called Claudette has ended up creating new work — for lawyers. Claudette is an AI tool for analyzing the privacy ...

Spectre, Meltdown Redux: Intel Chips Found Vulnerable to More Malware

August 14th, 2018 (0)
A published report states that Intel chips are vulnerable to three new malware attacks with the ability to steal passwords, personal information, financial data and encryption keys. Intel has confirmed the report on its Software Developer Zone site, giving ...

Intel Reveals Next Gen Xeon Processors, Optane Persistent Memory

August 9th, 2018 (0)
For all its power, success, profits and influence, life at Intel is a permanent struggle. Chide if you will Andy Grove’s faith in paranoia as an organizing corporate principle, but Intel is right to believe everyone’s out to get ...

How to Contain Cryptojackers Attacking Enterprise Networks

August 8th, 2018 (0)
As the value of cryptocurrencies increased, cybercriminals quickly seized on it as a new opportunity for profit – and mischief. Ever adaptable, they adjusted their technique for generating payoffs, moving from utilizing ransomware to encrypt data to pirating enterprise ...

Ubiquitous Nvidia Powers Dell EMC AI Stack

August 7th, 2018 (0)
Wherever there’s AI, Nvidia’s there. Wherever there’s a car trying to drive itself, Nvidia’s there. Wherever there’s a robot stacking boxes coming off a warehouse conveyer belt, Nvidia’s there. Wherever there's a data scientist on Wall Street developing a ...

Supercomputer-Powered Enterprise AI Platform from NetApp and Nvidia

August 3rd, 2018 (0)
Bestowing the blessings of AI, machine learning and deep learning upon more than the 1 percent means easing entry into the mysteries of AI. This requires new combinations of technologies with capabilities otherwise possessed only by data scientists, those ...

Modernizing ‘Cranky’ Rendering Code for HPC-based Animation

August 2nd, 2018 (0)
When Miguel – the 12-year old protagonist of “Coco,” the recently released film from Disney and Pixar – first sees the Land of the Dead, it’s a beautiful moment in animated filmmaking. The city, which appears to go on ...
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