Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Friday, September 18, 2020
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HPE Expands GreenLake Push to the Edge

Hewlett Packard Enterprise continues to extend its GreenLake cloud services to the network edge with the addition of faster deployments for distributed environments ranging from application containers and virtual ...Full Article

Nvidia Unveils AI Supercomputer, Launches A100 PCIe Cards

Nvidia unveiled its Selene AI supercomputer today in tandem with the updated listing of world’s fastest computers. Nvidia also introduced the PCIe form factor of the Ampere-based A100 GPU. ...Full Article

Nvidia Goes Deep With Mellanox Datacenter Net Security

When Nvidia announced its acquisition of Mellanox, the GPU leader noted that datacenters would eventually be built like high performance computers. Hence, it’s not surprising the first fruits of ...Full Article

How Aligning AI Project Teams Can Ensure AI Success

While AI deployments are picking up steam, challenges to success, both technical and cultural, abound. One of the biggest challenges is the lack of alignment among the three pillars ...Full Article

Intel Launches 3rd Gen Scalable Xeons for 4- and 8-Socket Platforms for AI, Datacenter

Intel today unveiled its third-generation Scalable Xeon processor family (codenamed Cooper Lake) for four- and eight-socket servers, aimed at AI and analytics workloads running in the datacenter. In total, ...Full Article

Intel Refreshes Optane Persistent Memory, Adds New NAND SSDs

Intel Corp. remains persistent in upgrading its Optane persistent memory series. The chip maker (NASDAQ: INTC) said this week its second generation Optane series is tuned to the latest version ...Full Article

AWS Plows Snow Family to the Edge

Amazon Web Services added to its Snow family of data migration and edge devices this week with the introduction of a secure edge computing and data transfer device dubbed ...Full Article

Dell EMC Looks to Scale File, Object Storage

Infrastructure vendors are increasingly turning their attention to hyper-storage systems enterprise customers require to organize and leverage mountains of unstructured data. Comes now the latest offering from Dell Technologies ...Full Article

Breaking Down Dark Data Barriers in Asset-Intensive Industries

The phrase “Dark Data” – referring to data that is unknown or untapped – has been bantered around technology conferences for years. Many industries are well on their way ...Full Article

Chip Architect Jim Keller Resigns from Intel

Prominent chip exec Jim Keller is parting ways with Intel, where he led the Silicon Engineering Group for two years. Keller resigned effective today (June 11) for “personal reasons,” ...Full Article
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