Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Friday, August 7, 2020
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Red Hat Adds Tools for ‘Open Hybrid Cloud’

The rise of the Linux kernel nearly three decades ago and the open source operating system it begat has fundamentally changed the way enterprises operate, virtualizing IT infrastructure, ushering ...Full Article

‘Natural Language Understanding’ Appliance Targets the Email Deluge

“Eighty percent of customer service should go to the other 20 percent.”     - Yogi Berra Like many things he said, Yogi never said that. But the statement gets ...Full Article

Micron Releases Open Source Storage Engine

Growing enterprise demand for object-based storage along with the proliferation of all-flash memory infrastructure has prompted one hardware vendor to release an open source version of its memory-class storage ...Full Article

OpenShift Emerges as Focus of IBM Cloud Plans

The basis of IBM’s hybrid cloud strategy revolves around its assertion that about 80 percent of enterprise workloads have yet to migrate to the cloud. First articulated by ex-CEO ...Full Article

Liqid’s Off-the-Shelf AI Supercomputer Takes on DGX-2

This article has been updated, with information added on April 24 to the original version. Composable infrastructure specialist Liqid has taken on Nvidia’s DGX-2, the 2 petaFLOPS superstar of ...Full Article

IBM Flat Despite Cloud Gains, HPE Declares Dividend

In a financial earnings season like none before, two of the world’s largest enterprise IT infrastructure vendors appear headed in opposite directions. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) declared a ...Full Article

The DNA of AI Success: What It Looks Like and How to Get It

The AI journey starts with a single step, but too many companies take the wrong first step.  The natural tendency is to begin with PoC projects at the departmental ...Full Article

Pandemic Uncertainty Clouds Chip Forecasts

Uncertainty over the duration and impact of COVID-19 on the global economy is prompting uncertain forecasts in key technology segments like semiconductors, a market that was already seeing steep ...Full Article

AIOps Platform Aims to Cut ‘Alert Fatigue’

AIOps seems to take delight in crying wolf – day and night, bells and whistles go off notifying IT site reliability engineers (SRE) that something might be wrong. Or ...Full Article

What’s New in Computing vs. COVID-19: Groceries, Smartphones, Competitions & More

Artificial intelligence, big data and high performance computing are crucial tools in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Around the world, researchers, corporations and governments are devoting computing resources ...Full Article
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