Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Tuesday, September 29, 2020
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VMware, Server Partners, Rework Hybrid Clouds Around Net Adapters

The shift to hardware accelerators used to boost the performance of AI, machine learning and cloud-native applications is also having the unintended consequence of adding complexity for already overworked ...Full Article

5G is Going Cloud Native

Cloud infrastructure vendors are lining to collaborate with telecommunications and network equipment partners to help roll out 5G services, aiming for what one public cloud vendor dubs “carrier-grade cloud.” ...Full Article

Industrial-Strength Private Wireless Nets Emerge

Network equipment makers are zeroing in on emerging 5G wireless capabilities increasingly seen as the backbone for industrial Internet of Things (IoT) deployments. Those 5G equipment vendors are shifting ...Full Article

Edge Computing Seen Transitioning to ‘Intelligent Edge’

The extension of cloud computing capabilities from datacenters to the somewhat amorphous network edge, variously defined as a connected device, appliance or a network gateway, is morphing into something ...Full Article

The Opening of 5G Networks Takes Shape

Momentum is building to pull apart and expose 5G network interfaces in hopes of developing open source software for key components like radio access networks, or RANs. Among the ...Full Article

Open 5G Push Seen Attracting Hyperscalers

The technology lines are being drawn in the race to deploy 5G wireless networks that would underpin emerging enterprise applications ranging from the Internet of Things a host of ...Full Article

AI/ML in Broadband Networks: the Role of Standards

Earlier this year a new initiative to create standards for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in the cable telecommunications industry was launched. The working group, which draws ...Full Article

AI Chip Start-up Groq to Detail Technology Progress in Fall

AI chip startup Groq announced this week it had closed its most recent funding round, saying the new investments will help it double in size by the end of ...Full Article

‘Open Season on Open Source,’ Supply Chain Survey Warns

Open source software development is thriving despite the pandemic, with a new supply chain survey estimating a record 1.5 trillion downloads this year of open source components and containers. ...Full Article

‘Unified Platform’ Accelerates Air Force DevSecOps

The U.S. military’s embrace of Silicon Valley-style agile software development now extends to quick turn-around programming required to respond to evolving cyber threats. Among the earliest attempts to break ...Full Article
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