Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Smoother Waters Ahead For Mellanox After Choppy 2013

The major markets that Mellanox Technologies sells its switch chips, switches, and server adapter cards into are inherently choppy and often driven by very large deals in its sales ...Full Article

AMD, Applied Micro Take Fabric Weaving 101 For ARM Server Chips

AMD and Applied Micro, the two biggest and most vocal of the remaining ARM server chip makers now that upstart Calxeda has shut down, have taken up weaving. Both ...Full Article

Cisco Refreshes Nexus Switches, Integrates Whiptail Flash With UCS

If you are in the hunt for new switches in your datacenter, Cisco Systems has just revamped portions of its Nexus line of top-of-rack and end-of-row devices. Cisco has ...Full Article

On-Chip Networking May Survive Calxeda Shutdown

Just after EnterpriseTech went on hiatus for the holiday, ARM server chip pioneer Calxeda closed its doors. This was something of a shock to those who have been championing ...Full Article

High Frequency Trader Spins Out Custom Network Hardware

Australian high frequency trading firm Zomojo knows a thing or two about low latency trading and has been building its own hardware and trading platform software for the past ...Full Article

Intel to Pull Networking Into Xeon and Xeon Phi Chips

Among other things, Moore's Law allows for the successive integration of system components onto processors. Various levels of cache memory as well as main memory controllers and peripheral controllers ...Full Article

Microsoft to Drive RDMA Into Datacenters and Clouds

Software giant Microsoft has been using InfiniBand networking technology in its Azure cloud for a few years now, and has also been working with Mellanox Technologies to tune up ...Full Article

Prototype Open Compute Switches Revealed

The Open Compute Project started by Facebook to do open source hardware may have to change its name soon, now that its Networking project to disaggregate switches and create ...Full Article

Regional Datacenter Bracing for 40GbE Demand

Datachambers, a datacenter operator that offers co-location and hosting services across North Carolina, has tapped Extreme Networks to be its Ethernet switch provider as part of a build out ...Full Article

Cisco Bakes SDN Into Switch Chips

Cisco Systems is still the dominant supplier of switches and routers in the datacenter, but upstarts like Arista Networks and Juniper Networks have done well selling faster switches in ...Full Article
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