News & Insights for the AI Journey|Sunday, April 21, 2019
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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

3M and Allied Control Cool Clusters with Novec Bubble Bath

One of the more interesting demonstrations at the SC13 supercomputing conference last week in Denver was a Xeon E5 server dunked in a tank of Novec fire suppressant fluid. ...Full Article

Red Hat Linux Adds Time Stamp, NVM, and Virtual Hot Plug

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is by far the dominant variant of commercially supported Linux in the enterprise, and based on anecdotal evidence has an even larger share of Linux ...Full Article

Hedge Fund Scraps DIY Lustre Cluster for Terascala

When high performance is needed, some enterprises have no choice but to get out there on the bleeding edge and experiment with new technology and put it into production ...Full Article

Amazon SVP Says Outlook for Enterprise Datacenters Is Cloudy

Amazon Web Services doesn't see the world the same way that most system makers do, Andy Jassy, senior vice president of the cloud computing arm of the retailing giant, ...Full Article

HP to Port NonStop Clusters from Itanium to Xeon

Hewlett-Packard is in the process of porting its NonStop fault tolerant database clusters to Intel's Xeon processors after an eight-year run on the Itanium chip. The company is also ...Full Article

Eucalyptus Tightens Integration with AWS, VMware Clouds

OpenStack may get a lot of attention these days, but plenty of enterprise customers who are building private clouds choose Eucalyptus Systems and its eponymous cloud controller. The reason ...Full Article

Ubuntu Server Linux Wrapped in Latest OpenStack

The quickest way to get your hands on a commercially supported variant of the new "Havana" OpenStack cloud orchestrator is to go to Canonical and get its Ubuntu Server ...Full Article

Xeon Phi Coprocessors Accelerate Platform Symphony Grids

Financial services institutions running risk analytics, Monte Carlo simulations, or pricing algorithms using IBM's Platform Symphony grid software on their clusters are getting a computational boost now that Symphony ...Full Article

Tilera Rescues CPU Cycles with Network Coprocessors

Should an X86 processor be running network functions, or should those jobs be offloaded to a coprocessor? Tilera thinks it is time to get that work off the CPU ...Full Article
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