Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Intel Adds 56-core Socketed Cooper Lake

Intel today announced that its forthcoming Cooper Lake Xeon Scalable processors, based on Intel’s 14nm++ process, will come with up to 56-cores in a socketed form factor, leveraging the ...Full Article

Xilinx vs. Intel: FPGA Market Leaders Launch Server Accelerator Cards

The two FPGA market leaders, Intel and Xilinx, both announced new accelerator cards this week designed to handle specialized, compute-intensive workloads and unburden already overworked CPUs in data center ...Full Article

Kubernetes Developer Mesosphere Rebrands as D2iQ

Kubernetes, the de facto standard cluster orchestrator, continues to transform an expanding ecosystem of enterprise cloud vendors to the point where some are changing their identity to reflect the ...Full Article

Intel Omni-Path Interconnect: One and Done

Intel Corp.’s plans to make a big splash in the network fabric market for linking HPC, AI and other high performance workloads has apparently belly-flopped. The chip maker confirmed to ...Full Article

Xilinx–SolarFlare Deal Closes, Combines FPGAs, High Performance Networks

In a year of major M&A activity in the high performance technology sector, Xilinx announced today the closing of its acquisition of low latency network provider SolarFlare, whose speedy ...Full Article

Red Hat Usage Data: IBM AI Gold Mine?

Data may have been a major – and under-appreciated – factor compelling Big Blue to plunk down $34 billion for Red Hat, a deal (the third largest in tech ...Full Article

Intel Charges Spark Workloads with Optane Persistent Memory

Intel didn’t wow chip lovers earlier this year with the launch of its 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors “Cascade Lake” processors, which are based on the same 14nm ...Full Article

5G: Higher Data Rates Only Part of It – Here’s Why

5G is massively faster than 4G: 5GB/second vs. 100-200MB/second. Impressive, yes, but higher data rates explains only part of 5G's significance. The coming 5G cellular network will bring the ...Full Article

Container Storage Goes Native

Persistent storage emerged as an early requirement for shifting application containers to full production. Industry standards groups have since taken up the cause by launching so-called “cloud-native” storage projects ...Full Article

Docker Tightens Embrace of Kubernetes

The latest enterprise version of the Docker software container platform is aimed at delivering cloud-native applications from hybrid cloud deployments out to emerging network edge devices. The container pioneer ...Full Article
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