Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Friday, December 2, 2022

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

Bitfusion Acquisition Extends VMware Virtualization of GPUs

VMware has championed the virtues of virtualization of the x86 architecture for more than 20 years, and now the company plans to extend its commitment to virtualizing new architectures ...Full Article

Google Adds Deep Learning Containers to AI Lineup

Deep learning containers, a service recently rolled out in beta by Google, aims to help AI developers package the storage and computing dependencies required for services like its Kubernetes ...Full Article

Nvidia Expands DGX-Ready AI Program to 19 Countries

Nvidia’s DGX-Ready Data Center Program, announced in January and designed to provide colo and public cloud-like options to access the company’s GPU-powered servers for AI workloads, has expanded the ...Full Article

Nvidia, Google Tie in Second MLPerf Training ‘At-Scale’ Round

Results for the second round of the AI benchmarking suite known as MLPerf were published today with Google Cloud and Nvidia each picking up three wins in the at-scale ...Full Article

Applied Materials Embedding New Memory Technologies in Chips

Applied Materials, the $17 billion Santa Clara-based materials engineering company for the semiconductor industry, today announced manufacturing systems enabling new memory technologies to be deposited “with atomic-level precision” within ...Full Article

Atos, Google Cloud Bring HPC Servers to Oracle Database Workloads

Powered by Atos BullSequana S x86-based HPC servers, Oracle users can soon run database workloads in conjunction with the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). The news, announced by Atos in ...Full Article

HPE Pins AI Strategy on Pay-as-You-Go Consumption Model

HPE, like all the system vendors, has big plans to sell massive amounts of compute capability to companies to run machine learning and deep learning workloads that help transform ...Full Article
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