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

NVMe Fabrics Enter Express Lane

As the volume and velocity of data grows exponentially, storage vendors are increasingly promoting NVM Express as a device interface for accessing non-volatile storage media. Enterprise storage vendors such ...Full Article

Docker Tightens its Embrace of Kubernetes

The rise of application containers has touched off a debate about whether containers will eventually replace virtual machines. For a number of reasons, most notably security, probably not. At ...Full Article

Google Cloud Goes Global with Nvidia T4 GPUs

Nvidia’s T4 GPUs unveiled earlier this year for accelerating workloads such as AI inference and training are making their “global” debut as cloud instances on Google Cloud. Google (NASDAQ: ...Full Article

Dell EMC’s Powerhouse Machine Learning Server: up to 10 GPUs

Dell EMC has launched a thoroughbred machine learning server for the data center and at the edge, its most powerful in the company’s line of AI servers, with four, ...Full Article

Dell Extends VMware Cloud

Dell Technologies unveiled what amounts to a one-stop shop for cloud datacenter services built upon a VMware cloud running on hyperconverged Dell EMC infrastructure and aimed at edge computing ...Full Article

‘Implicit HPC’: Using HPC for AI, Advanced Analytics – Without Knowing It

With greater capability and improved ease of access, HPC cycles are more commonly being put in the hands of engineers and scientists who aren’t computer experts.  The infrastructure under ...Full Article

In Wake of Nvidia-Mellanox: Xilinx to Acquire Solarflare

With echoes of Nvidia’s recent acquisition of Mellanox, FPGA co-leader (along with Intel) has announced a definitive agreement to acquire Solarflare Communications, provider of high performance-low latency networks beloved ...Full Article

IBM’s Watson Retreat Highlights AI Shortcomings for Medical Research

Amid reports of declining sales and growing skepticism about the utility of machine learning for complex medical research, IBM will reportedly end sales of its Watson AI software used ...Full Article

AIOps: Slaying the Dragon of IT Complexity

There’s a growing threat in the IT world – the widening gap between IT complexity/change and the human ability to manage it. The digital transformation of the enterprise data ...Full Article

Cloud Spending Grows Despite Unused Capacity

AI and machine learning workloads along with Internet of Things and edge computing initiatives are prompting companies to add workload processing capacity. Still, according to a new survey, that ...Full Article
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