Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Friday, January 17, 2020
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AI Turns up the Heat in the Data Center

Sometimes, the laws of physics can be so annoying, and AI is a case in point. There is a theoretical, experimentally verified upper limit on how many computations can ...Full Article

Human Error Offsets Greater Datacenter Reliability

Despite the vastly improved reliability of datacenter gear and the rise of managed services to anticipate and limit consequences, an industry survey finds that datacenter outages remain common and ...Full Article

DARPA Targets Network Bottlenecks

DARPA will seek to unclog the networking bottlenecks that are hindering wider use of powerful hardware in computing-intensive applications. The Pentagon research agency has unveiled another in a series ...Full Article

Chiplet Effort Advances for Workload Acceleration

Chiplet-based designs, so called because they combine multiple components into a single package, are increasingly seen as addressing the inability of general-purpose CPUs to handle skyrocketing performance requirements. Lower-cost ...Full Article

Multi-Cloud Seen Driving Managed Services

The steady enterprise shift to hybrid and multi-cloud deployments brings with it added layers of complexity as adopters seek to salvage some legacy infrastructure while migrating critical workloads to ...Full Article

Kubernetes and Containers in HPC and AI

Software containers and Kubernetes are important tools for building, deploying, running and managing modern enterprise applications at scale and delivering enterprise software faster and more reliably to the end ...Full Article

Hybrid Approach Emerges for AI Workloads

The discussion surrounding enterprise adoption of AI technologies is shifting from if to when, and what mix of IT infrastructure will be required to deploy and scale machine learning ...Full Article

The Cloud Services Market is Booming

Enterprise cloud spending far outpaces investments in other IT infrastructure, according to a mid-year assessment that pegs cloud spending at a healthy $150 billion. Synergy Research Group reported this ...Full Article

Kubernetes Adds API, Windows Upgrades

As the de facto standard Kubernetes cluster orchestrator moves deeper into enterprise IT infrastructure, version updates are coming a faster pace. The third release in 2019 comes with a ...Full Article

Dell’s AMD-Powered Server Line Targets High-End Jobs

Dell Technologies rolled out redesigned servers this week based on AMD’s latest Epyc processor that are geared toward data-driven workloads running on increasingly popular multi-cloud platforms. Dell, which has ...Full Article
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