Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Monday, June 27, 2022

AMD’s Latest Third-Gen Epyc ‘Milan’ CPUs Include AI Implications as Well

A wide range of new third-generation AMD Epyc “Milan” CPUs were unveiled March 15 (Monday) by the chipmaker, from a flagship 64-core model to 8-core versions built for a ...Full Article

Global Chip Shortage Is Negatively Impacting AI Workloads in the Cloud

If you’re finding it harder to get access to GPUs in the cloud to train your AI models lately, you’re not alone. The combination of a global chip shortage ...Full Article

Intel CPUs Gaining Optimized Deep Learning Inferencing from Deci in New Collaboration

Intel Corp. and deep learning startup Deci are partnering to help enterprises dramatically optimize inferencing and make their deep learning models more efficient and faster using Intel CPUs. The ...Full Article

New Nvidia AI Enterprise Suite Comes to VMware vSphere to Virtualize AI Workloads

Nvidia and VMware are bringing together the new Nvidia AI Enterprise software tool suite with VMware’s latest vSphere 7 Update 2 virtualization platform to make it easier for enterprises ...Full Article

Deloitte’s Upcoming Center for AI Computing Aims to Help Customers Grow AI Use

With AI use continuing to grow in adoption throughout enterprise IT, Deloitte is creating a new Deloitte Center for AI Computing to advise its customers, explain the technology and ...Full Article

IBM Reportedly Looking to Sell its Unprofitable Watson Health Business

IBM’s Watson Health business brings in $1 billion a year in revenue, but because the unit still isn’t profitable, Big Blue is reportedly looking to sell it to focus ...Full Article

IBM, Red Hat Integration Continues as IBM Mainstreams Power Systems in Pivot to Cloud

As it continues to pivot to the cloud, IBM has unveiled a new Power-based private cloud rack product line that is also porting Red Hat OpenShift capabilities to its ...Full Article

LyteLoop Wants to Take Data Storage Beyond the Clouds Into Orbit Around Earth

Diminishing returns on costly data center investments—facilities already bulging at the seams—are engendering novel architectures for storing data. Early prototypes such as Microsoft’s submersible data center address cooling requirements ...Full Article

Where to Expect Enterprise AI Growth in 2021: More Predictions from Our AI Experts

So many industry predictions for how AI use in business will change and grow in 2021 have come in to EnterpriseAI that we didn’t have room to share them ...Full Article

What Bezos Leaving as CEO Means for Amazon and AWS

As Jeff Bezos prepares to give up Amazon’s CEO seat to become the company’s executive chair in the third quarter of 2021, the big question now being asked is ...Full Article
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