Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Monday, October 3, 2022

Flash Storage Thrives as Server Sales Slump

New data points emerged this week indicating that all-flash storage arrays are beginning to make headway in datacenters as server sales continue to decline. Market researcher Dell'Oro Group reported ...Full Article

MapR Rebrands Around Converged Data Fabric

MapR Technologies today announced a major rebranding and repositioning of the data storage layer of its converged data platform. MapR-XD, as the data store is now known, provides the ...Full Article

HPE, Hedvig Target Hybrid Cloud Storage

A day after announcing lackluster quarterly results as IT hardware demand declines, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and software-defined storage startup Hedvig Inc. announced a hybrid cloud storage platform customized for HPE ...Full Article

HPE Eyes Storage Gains as Server Sales Slide

Slowing demand for servers and related networking hardware cut deeply into Hewlett-Packard Enterprise's quarterly revenues, the company reported this week. The 13 percent decline in revenues for the second ...Full Article

ARM Doubles Down on AI

ARM Ltd. joined a growing roster of processor specialists zeroing in on artificial intelligence and machine learning applications with the introduction of two new processor cores, one emphasizing performance, ...Full Article

TriCore Deal Boosts Rackspace’s Apps Offerings

A day after naming a new CEO, managed cloud specialist Rackspace has moved to beef up its enterprise application delivery capabilities with the acquisition of an application, cloud and ...Full Article

LinkedIn Spearheads Common Server Effort

A standards effort driven by LinkedIn that seeks to "redefine" future datacenter infrastructure will initially focus on a common form factor for servers, according to the founding members. Along ...Full Article

Distributed Systems and the Economic Power of Commoditization

IDC recently reported that the number of data centers is declining and, at the same time, the total square-feet of raised flooring in data centers is also shrinking. The ...Full Article

Virtual ‘Workplace’ Aims to Speed Fed Cloud

As the federal government struggles to make the transition to the cloud, lessons learned during the relatively smooth transfer executed by U.S. intelligence agencies are slowly being applied to ...Full Article

IBM-Nutanix Deal Moves Power Servers to Datacenters

Targeting AI, machine learning and other big data workloads, IBM and Nutanix will join forces to deliver the enterprise cloud vendor's software via Power servers. The deal is Nutanix's ...Full Article
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