Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Monday, August 8, 2022

Peek Into AMD’s New Atlanta Glass House

Like many enterprises these days, chip maker AMD is looking to consolidate its myriad datacenters and smaller data closets to save operating expenses and to drive up the utilization ...Full Article

Facebook Uses Ikea Modular Approach In Second Swedish Datacenter

Facebook announced it will be using new lean manufacturing concepts, developed as part of the Open Compute Project (OCP), for the construction of a second building at its existing ...Full Article

Dell Forges Custom G5 Racks For Hyperscale Shops

As funny as it sounds, the standard computing rack is a problem in the datacenter. The physical layout of datacenters is pegged to the dimensions, weight, power draw, and ...Full Article

Chilly UK Weather Cools Latest Rackspace Datacenter

Rackspace recently broke ground on a 130,000 square foot, 10 megawatt datacenter, in the West Sussex region of England, south of London. The US-based cloud and hosting provider together ...Full Article

Dell Takes A Long View On Datacenters

One of the things that Dell committed to do once it went private was to invest more in research and development. Last summer, while the privatization effort was still ...Full Article

Scaling Renewable Energy In The Datacenter

Why does being green in the datacenter matter? That is the question that the people responsible for the electric bills at the massive datacenters run by Microsoft, Facebook, and ...Full Article

Could ‘Power Attacks’ Be Threatening Your Datacenter?

If hackers want to knock out server infrastructure, they might not need to target the machines with malware to corrupt their software stack. They might just use malware to ...Full Article

Intel Uses Moore’s Law And Virtualization To Shrink Its Datacenters

Chip maker Intel operates one of the largest clusters in the world to push Moore’s Law along with its electronic design automation systems, as EnterpriseTech has previously revealed. But ...Full Article

3M and Allied Control Cool Clusters with Novec Bubble Bath

One of the more interesting demonstrations at the SC13 supercomputing conference last week in Denver was a Xeon E5 server dunked in a tank of Novec fire suppressant fluid. ...Full Article

Facebook, Google Tout Renewable Energy Projects

Big computing takes big energy. Two of the biggest computing entities on the planet, Facebook and Google, have revealed details of new renewable energy projects that they are involved ...Full Article
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