Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Wednesday, October 5, 2022

AMD Enlists IBM in Confidential Computing Push

AMD continues to expand its confidential computing initiative launched during the summer with another cloud partnership, this one with an AI twist designed to accelerate and secure workloads running ...Full Article

Xilinx Partners with Chip Startup on Runtime Security

As the focus on data center security shifts from software and hardware, chip implementations used in servers are expanding beyond security at system boot to vulnerable data “in-use” runtimes. ...Full Article

Micron Boosts 3D NAND Flash Density

The high-density 3D NAND flash memory unveiled by Micron Technology this week promises to boost storage application performance from the data center to the edge, potentially hastening the growing ...Full Article

Graph Databases Gaining Enterprise-Ready Features

Graph database vendors are broadening their applications by adding enterprise-focused features to help customers who are dealing with the burdens of huge troves of business-critical data. In a move ...Full Article

Intel Finds a 5G Partner: DISH

Enterprise infrastructure vendors of varying stripes continue to turn their attention to 5G wireless rollouts, forging partnerships with a growing list of carriers looking to extend their telecommunications and ...Full Article

Azure Joins AWS in Space

The public cloud competition is heading into Earth orbit. As more satellite constellations are launched to provide space-based broadband connections, public cloud vendors are ramping up plans to launch ...Full Article

AI Demands Are Fueling Hardware Acceleration

As Moore’s law chip scaling reaches the point of diminishing returns, processor architectures are evolving to accelerate everything from AI model training and inference, data centers that support those ...Full Article

With Optane Gaining, Intel Exits NAND Flash

In a sign that its 3D XPoint memory technology is gaining traction, Intel Corp. is departing the NAND flash memory and storage market with the sale of its manufacturing ...Full Article

Sonic Boom: Net OS Touted as Next Linux

An industry consensus is emerging around the network operating system called Sonic. A growing list of enterprise infrastructure vendors have announced switching gear and other networking components based on ...Full Article

AMD Expands Roster of Datacenter Server Partners

AMD announced expanded datacenter partnerships with server maker Lenovo and Nutanix Inc. that will use the chip makers Epyc processor to deliver hyperconverged and virtualized infrastructure. The expanded ecosystem ...Full Article
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