Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Saturday, December 3, 2022

Will COVID Revive Regional Manufacturing?

The vulnerabilities of global supply chains exposed by the pandemic have reignited calls for reconstituting regional production capabilities with the ultimate goal of “reshoring” manufacturing—mainly from China. Those efforts ...Full Article

Server Market Gets a Hefty COVID Boost

The global server market extended its rally into the first quarter of 2020 as the pandemic-prompted global lockdown boosted enterprise reliance on cloud services. Surging demand for hyperscale cloud ...Full Article

IoT Deployments Appear Immune to Pandemic

Internet of Things connections driven by early industrial deployments and pandemic-driven telemedicine applications are projected to reach 83 billion by 2024, a 130 percent growth rate, as IoT platform ...Full Article

IBM Launches AIOps, 5G Network Edge, Financial Cloud Products at Digital Think

IBM issued several product announcements this morning to kick off the company’s annual Think conference (this year called Think Digital) that include automated IT infrastructure monitoring and diagnosis (i.e., ...Full Article

Intel Expands Mobileye, Nvidia Buys Cumulus Networks

Intel Corp. moved this week to expand its Mobileye unit with the acquisition of a transportation data startup while GPU leader Nvidia acquired network software specialist Cumulus Networks as ...Full Article

Deep Learning Apps Seen Driving AI Software Revenues

Machine vision, natural language processing, data analytics and other deep learning applications will propel global AI software revenues over the next five years via a growing list of industry ...Full Article

COVID Cabin Fever: Travel Uptick Detected as Curve Flattens

An analysis of smartphone location data since mid-March reveals an outbreak of what’s been described as COVID-induced “quarantine fatigue.” University of Maryland researchers studying how social distancing and shelter-in-place ...Full Article

Red Hat Adds Tools for ‘Open Hybrid Cloud’

The rise of the Linux kernel nearly three decades ago and the open source operating system it begat has fundamentally changed the way enterprises operate, virtualizing IT infrastructure, ushering ...Full Article

Micron Releases Open Source Storage Engine

Growing enterprise demand for object-based storage along with the proliferation of all-flash memory infrastructure has prompted one hardware vendor to release an open source version of its memory-class storage ...Full Article

OpenShift Emerges as Focus of IBM Cloud Plans

The basis of IBM’s hybrid cloud strategy revolves around its assertion that about 80 percent of enterprise workloads have yet to migrate to the cloud. First articulated by ex-CEO ...Full Article
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