Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Hyperscale Datacenters To Dominate Server Shipments

The cloud, in its many forms, is changing the nature of servers and storage and is therefore transforming the overall market for systems and storage. Nothing makes this more ...Full Article

Shared Memory Clusters Accelerate Databases

In-memory databases are going mainstream to accelerate analytics, and if the success of SAP's HANA in-memory database is any guide, then it looks like companies will be looking at ...Full Article

Quanta Pushes Foot Inside Enterprise Datacenter Doors

Hyperscale cloud operators like Facebook and Rackspace Hosting came to Taiwanese manufacturer Quanta Computer several years ago when they wanted to design and build custom machines tuned up for ...Full Article

Stacking Up Xeon E7 v2 Chips Against The Competition

Since Intel entered the server market formally in 1993, it has used its prowess in manufacturing and its ever-expanding sophistication in chip design to knock countless competitive chips out ...Full Article

Intel Aims Xeon E7 v2 At Big Memory Workloads

Big companies support thousands of users on their applications, they have big databases behind them, and they therefore need big iron. For those who want to migrate off of ...Full Article

The Math On Big NUMA Versus Clusters

Even if you are not thinking of buying a big Sparc/Solaris server, some new math by Oracle might get you to thinking about shared memory machines as opposed to ...Full Article

Google Tests Homegrown Power8 Servers

Ever since Google joined as one of the first members of the OpenPower Consortium that IBM started last year, everyone has been wondering what Google is up to. The ...Full Article

First X86 Servers, Now IBM Wants Out Of Chips?

IBM may be looking to part ways with its semiconductor manufacturing business. Citing a person familiar with the matter, the Wall Street Journal reports that IBM is considering selling ...Full Article

Canonical To Kick Ubuntu Server Into Hyperscale

Canonical, the maker of the Ubuntu distribution of Linux, does not have the same kind of footprint in enterprise datacenters that rivals Red Hat and SUSE Linux do. But ...Full Article

Dell Fires Up A Bevy Of 64-Bit ARM Servers For Developers

People have been talking about 64-bit ARM server processors for so long that it is tough at times to remember that they actually have not existed until fairly recently. ...Full Article
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