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

Benefit From Microsoft’s Open Compute Hyperscale Designs

All large companies, whether they are hyperscale datacenter operators or cloud providers or they are enterprises supporting a diverse mix of workloads, wrestle with the polar opposites of creating ...Full Article

Hadoop Finds Its Place In The Enterprise

The echoes of the blitzkrieg of product announcements at the Strata + Hadoop World conference in New York are fading. Now is a good time to step back and ...Full Article

Network Filers Take To The Clouds

Most disk storage arrays are based on commodity hardware these days. Generally speaking, they use Xeon processors from Intel as their controller brains, they use normal main memory as ...Full Article

Inside IBM’s “Hollow Core”

Like any other seller of processors and systems in the datacenter, IBM is in an uphill battle with Intel, whose Xeon processors have become the de facto standard in ...Full Article

ARM Servers To Get Muscle From Microsoft?

Microsoft is reportedly – and not unexpectedly – developing a variant of the Windows Server operating system that runs on ARM server processors. Bloomberg reports that Microsoft has a ...Full Article

Database Hotshots Build Warehouse From Scratch For The Cloud

It may seem that the last thing the world needs is another database or data store, but a new stealthy startup founded by a team of database and analytics ...Full Article

Hyperconverged Systems Go Mainstream

In a way, Hewlett-Packard, through its LeftHand Networks storage acquisition, was one of the pioneers of the hyperconverged systems market, although it didn't talk about it at the time ...Full Article

Intel Datacenter Biz Profits From Hyperscale, HPC Build Outs

In most cases, saying the datacenter is hot is a bad thing, but not so when talking about the financial results of chip maker Intel. The company just reported ...Full Article

VMware Pushes Cloud Scale Up To 100K VMs With vRealize

As part of a rebranding campaign that started back at VMworld a month and a half ago, server virtualization juggernaut VMware changed the brands on its various cloud management ...Full Article

The Myth Of The Green Datacenter

Here's the reality when it comes to datacenter energy consumption: If the cloud industry were a country, according to a recent study, it would be the fifth largest energy ...Full Article
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