Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Tuesday, September 29, 2020
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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

IBM System x GM Talks About The Future With Lenovo

It has been almost a year since the first rumors surfaced that IBM was looking to sell off its X86 server business and that Lenovo Group emerged as the ...Full Article

Sneak Peeks At Some Future Open Compute Servers

Events like the Open Compute Summit are like show-and-tell for hardware geeks. It is a chance for system designers, builders, and in this case customers to give their peers ...Full Article

ARM Raises Server Chip Standard

A lot of things will have to come together before an ecosystem of processors and system makers coalesces around ARM processors. First, companies have to actually get 64-bit chips ...Full Article

Goldman Sachs And Fidelity Bank On Open Compute

What started out as a desire by Facebook to control its own infrastructure five years ago and evolved into the Open Compute Project to open source hardware and datacenter ...Full Article

Microsoft Joins The Open Source Hardware Movement

By virtue of its many online applications and its fast-growing Windows Azure compute and storage cloud, Microsoft has become one of the dominant players in the cloud in a ...Full Article

Lenovo Enters Datacenters With $2.3 Billion IBM X86 Server Deal

The many thousands of large enterprise customers, government agencies, and supercomputer labs that depend on IBM System x, BladeCenter, iDataPlex, and PureSystems servers will soon have a new partner: ...Full Article

AMD Etches “Warsaw” Opterons For Financial Services Friends

AMD is taking a trip down the Opteron 6300 lane one last time with the launch of the "Warsaw" variants of its high-end server processors. The company has been ...Full Article

Chinese Startup To Make Its Own Power8 Server Chips

IBM has added another member to its OpenPower Consortium, which seeks to expand the use of Power processors in commercial systems. The Chinese government has made no secret that ...Full Article

IBM Again Rumored To Be Selling Off X86 Server Business

The rumors have started up again that IBM is getting ready to leave the X86 server business, with Dell and Fujitsu being mentioned as possible suitors. With the large ...Full Article
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