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Nvidia Pushes Deep Learning into Datacenters, IoT

Nvidia upped the ante on GPU acceleration for deep learning with the latest release of inferencing engine that supports a range of machine intelligence applications running in datacenters as ...Full Article

Amazon’s Diversified Patent Portfolio Expanding

Amazon has long eschewed profits, preferring instead to plow capital expenditures into product innovation in sectors ranging from online retail to cloud computing. That aggressive strategy has made it ...Full Article

IBM Maintains Patent Lead, But Here Comes Amazon

Intellectual property has become the coin of the realm for technology enterprises. Hence, companies like IBM and high-flying global competitors like Samsung tout their growing patent portfolios as market ...Full Article

Amazon Enters Chip Business with ARM Platform

Amazon.com crashed the semiconductor sector this week, announcing that its Annapurna Labs Inc. subsidiary would offer an ARM-based platform-on-a-chip targeting network-attached storage and networking applications. The new chips dubbed ...Full Article

When Vendors Don’t Play Nice, the Enterprise Loses

Microsoft is leading the way to the future of the enterprise business model. This might be hard to believe considering the company’s track record of locking users into its ...Full Article

With Cloud and Mobile, Moven Brings Banking into Digital Age

Without cloud or mobile applications, startup financial firm Moven might not exist. After all, the digital-age company is using these assets to both compete and ally with traditional banks. The ...Full Article

AWS Earnings Validate Hybrid IT’s Staying Power

When Amazon revealed its much-conjectured earnings and growth for its public cloud service, Amazon Web Services (AWS), it disclosed some surprising information in its quarterly earnings report. Indeed, AWS pulled ...Full Article

AWS Rules Cloud Services Roost

Amazon Web Services dominates the cloud infrastructure services market, owning a bigger share than all its largest competitors combined. AWS holds 29 percent of the market, according to a ...Full Article

Cloud Competitors Nip at AWS’ Heels

Well-established cloud service providers remain enterprises' partners of choice, but challengers are nipping at their heels as more organizations turn to cloud for myriad infrastructure needs, a new report ...Full Article

Honda Speeds Past On-Site Clusters for Critical R&D

When one thinks of Honda Motor Company, the first image that comes to mind are likely of the automobiles, which wouldn’t be unnatural given that the company is a ...Full Article
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