Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Monday, February 6, 2023

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Intel to Put Its AI chips Head-to-head in Cloud

Intel will provide a one-stop shop for customers to measure the performance of their AI applications on their different chips. The company later this year will arm its Intel ...Full Article

IBM Collaboration Looks to Bring Massive AI Models to Any Cloud

Training machine learning foundation models with sometimes billions of parameters demands serious computing power. For example, the largest version of GPT-3, the famous large language model behind OpenAI’s DALL-E ...Full Article

HPE Adapting New Server Hardware to Changing Cloud Models

Server hardware has taken a backseat to software-defined virtual machines handling datacenter workloads, but HPE is emphasizing the importance of hardware in these virtual operating models. HPE created waves ...Full Article

AI for DevOps: Cutting Cost, Reducing Risk, Speeding Delivery

Organizations collectively spend billions every month on DevOps processes, yet bad code still makes it into production, causing downtime, additional time/money, and reputational harm. With so much at stake, ...Full Article

At VMworld 2021, VMware, Nvidia, Dell Unveil Deeper Cloud, Edge, Kubernetes Partnerships

From new enterprise cloud capabilities to deeper features for edge computing applications to broader Kubernetes usability, there is something to help every business at this year’s VMworld 2021 virtual ...Full Article

What Bezos Leaving as CEO Means for Amazon and AWS

As Jeff Bezos prepares to give up Amazon’s CEO seat to become the company’s executive chair in the third quarter of 2021, the big question now being asked is ...Full Article

Altair Moves HPC Forward in 2020
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High-performance and enterprise computing took big steps forward in 2020, with organizations harnessing computing power to tackle brand new challenges and responding to the shifting requirements of a remotely ...Full Article

IBM Expands 5G Cloud Ecosystem

IBM continues to add to its roster of telecommunications industry partners readying 5G wireless rollouts extending to the network edge. The cloud vendor (NYSE: IBM) also this week announced ...Full Article

Sonic Boom: Net OS Touted as Next Linux

An industry consensus is emerging around the network operating system called Sonic. A growing list of enterprise infrastructure vendors have announced switching gear and other networking components based on ...Full Article

5G is Going Cloud Native

Cloud infrastructure vendors are lining to collaborate with telecommunications and network equipment partners to help roll out 5G services, aiming for what one public cloud vendor dubs “carrier-grade cloud.” ...Full Article
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