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The Rush to 5G Begins, Driven by IoT

The number of 5G wireless connections is forecast to soar 150 percent over the next five years as infrastructure rollouts gather momentum for connecting sensors and other edge devices. ...Full Article

Cumulus Networks, HPE Team on Open Net Storage

The shift to open networking platforms is getting another boost with a partnership between software vendor Cumulus Networks and Hewlett Packard Enterprise to provide storage networking frameworks in datacenters. ...Full Article

Standard Hardware Fueling Datacenter Boom

Datacenter construction is booming in the second half of 2019 as cloud providers and co-location service providers embrace common platforms that scale to accommodate data-driven applications and services. IHS ...Full Article

Datacenters Flush with All-Flash Storage

Storage based on all-flash NVM Express arrays is gaining a foothold in enterprise datacenters even as the overall server storage market stumbles. The datacenter storage market is in the ...Full Article

Open Compute Switches Flood Datacenters

Datacenter operators increasingly turning to commodity hardware are embracing bare-metal provisioning of switching gear certified by the Open Compute Project, according to a quarterly market survey. IHS Markit reported ...Full Article

AMD Spotlights HPC Processor, GPU Roadmaps

Advanced Micro Devices continued to play its hot hand at this week’s Computex event in Taipei, Taiwan, highlighting its processor roadmap at the cutting-edge 7-nanometer process node that includes ...Full Article

Google Shifts Kubernetes Focus to Datacenters

Google has released a beta version of its cloud platform the incorporates Kubernetes to help build and manage services in hybrid deployments with a particular emphasis on in-house services. ...Full Article

Xilinx Moves FPGAs Deeper into Datacenters

Three Chinese infrastructure vendors are embracing FPGA technology as a way of accelerating datacenter workloads. FPGA specialist Xilinx Inc. announced during a developer forum in Beijing this week that ...Full Article

In Challenge to Intel, AMD Eyes Server Upgrades

AMD is zeroing in on datacenter overhauls as a means of chipping away at rival Intel Corp.’s x86 dominance of the enterprise IT infrastructure market. Some market analysts are ...Full Article

Nvidia Unifies AI, HPC Workloads in Datacenters

Nvidia’s latest cloud server platform is intended as a “building block,” in the reference design sense, to support AI training and inference along with HPC workloads such as simulations. ...Full Article
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