News & Insights for the AI Journey|Sunday, December 15, 2019
  • Subscribe to EnterpriseAI Weekly Updates:  Subscribe by email

OCP

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

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

How the OCP NIC 3.0 is Making Hyperscale Data Centers Cooler

Managing and storing more data has forced hyperscale data center companies to reexamine not just how they build a data center but also the thousands of servers housed inside ...Full Article

OCP Storage Hits the Datacenter

The emerging market for storage equipment based on the Open Compute Project is expected to more than double through 2023, according to datacenter storage equipment forecast. IHS Markit said ...Full Article

Inspur Goes for the Golden Hyperscale/AI Ring

Inspur, the no. 3 server vendor in the world (Gartner) is taking aim at the biggest, shiniest golden ring in the entire data center server marketplace: hyperscale and AI ...Full Article

Chip Makers Collaborate on NVMe Fabrics

A trio of chip makers will collaborate on a reference architecture for speeding deployment of NVM Express over storage network fabrics. Cavium Technologies, which specializes in processors for cloud ...Full Article

OCP Tackles ‘Big Software’ Compatibility Issues

The Open Compute Project spearheaded by Facebook continues to wring out "big software" platforms such as the latest release of OpenStack, container orchestrators like Kubernetes along with block and ...Full Article

Intel, Facebook Accelerate Datacenters With FPGAs

Intel Corp.'s plan to combine its next Xeon processor with a batch of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) along with ongoing collaboration with Facebook aims to accelerate a growing ...Full Article

First 10 GB/s SSD Flash Drive Coming This Summer – And It’s OCP-Compliant

Seagate Technology today unveiled what it said is the fastest single flash-based solid-state drive (SSD), with throughput performance of 10 GB/s. Targeting hyperscale data centers, data-intensive enterprises and HPC, ...Full Article

Open Compute Expands Switch Offerings

The networking branch of the Open Compute Project announced a pair of new standard switches this week along with plans in the upcoming year to focus on faster networking ...Full Article
Page 1 of 212
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!