Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Wednesday, November 25, 2020
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Hyperion Research: COVID-19 Changing the Global 2020 HPC Market Landscape

SC20—Before the COVID-19 pandemic essentially stopped the world in its tracks in March, the global HPC server market was expected to grow from $13.7 billion in 2019 to $14.5 ...Full Article

AI Triage Model Predicts COVID Oxygen Needs

Among the first steps when COVID-19 patients are hospitalized is a blood oxygen test used to determine whether they require supplemental oxygen. Given the “wildfire” nature of the pandemic ...Full Article

Globalfoundries Sees Pandemic ‘Pulling’ Chip Demand

Globalfoundries, the custom semiconductor manufacturer, announced advancements on several fronts this week, including the latest version of its FDX platform aimed at low-power, edge devices as well as a ...Full Article

DoD’s Early Warning System Targets New Enemy: COVID-19

Artificial intelligence technology has been enlisted in a Defense Department research effort to develop an early warning system for identifying infectious diseases. Recent COVID-19 outbreaks in the confined quarters ...Full Article

COVID’s ‘Next Normal’ Fueling Cloud Migration

The pandemic’s impact on how and where enterprise IT infrastructure is deployed remains an open question, with datacenter backers arguing security doubts will keep corporate data on-premises while cloud ...Full Article

New Tool Emerges to Speed COVID Test Results

Efforts to accelerate SARS-CoV-2 testing results got a boost this week with the unveiling of a series of workstations advertised as capable of preparing and running thousands of COVID-19 ...Full Article

Op-Ed: Poor Countries Are Struggling to Industrialize Their Way to Growth – AI Can Help

While it is still too early to tell how severely COVID-19 will damage the world’s rich economies, some worry that the devastation will be far worse in poor ones, ...Full Article

IT Spending Remains Steady Despite Pandemic

Market forecasters continue to crunch the numbers to determine precisely how the pandemic will shape IT spending during a period of unprecedented uncertainty. Moreover, the need to adapt in ...Full Article

Cloud Doubts Mean Datacenters Aren’t Going Away

The death of the enterprise datacenter has been greatly exaggerated, an annual survey finds, adding that on-premises infrastructure is “neither dead nor dying” despite a migration of some critical ...Full Article

Software Sector Among Tech Leaders in Deals, Funding

Software industry mergers and acquisitions reached $3 billion during the second quarter of 2020, driven in part by the shift to cloud computing and cloud-native applications along with the ...Full Article
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