Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Friday, August 12, 2022

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Stacking Up Xeon E7 v2 Chips Against The Competition

Since Intel entered the server market formally in 1993, it has used its prowess in manufacturing and its ever-expanding sophistication in chip design to knock countless competitive chips out ...Full Article

Why Amazon Can’t Catch Lucera Financial Cloud

The Lucera cloud that is dedicated to high frequency trading, liquidity matching, and foreign exchange has opened up its doors to customers after building it out for the past ...Full Article

SAP HANA Wrings Performance From New Intel Xeons

The in-memory HANA database designed by SAP to radically improve the performance of queries and transaction processing has been a boon to the company. It is the fastest growing ...Full Article

Intel Aims Xeon E7 v2 At Big Memory Workloads

Big companies support thousands of users on their applications, they have big databases behind them, and they therefore need big iron. For those who want to migrate off of ...Full Article

Sneak Peeks At Some Future Open Compute Servers

Events like the Open Compute Summit are like show-and-tell for hardware geeks. It is a chance for system designers, builders, and in this case customers to give their peers ...Full Article

Lenovo Enters Datacenters With $2.3 Billion IBM X86 Server Deal

The many thousands of large enterprise customers, government agencies, and supercomputer labs that depend on IBM System x, BladeCenter, iDataPlex, and PureSystems servers will soon have a new partner: ...Full Article

Amazon Cranks Up I/O On New EC2 Cloud Slices

Cloud computing juggernaut Amazon Web Services has forged a new class of server instances for its EC2 compute cloud that feature the kind of high I/O that it says ...Full Article

IBM Again Rumored To Be Selling Off X86 Server Business

The rumors have started up again that IBM is getting ready to leave the X86 server business, with Dell and Fujitsu being mentioned as possible suitors. With the large ...Full Article

Datacenter Lifts Intel In 2013, But Can It Repeat In 2014?

It is easy to predict what the big cloud builders and hyperscale datacenter operators are going to do: They are going to build more glasshouses and buy or build ...Full Article

Intel Uses Moore’s Law And Virtualization To Shrink Its Datacenters

Chip maker Intel operates one of the largest clusters in the world to push Moore’s Law along with its electronic design automation systems, as EnterpriseTech has previously revealed. But ...Full Article
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