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Architecting Your Network for 5G

Architecting Your Network for 5G

5G has the unique challenge of enabling not only well-known services, such as mobile phone calls and ...

AIOps: Power Tool for Managing Systems Beyond Human Comprehension

AIOps: Power Tool for Managing Systems Beyond Human Comprehension

You’re an accomplished IT manager in financial services, retail or other data-intensive organization, and you preside over ...

How to Fight the Coming Quantum Data Decryption Threat

How to Fight the Coming Quantum Data Decryption Threat

Is quantum computing 15 years away? Twenty? Is a nation state or threat actor secretly already using ...

Report: Financial Services Sector in $14B Analytics Binge

Report: Financial Services Sector in $14B Analytics Binge

“Big data” has come to mean different things to different people, morphing from the huge data volumes ...

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As enterprises shift from the “waterfall” software development model to agile microservices architectures, integrators are offering new frameworks for easing the transition. Among them is WSO2, the open source integration vendor that this week released the latest version of its platform designed to hasten the implementation of microservices used to roll out distributed applications. On the premise that microservices ... Full article
5G has the unique challenge of enabling not only well-known services, such as mobile phone calls and ultra-broadband, but new services with very different characteristics. These services include low latency machine communications, such as autonomous vehicles, and Internet of Things (IoT), which may see as many as a million devices per square kilometer. This will call for significant changes ... Full article
Editor’s note: Stay tuned for sister publication HPCwire’s 2018 Readers’ Choice Award nominations! These annual awards are our way of giving back, community, but we cannot do it without you. To make sure you have the chance to submit your favorite industry efforts across verticals and technologies, subscribe to EnterpriseTech and we’ll be reaching out this month to request your nominations.  ... Full article
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You’re an accomplished IT manager in financial services, retail or other data-intensive organization, and you preside over an insanely complex IT system, one that handles millions of roboticized transactions per hour, that sprawls globally from on-prem to the cloud to the edge, a system with containers that live and die in a heartbeat, that generates hundreds of events every ... Full article
Is quantum computing 15 years away? Twenty? Is a nation state or threat actor secretly already using it? Are threat actors already capturing and storing your data, hoping some of it will still be useful when quantum computers enable them to decrypt it? We don’t fully know the answer to these questions, but we do know one thing – ... Full article
“Big data” has come to mean different things to different people, morphing from the huge data volumes too big for traditional databases to handle, to the infrastructure required to ingest, store and analyze varieties of structured and, increasingly, unstructured data. As this big data construct expands to include streaming and archived data along with sensor information and transactions, the ... Full article
IBM today announced a new all flash-based entry to its storage products portfolio, a fusion of high performance storage technologies that the company said combines low latency IBM FlashCore technology integrated with multi-cloud software-defined IBM Spectrum Storage solutions. The NVMe-optimized all-flash arrays come in two models – FlashSystem 9110 and FlashSystem 9150 – in 2U enclosures that include dual ... Full article
Today’s engineers use Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) software to solve a range of engineering problems associated with the mass production of products. Yet, many know first-hand that single licenses of advanced CAE multi-physics solvers can easily run in the tens of thousands or even up to a hundred thousand dollars per license, per year. On top of licenses is ... Full article
The global chip market, buoyed over the last several quarters by surging enterprise and storage demand for memory components, cooled during the first quarter as the industry braces for the impact of tariff dispute between China and the U.S. Market tracker IHS reports that global chip revenues declined 3.4 percent during the first quarter of 2018 to $115.8 billion. ... Full article
Intel Corp. is teaming with Chinese e-commerce giant Baidu on a batch of AI projects spanning FPGA-backed workload acceleration, a deep learning framework based on Xeon scalable processors and implementation of a vision processing unit for retail applications. The collaboration was announced during Baidu’s AI developers’ conference in Beijing this week. As more cloud vendors look to accelerate machine ... Full article
Traditionally, IT’s role included reacting to problems in the data center. This resulted in frustration, headaches and wasted time. After an issue cropped up, staff searched through log files and interpreted graphs to find the cause. IT staff often contacted vendor support, spending hours on the phone through multi-tiered escalations. The result — time-consuming trial-and-error, expensive overprovisioning and missed ... Full article
Twenty-two months after completing its $67 billion megadeal to ingest EMC Corp., Dell Technologies has again gone public with the issuance of a publicly traded tracking stock and the buyout of earlier investors in the EMC deal. The complex transaction allows founder Michael Dell and financial partner Silver Lake to maintain majority control of the IT giant. Michael Dell ... Full article
An enterprise, our turf, is defined by Mr. Webster as “an undertaking, one of great scope, complication, or risk.” Add layers of technology, and the goal of the enterprise becomes that much more complicated and risky. Few enterprises have embraced these challenges more than Elon Musk’s drive to transform auto manufacturing: Tesla. As a remarkable story in the New ... Full article
 We’ve been reading about it, researching it and discussing it, maybe even rolling out small implementations for years. Now growing numbers of enterprises across every vertical are adopting data analytics and artificial intelligence technologies as an essential tool for short and long-term business success. Business requirements to grow revenue while keeping costs low and the need to efficiently leverage ... Full article
The top 10 echelon of the world's most powerful new systems with one common engine: the Nvidia Volta V100 general-purpose graphics processor. With the rollout of the 50th Top500 listing at ISC18 in Frankfurt, Nvidia highlighted its role in powering the new number one system, Summit at Oak Ridge National Lab; the new number three system, Sierra at Livermore ... Full article
Moving artificial intelligence initiatives from the proof-of-concept stage to production and enterprise adoption remains tough sledding as projects often hit data management and infrastructure performance roadblocks. Those performance issues include a lack of production-grade software for advanced scale, analytics and big data components of enterprise AI initiatives. Cloud and other IT infrastructure vendors are attempting to fill the AI ... Full article
HPC in the cloud is one of those “insanely great” ideas that, failing to fire, year after year recedes before our expectations. Until, that is, last year, according to industry watcher Addison Snell, CEO of Intersect360, which he said was a “break-out year” for HPC in the cloud. At Intersect360's annual HPC market update at ISC18 in Frankfurt yesterday, ... Full article
The IT industry continues to coalesce around the de facto standard cluster and container orchestrator called Kubernetes. With an upgraded version of the cloud service expected to be released this week, key players such as VMware are embracing Kubernetes as application containers go mainstream. In the much anticipated run-up to the second Kubernetes upgrade so far this year, VMware ... Full article
Borne on the rising wave of emerging high performance data analytics (HPDA) and machine learning use cases, along with global government spending on development of exascale-class system the HPC server market grew at a healthy year-over-year rate of just under 10 percent in 2017, according to industry watcher Hyperion Research (formerly IDC’s HPC analyst group). At its mid-year HPC ... Full article
When I talk to enterprise leaders confused about managing microservices, I sometimes begin by asking them to imagine an evening at the symphony. I love the sound of an orchestra tuning before a performance. That that riot of competing sounds; one second, it’s all an amorphous blur; the next, an individual instrument peeks out above the mix, only to ... Full article
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Majorana particles have been observed by university researchers employing a device consisting of layers of magnetic insulators on a superconducting material. The advance opens ...
SAN FRANCISCO, April 18, 2018 -- Qualys, Inc. (NASDAQ: QLYS), a pioneer and leading provider of cloud-based security and compliance solutions, has announced new functionality in its web ...
NEW YORK, April 18, 2017 – The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) today named Andrea Goldsmith of Stanford University the 2018-2019 Athena Lecturer for contributions to the theory and ...
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