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George Leopold

George Leopold has written about science and technology for more than 25 years, focusing on electronics and aerospace technology. He previously served as Executive Editor for Electronic Engineering Times.

‘AI Layer’ Seeks to Fill Machine Learning Gaps

November 16th, 2017 (1)
It has been asserted that the algorithm has overtaken traditional software code as the driving force behind the AI Era. On the assumption that assertion is accurate, startups are beginning to offer tools for building what one refers to ...

Multi-Cloud Begets Confusion, Calls for Automation

November 15th, 2017 (0)
The embrace of multiple public cloud providers as a way of avoiding vendor lock-in and manage costs has added another layer of complexity to the management of IT infrastructure already calibrated to a fine edge. That has created an ...

Nvidia Pushes GPU Access With Containers

November 14th, 2017 (0)
Having migrated its top-of-the-line datacenter GPU to the largest cloud vendors, Nvidia is touting its Volta architecture for a range of scientific computing tasks as well as AI development with the addition of a container registry designed to deploy ...

HPE, Rackspace Embrace Metered Private Cloud

November 13th, 2017 (0)
Is "pay-as-you-go" the way to go for private cloud vendors? Partners Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Rackspace are betting it is, announcing this week they will offer an OpenStack private cloud service running on "pay-per-use" infrastructure. Seeking to differentiate their ...

Intel, AMD Moves Rattle GPU Market

November 10th, 2017 (0)
Intel Corp. has lured away the former head of AMD's graphics business as the world's largest chipmaker forms a high-end graphics unit to compete with GPU market leader Nvidia. Intel rattled tech markets this week by hiring AMD's Raja ...

Algorithms at War

November 8th, 2017 (0)
There are few enterprises accumulating more sensor and video data than the U.S. Department of Defense. For analysts, that means sitting for hours each day in front of screens observing full-motion video and other reconnaissance data to spot threats. ...

Startup Puts Container Security in a Container

November 8th, 2017 (0)
Among the emerging solutions for securing application containers in production is an application layer security tool that is itself a container. Startup NeuVector, which announced early stage venture funding this week, is pitching a cloud-native container firewall that seeks ...

OpenStack Gets Boost From Hybrid Cloud

November 6th, 2017 (0)
Multiple cloud deployments are boosting adoption and revenues for private clouds, concludes a batch of new OpenStack surveys. OpenStack deployments are predicted to rise at a 30-percent annual clip over the next five years to an estimated $6.7 billion ...

Node.js Popular With DevOps, But Security Lags

November 3rd, 2017 (1)
Developers are painfully aware of the risks inherent in deploying applications on the open Internet, but few are using tools designed to secure code and mitigate risks. A survey released by Node.js JavaScript runtime vendor NodeSource and software security ...

VMware Buys Networking Specialist VeloCloud

November 2nd, 2017 (0)
VMware has moved deeper into the networking sector with its deal to acquire a startup focused on wide-area networks used to connect datacenters. The company (NYSE: VMW) confirmed Thursday (Nov. 2) it is acquiring VeloCloud Networks, a provider of ...
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