Inside Advanced Scale Challenges|Sunday, July 22, 2018
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Intel, Micron Up the Ante for Flash Memory

Chip makers continue to gear designs toward AI and other demanding cloud workloads that take advantage of datacenter flash storage capacity. To that end, memory specialist Micron Technology Inc. ...Full Article

Public vs. Private Blockchains – Which One’s Right for You?

While blockchain is currently one of the most trumpeted technologies, some dismiss it as a fad related to cryptocurrency. The reality, however, is that companies across industries are looking ...Full Article

Rehydrating the Data Center – A New Spin on Water Cooling

Much as race cars are to the automobile industry, high performance computing (HPC) has long been the proving ground for technologies that later end up in mainstream computing. Indeed, ...Full Article

HPE Expands Hyperconverged Portfolio with Plexxi Deal

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is broadening its software-defined infrastructure offerings with its acquisition of hyperconverged networking specialist Plexxi. Concurrently, Plexxi released a new version of its networking tool for software-defined ...Full Article

The Good, Bad & Ugly of Public Clouds: Plenty of Each

Anything as immense, impactful and powerful as public cloud computing is bound to be variegated, encompassing the good, the bad and the ugly. As AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, IBM ...Full Article

Report: Qualcomm Dropping ARM Server Chips

ARM Holding’s efforts to break Intel Corp.’s grip on the server chip market and dominance in the datacenter has apparently taken another hit with a report that Qualcomm Inc. ...Full Article

Mesosphere’s Investors Bet on Multicloud

Demand for capabilities like machine learning and distributed databases are attracting investors looking to cash in on the shift to micro- and other exascale services running on hybrid cloud ...Full Article

15 Years in 28 Minutes: Eni’s GPU-based HPC4 Speeds Oil Reservoir Simulations

The most powerful supercomputer in commercial use, multinational energy company Eni’s Nvidia GPU-powered HPC4, simulates 15 year’s worth of oil reservoir production in an astounding average of 28 minutes, ...Full Article

Dell, in AI-IoT Push, Teams with Microsoft, Intel; New 4-Socket Servers Support GPUs, FPGAs

At its annual Dell Technologies World conference in Las Vegas this week, the company launched new PowerEdge four-socket servers featuring FPGA support along with AI and IoT partnerships with ...Full Article

AMD Continues to Nip at Intel’s Heels

Advanced Micro Devices appears to making market share headway at the expense of long-time rival Intel Corp. based on quarterly results released this week. AMD reported quarterly revenue totaling ...Full Article
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