Inside Advanced Scale Challenges|Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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Driverless Tractors, Drone Crop Dusters, Automated Milking: Agriculture Called the ‘Most Attractive’ Robotics Market Opportunity

Just as we’re becoming acclimated to the brave new world of driverless cars, driverless tractors and other agricultural robots will, in the not too distant future, harvest the food ...Full Article

Handicapping IBM/OpenPOWER’s Odds for Success

2016 promises to be pivotal in the IBM/OpenPOWER effort to claim a non-trivial chunk of the Intel-dominated high-end server landscape. Big Blue’s stated goal of 20-to-30 percent market share ...Full Article

As Data Analytics Workload Complexity Explodes, FPGAs May Find a Niche in Enterprise Clusters

It’s the holiday season and out of the milling hordes of shoppers at a brick-and-mortar store, an individual consumer approaches the jewelry department. His cell phone is on, releasing ...Full Article

Migrating Toward Advanced Scale Computing: Overcoming Paralysis

If it’s true that only 10 percent of U.S. manufacturers have adopted advanced scale computing, it’s also true that 100 percent of the C-suite members of those companies are ...Full Article

CMU and Boeing Establish Aerospace Data Analytics Lab

Partnership provides underscores the collision between big data and HPC that's spurring academic-industry collaboration.Full Article

Steel Mill Transformed Into Juiced Datacenter

A former steel mill outside of Philadelphia that is connected to more than 2 gigawatts of electricity has been converted into a datacenter and is opening up its doors ...Full Article

HGST Speeds Disk Design Work By 90X

HGST, the disk drive business formerly owned by IBM and then Hitachi that is now part of Western Digital, is in a constant battle with Seagate Technology and a ...Full Article

Univa Grid Engine Does Windows, Linux Containers

Grid Engine, the popular workload management tool for distributed computing environments, now does Windows. And it is also doing Linux control groups, or cgroups, containers, a technology that was ...Full Article

BAE Systems Arms Clusters With GPU And Xeon Phi Accelerators

With over 88,000 employees and £18.2 billion in revenues, BAE Systems is one of the largest defense, aerospace, and security contractors in the world and a major supplier of ...Full Article

IBM Commits $3 Billion To Future Chip, Systems Research

If the rumors are right, and they usually are on these sorts of things, then IBM is looking to get out of the chip manufacturing business and has been ...Full Article
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