Inside Advanced Scale Challenges|Wednesday, October 24, 2018
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Hybrid Infrastructure Gets Composable

Growing demand for distributed applications delivered by micro- and other agile services are fueling the shift to composable and disaggregated infrastructure as enterprises look for new ways to provision ...Full Article

The New Fabrics and Mix-and-Max Systems: The Next Big Thing in Data Center Servers?

If you’ve wondered about the impact of the new fabric efforts undertaken by Gen-Z, OpenCAPI and CCIX – if you’ve wondered what it all means – one way to ...Full Article

Facebook Datacenters Nearing Green Energy Goal

Hyperscale datacenter operators continue to strive for energy efficiency as most struggle to keep pace with more demanding workloads. Progress is being reported on at least one front: Facebook ...Full Article

The Adaptive FPGA Platform that Might Carry AI – and Everything Else – Forward

Change is a constant, the pace of change accelerates, adapt to change or wither.... Right, sorry, these are givens. But still, these days, it bears repeating because creative destruction ...Full Article

VMware Buys Cloud Manager, Partners With AWS

VMware said it will acquire CloudHealth Technologies, a provider of tools for managing cloud costs and resources. Separately, VMware announced during a company event this week in Las Vegas ...Full Article

Pure Storage Acquires Cloud Backup Startup

Pure Storage has boosted its ability to manage big data migrating to the cloud with the acquisition of privately-held StorReduce. Terms of the acquisition, which closed earlier this month, ...Full Article

Dell EMC’s New Servers for Transition to the ‘Disaggregated,’ Software-Defined Data Center

 Dell EMC today launched a new high-performance server line, the PowerEdge MX, that the company said sits squarely in the middle of traditional and next-generation AI-oriented workloads, supporting both ...Full Article

HPE Upgrades its Cloud Services Manager

As application containers handle more production workloads and the de facto standard orchestration tool Kubernetes is used to scale those deployments, more cloud-native applications can be “built once and ...Full Article

‘Zero Trust’ Vendor Gains U.S. Cloud Approval

As mobile workers access more corporate data stored in the cloud, a secure network architecture called “Zero Trust” is emerging as a way of maintaining control of sensitive data ...Full Article

Ericsson Unveils U.S. 5G Roadmap

The deployment of 5G wireless networks for low-latency applications like the Internet of Things is accelerating with plans for production of the first U.S. radio base station by the ...Full Article
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