Inside Advanced Scale Challenges|Monday, November 19, 2018
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Microsoft Launches Submersible Datacenter

The hotspots and energy hogs that are enterprise datacenters are increasingly located in northern climes. As demand for cooling intensifies, and datacenter power usage maxes out, some have even ...Full Article

HPE’s New Round of Multi-Platform Storage Networking Products

HPE announced several storage networking-related products today, along with the global expansion of its “Complete” reseller model for virtually engineered third-party solutions. Designed to support multiple network protocols and ...Full Article

Facebook to Build 970,000 Square Foot, 100% Energy Renewable Data Center

Pop Quiz:  What type of building is essential to the daily operations of a global business, is nearly a million square feet in size, but has only a few ...Full Article

Nvidia Unifies AI, HPC Workloads in Datacenters

Nvidia’s latest cloud server platform is intended as a “building block,” in the reference design sense, to support AI training and inference along with HPC workloads such as simulations. ...Full Article

App Containers Begin to Scale

Real-world assessments about the adoption of Docker application containers in production are surfacing as users deploy the technology to boost utilization of datacenter resources and accelerate delivery of a ...Full Article

First Xeon-FPGA Integration Launched by Intel

Ever since Intel’s acquisition of FPGA specialist Altera in 2015 for $16.7 billion, it’s been widely acknowledged that some day, Intel would release a processor that integrates its mainstream ...Full Article

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

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

Intel Extends Support for IoT Vision Edge Apps

In the IoT era unfolding before us, the next frontier is vision applications, applying ML and DL techniques for real-time/near-time analytics of video data from cameras at the edge.  ...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
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