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Intel Riding High in Data Center Market as AMD Threat Looms

Intel Riding High in Data Center Market as AMD Threat Looms

In the choppy seas of public and investor opinion on which Intel currently sails, blustery and changeable ...

Nvidia’s Turing Architecture for Real-Time Ray Tracing

Nvidia’s Turing Architecture for Real-Time Ray Tracing

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang this week unveiled Turing, the company’s next-gen GPU platform that introduces new RT ...

Startup Netifi Eyes ‘Reactive’ Microservices

Startup Netifi Eyes ‘Reactive’ Microservices

A microservices startup built upon open-source software designed to replace the HTTP data transfer protocol has attracted ...

GDPR, AI, Blockchain: Making Legal Fiction a Reality

GDPR, AI, Blockchain: Making Legal Fiction a Reality

While some people worry about AI automating away high-paying jobs, inherent developer bias present in a new ...

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Fueled by HPC, Energy Industry Drives to New Heights

In the data-driven energy industry, success increasingly hinges on the use of ever-more-powerful high performance computing systems.

m the discovery and mapping of new oil and gas fields to the design and placement of wind- and solar-energy farms, high performance computing continues to be an essential resource for the energy industry. Almost anywhere you look in the industry, you will find powerful parallel-processing systems churning through enormous amounts of data.

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In the choppy seas of public and investor opinion on which Intel currently sails, blustery and changeable winds are both besetting or boosting the company – though, to be sure, the bulk of them are headwinds. An article in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal declared that AMD is “set to crack Intel’s lock on data centers” and “poised to take ... Full article
Data integrators continue to roll out connections between huge data stores and public cloud data warehouses. The latest comes from Talend, which this week unveiled a data fabric “uploader” designed to help ingest big data to Microsoft’s upgraded cloud analytics platform, Azure SQL data warehouse. The data migration specialist (NASDAQ: TLND) said Thursday (Aug. 16) its connector would facilitate ... Full article
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang this week unveiled Turing, the company’s next-gen GPU platform that introduces new RT Cores to accelerate ray tracing and new Tensor Cores for AI inferencing. Announced at the SIGGRAPH graphics conference in Vancouver, Nvidia considers Turing “the greatest leap since the invention of the CUDA GPU in 2006,” noting “Turing fuses real-time ray tracing, AI, ... Full article
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A microservices startup built upon open-source software designed to replace the HTTP data transfer protocol has attracted seed funding from early investors led by Dell Technologies Capital. Netifi, founded last year by cloud software specialists who previously worked at Netflix, Nike (NYSE: NKE) and JP Morgan (NYSE: JPM), said this week it raised $2 million in seed funding. The ... Full article
While some people worry about AI automating away high-paying jobs, inherent developer bias present in a new AI project called Claudette has ended up creating new work — for lawyers. Claudette is an AI tool for analyzing the privacy policies and terms and conditions that consumers must agree to before using many online services. Claudette reads end-user license agreements ... Full article
A published report states that Intel chips are vulnerable to three new malware attacks with the ability to steal passwords, personal information, financial data and encryption keys. Intel has confirmed the report on its Software Developer Zone site, giving the malware a “high severity” rating. According to Intel, the malware can mount “side channel” attacks of cached data triggered ... Full article
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 while providing greater visibility into how data is being used and by whom. Zero Trust is being adopted by enterprises as a way of preventing leakage and all-out data breaches. ... Full article
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 end of this year. Ericsson said this week it would begin producing 5G base stations at it Austin, Texas, ASIC design center. The Swedish telecommunications giants also said it would ... Full article
For all its power, success, profits and influence, life at Intel is a permanent struggle. Chide if you will Andy Grove’s faith in paranoia as an organizing corporate principle, but Intel is right to believe everyone’s out to get them. Everyone, in fact, is. Driven by fear, the company has accomplished the rare feat of staying on top – ... Full article
Rigetti Computing plans to build a 128-qubit quantum computer based on an equivalent quantum processor that leverages emerging hybrid computing algorithms used to test programs and potential applications. Founded in 2013 and based in Berkeley, Calif., Rigetti bills itself as “a full-stack quantum computing company.” It announced plans this week to deploy the 128-qubit machine over the next 12 ... Full article
Oracle Corp. extended its cloud automation push this week with the release of a “self-driving” cloud database service aimed at autonomous online transaction processing while supporting data warehousing. The cloud competitor is making greater use of machine learning and other automation capabilities as it upgrades its traditional databases while differentiating its cloud services from competitors like Amazon Web Services ... Full article
As the value of cryptocurrencies increased, cybercriminals quickly seized on it as a new opportunity for profit – and mischief. Ever adaptable, they adjusted their technique for generating payoffs, moving from utilizing ransomware to encrypt data to pirating enterprise computing power to hit crypto-jackpots. Cybercriminals have their sights set on enterprise networks, which provide access to thousands of machines. ... Full article
Wherever there’s AI, Nvidia’s there. Wherever there’s a car trying to drive itself, Nvidia’s there. Wherever there’s a robot stacking boxes from a warehouse conveyer belt, Nvidia’s there. Wherever there’s a machine learning bet sizing application for Wall Street traders, Nvidia’s there. Where there’s a start-up modeling how infection spreads in hospitals, Nvidia’s there. And where there’s one of ... Full article
Datacenter operators are looking for new ways to ensure IT resiliency as the frequency and severity of datacenter outages increases along with technology complexity and more demanding workloads, an industry survey finds. The Uptime Institute, which released its annual datacenter survey on Tuesday (Aug. 7), also reported that operators continue to struggle with the tradeoffs associated with hybrid IT ... Full article
Auto maker Tesla looks to be disrupting the nascent AI market with the disclosure by company founder Elon Musk that the car maker is developing a new high-end AI chip that would replace GPUs provided by current Tesla supplier Nvidia. Musk revealed last week that Tesla silicon engineers have been working on the AI chip for about three years. ... Full article
Arm Ltd. is adding data management to its Internet of Things device and connectivity frameworks with the launch of a platform geared to hybrid infrastructure. The Pelion “device-to-data” IoT platform also targets hybrid infrastructure as enterprises confront IoT complexity, device “fragmentation” and the need for data management as they combine raw sensor, enterprise and industrial data into trillions of ... Full article
Bestowing the blessings of AI, machine learning and deep learning upon more than the 1 percent means easing entry into the mysteries of AI. This requires new combinations of technologies with capabilities otherwise possessed only by data scientists, those AI-capable unicorns worth their body weights in gold and who are so often lured by bags of gold from the ... Full article
There is no shortage of corporate AI projects underway and most will fail because companies have not laid the proper foundation in the form of pilot projects or proof of concept approaches needed to scale AI efforts. That’s the central conclusion of a new survey of about 80 companies jumping on the AI bandwagon but neglecting to look before ... Full article
The rapid turnaround approach to enterprise application development known as low code continues to gain momentum with this week’s acquisition of cloud native application development specialist Mendix by the German industrial conglomerate Siemens. Munich-based Siemens (ETR: SIE) said Wednesday (Aug. 1) is expects to close the roughly $730 million cash deal during its first fiscal quarter in early 2019. ... Full article
When Miguel – the 12-year old protagonist of “Coco,” the recently released film from Disney and Pixar – first sees the Land of the Dead, it’s a beautiful moment in animated filmmaking. The city, which appears to go on forever, floats in space. Because it’s always night in the Land of the Dead, millions of light sources were needed ... Full article
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Is quantum computing 15 years away? Twenty? Is a nation state or threat actor secretly already using it? Are threat actors already capturing and ...
In the choppy seas of public and investor opinion on which Intel currently sails, blustery and changeable winds are both besetting or boosting the ...
CAMPBELL, Calif., May 21, 2018 -- Panzura, a leader in enterprise hybrid cloud NAS and multi-cloud data management, and Veeam Software, a leader in Intelligent Data Management ...
REDMOND, Wash., May 21, 2018 -- XKL LLC, a leading provider of fiber optic networking systems, announces that the Smithsonian Institution initiated updating its legacy infrastructure with ...
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 21, 2018 -- Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), a global leader in enterprise computing, storage, networking solutions and green computing technology, today announced ...
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