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Hyperion Paints a Positive Picture of the HPC Market

November 8, 2022

Return to normalcy is too strong, but the latest portrait of the HPC market presented by Hyperion Research yesterday is a positive one. Total 2022 HPC revenue ( Read more…

Nvidia Touts DPU Efficiency in Datacenter Use

November 3, 2022

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Object and File Storage Have Merged, But Product Differences Remain, Gartner Says

November 1, 2022

Companies that were looking to store tens of petabytes of unstructured data previously had two main flavors of storage they could turn to: object storage and di Read more…

HPE Adapting New Server Hardware to Changing Cloud Models

November 1, 2022

Server hardware has taken a backseat to software-defined virtual machines handling datacenter workloads, but HPE is emphasizing the importance of hardware in these virtual operating models. HPE created waves when it released the next-generation ProLiant Gen11 servers with a flagship server based on Arm CPUs, which sent a strong... Read more…

Intel Positions Server Chips As Saving Grace Amid Disastrous Earnings

October 27, 2022

Intel is hoping for a silver lining on server chips amid a disastrous quarterly earnings report and a grim business outlook. "I really feel like the worst of our execution is behind us" on server chips, said Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger, during the third quarter earnings call on Thursday. The company is ramping up shipments of its upcoming 4th Generation Xeon Scalable chips, codenamed Sapphire Rapids.  Read more…

Blueprints to Shake up Next-generation Server Designs Emerge at OCP Summit

October 24, 2022

A new generation of designs ready to shake up conventional server architecture emerged at the recent Open Compute Project Summit, where Google, Facebook and Mic Read more…

How Intel Plans to Rebuild Its Manufacturing Supply Chain

September 29, 2022

Intel's engineering roots saw a revival at this week's Innovation, with attendees recalling the show’s resemblance to Intel Developer Forum, the company's ann Read more…

Intel Gives a Name to Datacenter GPUs for Cloud Gaming and AI

August 24, 2022

Intel has been hyping up its media delivery and cloud gaming GPUs codenamed Arctic Sound-M, and has given a formal name: Flex Series GPUs. The Flex Series GPUs will sit in the cloud datacenters for AI inferencing and graphics – such as gaming and video – to remote devices. Intel's Vision conference in May was the coming-out party for the GPUs. Intel hasn't provided a clear shipment date for the... Read more…

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