In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Chao Huang, Senior Application Engineer of Intel Data Center Management Solutions shares insights on how data center management solutions can give your edge cloud strategy the edge.
Investors are pouring money into artificial intelligence (AI) startups at an unprecedented rate. Last week, two AI hardware startups received nearly $1 billion in venture capital funds to bring additional chips to market.
NVIDIA is entering the CPU market with an Arm-based processor that will be tightly integrated with its next-generation GPUs. The Grace CPU seeks to bring new levels of power and efficiency to massive AI workloads, and offer a high-end alternative to Intel x86 CPUs.
A re-energized Intel has launched its Ice Lake family of 10 nm processors, bringing new levels of power and efficiency to its data center platform. Intel is emphasizing the versatility of the 3rd Gen Intel Xeon chips, touting their readiness for workloads from AI to the cloud to the edge.
Each year Data Center Frontier identifies eight themes that we believe will shape the data center business in the coming year. Here’s a look at how our predictions for 2020 turned out.
Amid the global pandemic, societal habits have increased demand for data usage at an “unprecedented rate.” A new white paper from Siemens looks into the details for dynamically match cooling to IT load in real time. The paper contends that artificial intelligence is playing a key role in cooling today’s data centers.
As AI brings more powerful chips into the data center, our DCF Executive Roundtable weighs in on the present and future of rack density, and how it may influence data center equipment and design.
DataBytes: IDC says investment in artificial intelligence (AI) has remained solid during the COVID-19 pandemic, with growth moderating only slightly during 2020. KPMG sees a similar pause in spending for “emerging technologies.”
Artificial intelligence will have a dramatic impact on network operations, according to data from Cisco Systems, augmenting human decision-making and reducing the time spent on repetitive or manual tasks
The COVID-19 pandemic will drive innovation in data center operations, forcing companies to embrace automation to manage some duties that currently rely on close human interaction. The first in a series on innovation to address pandemic-driven challenges.