Formula 1 racing teams use powerful cloud and edge computing technologies to gain an edge on the track. These relationships are also valuable to tech companies, showcasing cutting-edge uses for data center technology. Here’s a closer look at the tech powering F1 racing.
Switch has unveiled plans to build a 1.5 million square foot data center campus adjacent to the Dell Technologies global headquarters in Round Rock, amplifying its recent entry into the Texas market with acquisition of Data Foundry.
Switch is teaming with FedEx and Dell Technologies to create an edge computing network for enterprise customers, deployed Switch modular data centers on FedEx real estate, with Dell providing hardware and managed services.
Intel and NVIDIA rolled out new offerings around SC19 in Denver, the annual conference for the high performance computing (HPC) community, which provides a showcase for cutting-edge hardware.