Dell Ties Storage To Kubernetes, Sharpens Edge Strategy

Dell Technologies, since its founding 37 years ago, has been about infrastructure, from the servers, networking systems and storage appliances that populate enterprise datacenters to the corporate clients that are designed to make employees more productive. Infrastructure is what has driven Dell to become a multinational IT giant that brought


Lenovo Neptune Makes Weather Supercomputers Cool Again

SPONSORED It is only natural the world’s top supercomputing sites in climate and weather modeling should be leading the charge for more efficient, sustainable, and green datacenter practices. With the right approaches, these centers can show that power and performance do not need to be a game of trade-offs and


Google Opens Up Spanner Database With PostgreSQL Interface

Search engine and cloud computing juggernaut Google is hosting its Google Cloud Next ’21 conference this week, and one of the more interesting things that the company unveiled is several layers of software that makes its Spanner globally distributed relational database look and feel like the popular open source PostgreSQL

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Former Nervana Leads Target Optimal Training Configurations

Ex-Nervana Systems engineers made the jump from a hardware-centric approach to efficient training to pushing better insight into optimization of models and systems. Nervana Systems was one of the first AI chip startups to generate big buzz, culminating in an acquisition by Intel in summer, 2016. The startup’s co-founder and


Raytheon, IBM Partner for Quantum in Defense, Aerospace

In the history of defense technology contracting, two companies continue to loom large: IBM and Raytheon. If quantum bets are correct, a partnership between both could mean joint leadership in the emerging space—one that will require established companies to back untested technologies. Defense and aerospace contracting giant, Raytheon, has its


A Clear View on the AI Hardware Mirage

Clear Ventures managed to stay out of the AI chip startup investment fray of the last several years. What it saw then was a lack of focus on software and usability, an observation that persists as it looks to the future AI infrastructure. The hype around AI chips over the


VMware Partners Its Way Deeper into Cloud, Edge, And AI

Software maker VMware has always been about tight partnerships with other tech vendors. When you are middleware between hardware and operating systems, you sort of have no choice. You need to support a diverse set of hardware below and a rich of operating systems and applications above. During its early


When Immersion Cooling is the Only Option

With only one, perhaps two, percent share of the broader datacenter cooling market, immersion and direct liquid cooling are still fringe technologies. The reasons for that are as nuanced as they are numerous, especially for immersion. While it has been around for a number of years, the reputation for maintenance,