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Why the Choice of DRAM in the Data Center is so Critical

By working with a manufacturer of DRAM products that deliver a diversity of components, data center operators can be assured that they will not have a patchwork of suppliers to work with. This guest post from Kingston Technology explores different storage structures and why DRAM performance is so crucial to data center success. 

SkyScale: GPU Cloud Computing with a Difference

In this guest post, Tim Miller, president of SkyScale, covers how GPU cloud computing is on the fast track to crossing the chasm to widespread adoption for HPC applications. “Two good examples of very different markets adopting GPU computing and where cloud usage makes sense are artificial intelligence and high quality rendering.”

NVMe Flash: A New Level of High-Performance Data Consistency for the World’s Most Demanding Workloads

The pace of today’s data growth is staggering, and it’s keeping IT specialists on their toes. This guest post from Kingston Technology explores how innovation in storage like NVMe are working to keep up with today’s most demanding data work loads. 

Use Intel Media SDK to Build Cross-Platform High-Quality Video Workflows

The latest release of Intel® Media SDK offers a single, cross-platform, GPU-enabled API for building optimized media and video applications from PC’s to workstations and into the cloud.

Red Hat’s Relentless Focus on Open Source Software Challenges Status Quo in Supercomputing

In this guest article, Red Hat Chief Technology Officer Chris Wright explores how his company’s focus on open source software is challenging the status quo in HPC and supercomputing. “In collaboration with our partners, Red Hat is enabling new hardware architectures, supporting various acceleration technologies and cache-coherent interconnects, and driving open innovation and standardization in high-performance computing.”

How AI & Machine Intelligence is Assisting Clinicians

According to a new Ovum white paper, sponsored by NVIDIA, there is a huge opportunity to help physicians with AI-based systems that can cut down on the workload across protocoling, imaging analysis, and automated reporting of the results.

Next Generation Data Management Requirements

Next generation workloads in High Performance Computing involve more unstructured data than ever before. In this edition of Industry Perspectives, HPE explores the next generation of data management requirements as the growing volume of data places even more demand on data management capabilities. 

Performance in the Datacenter

Many modern applications are being developed with so called run-time languages, which are compiled at execution time. The performance of these applications in cloud data centers is important for anyone considering moving their applications and workloads to the cloud. Download Intel Distribution for Python for free today to supercharge your applications.

NVIDIA Offers Framework to Solve AI System Challenges

At the recent NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference (GTC) 2018, Jensen Huang, NVIDIA President and CEO, during his presentation focused on a new framework designed to contextualize the key challenges using AI systems and delivering deep learning-based solutions. A new white paper sponsored by NVIDIA outlines these requirements — coined PLASTER.

How to Become a Dynamic Technology Leader

The difference between a digitally dynamic business, and one who can’t keep up, is the inclusion of a capable technology leader. As the role has evolved, so too have the demands on Chief Information Officers. “Awareness of digital systems is now a key contribution to developing business strategy in several areas, including operations, expansion and marketing. Uncover the skills for success today.”