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IBM Mashes Up PowerAI And Watson Machine Learning Stacks

Earlier in this decade, when the hyperscalers and the academics that run with them were building machine learning frameworks to transpose all kinds of data from one format to another – speech to text, text to speech, image to text, video to text, and so on – they were doing so not just for scientific curiosity.

IBM Mashes Up PowerAI And Watson Machine Learning Stacks was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at .

When Does AWS Break Through $100 Billion?

While there is no question that Amazon Web Services is the largest and most profitable public cloud on planet earth, and that it provides the best subsidy imaginable for a cut-throat online retail business that is its parent company, AWS has not taken over the entire IT world any more than Amazon has become the sole place to buy stuff.

When Does AWS Break Through $100 Billion? was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at .

Acquisition Rumors Abound As Mellanox Rings Up Record Sales

There hardly seems to be a month that doesn’t go by without a different IT supplier being rumored to want to acquire network chip and system provider Mellanox Technologies, which has an intense focus on the high end, scale out, low latency segment of the datacenter switching market.

Acquisition Rumors Abound As Mellanox Rings Up Record Sales was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at .

Spanning The Database World With Google

If relational databases had just worked at scale to begin with, the IT sector would be a whole lot more boring and we wouldn’t be having conversation a conversation with Andrew Fikes, the vice president and Engineering Fellow at search engine, application, and cloud computing giant Google who has been instrumental in the creation of many of its databases and datastores since joining the company in 2001.

Spanning The Database World With Google was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at .

IBM Bets On Samsung Fabs For Power10 Chips

When Globalfoundries decided to stop its development and rollout of both immersion lithography and extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography at the 7 nanometer process node back in August, it looked as if IBM, second only to AMD as a server chip customer for its most advanced fab in Malta, New York, would be left in a lurch with its future Power processors.

IBM Bets On Samsung Fabs For Power10 Chips was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at .

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