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For CPU Makers and OEMs Alike, It’s A Platform View

Dell took a look at the two weeks between the rollouts by AMD and Intel of their latest server processors and, after some debate, decided to unveil its entire portfolio of new and enhanced systems – featuring the new chips from both vendors – at the launch of AMD’s latest Epyc silicon rather than announce servers in line with the chip makers’ timing.

For CPU Makers and OEMs Alike, It’s A Platform View was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Gelsinger Leads Emboldened Intel With Ice Lake Launch

The past several years haven’t been easy on Intel. The world’s top processor maker stumbled on its transition from 14 nanometer to 10 nanometer manufacturing and still finds itself behind rivals like AMD and Arm, which have made the move to 7 nanometer processes and which have line of sight on 5 nanometer.

Gelsinger Leads Emboldened Intel With Ice Lake Launch was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Why Not Networking As A Service? But How?

In 2019, Hewlett Packard Enterprise was the first top-tier tech vendor to make the plunge, announcing that it planned to make its entire portfolio – all of its hardware as well as software – available as a service by 2022, leveraging its GreenLake hybrid cloud platform to answer the call to make the on-premises datacenter experience as cloud-like as possible.

Why Not Networking As A Service? But How? was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Taking On DARPA’s FHE Security Challenge

Cybersecurity has never been easy. As the amount of business being done on the internet has grown, enterprises, smaller businesses, HPC institutions and other organizations have had to develop and embrace technologies designed to protect mission-critical data and applications from an increasingly sophisticated underworld of hackers, nation-states and other cyber-criminals.

Taking On DARPA’s FHE Security Challenge was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

The Expedient Way To Build An Enterprise Cloud

The promises of the cloud – from agility and scalability to reduced costs and easier access to emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced analytics – have been out there for more than a decade and enterprises are continuing to push more of their operations to such hyperscale providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud.

The Expedient Way To Build An Enterprise Cloud was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

IBM Leverages Cloud To Push The Encryption Envelope

The rapid adoption by enterprises of hybrid cloud and multicloud environments along with the rise of the Internet of Things, a much more remote workforce and other trends that have contributed to the increasingly distributed nature of modern IT has put the vast amounts of data that is being generated in a precarious position.

IBM Leverages Cloud To Push The Encryption Envelope was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Learning To Make The Machine Part Of AI Invisible And Easy

About 15 years ago, as Swami Sivasubramanian was making his way from grad school back into the working world, he saw that developers and builders at enterprises were being held back not by their skills or their ideas, but by their inability to access the technology needed to bring those ideas to the fore.

Learning To Make The Machine Part Of AI Invisible And Easy was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

HPC Does A Cannonball Into HPE’s GreenLake

Peter Ungaro, senior vice president and general manager of HPC and mission critical solutions at Hewlett Packard Enterprise and longtime CEO of supercomputer Cray before HPE bought the company for $1.3 billion in 2019, spoke with The Next Platform earlier this year about the dawning exascale era the world is about to step into.

HPC Does A Cannonball Into HPE’s GreenLake was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Lenovo Spreads The AI Message Far And Wide

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are foundational to many of the modernization efforts that enterprises are embracing, from leveraging them to more quickly analyze the mountains of data they’re generating and automating operational processes to running the advanced applications – like natural language processing, speech and image recognition, and machine vision – needed by a broad array of industries, from financial services, agriculture, healthcare and automotive.

Lenovo Spreads The AI Message Far And Wide was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Pure Expands Its As-A-Service Playbook

The push by established datacenter tech vendors to get into the as-a-service game has accelerated in recent months, fueled in part by the COVID-19 pandemic and the need by organizations to more quickly embrace cloud services to help them adapt to the suddenly shifted business model that features a more widely distributed workforce, which brings a truckload of security and management issues.

Pure Expands Its As-A-Service Playbook was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

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