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DAILY VIDEO: Intel is moving into the rich market for discrete GPU chips by 2020, and Google Analytics 360 is integrated with Salesforce Marketing Cloud.
NEWS ANALYSIS: However, Qualcomm will narrow its focus to hyperscale data center systems and large cloud providers rather than to try challenging Intel in x86 server market.
Intel’s move to start making discrete GPUs will create even more competition with Nvidia and AMD in such booming areas as gaming, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The young Hitachi subsidiary brings GPUs and NVMe to its UCP lineup and introduces new application solutions for SAP HANA and Oracle databases.
DAILY VIDEO: Surging demand drives record Q1 revenue growth for server makers: IDC, and global smartphone shipments will drop in 2018 and rise again in 2019: IDC.
Hyperscalers, cloud providers and modern workloads are driving a surging demand for servers, which is benefitting OEMs and ODMs alike, according to market researcher IDC.
By focusing on fonts, Microsoft has been able to find new ways to cut Windows Server Core containers down to size.
The GPU maker’s server platform is a building block that system makers can use to create a range of servers that can address various workloads.
DAILY VIDEO: Cavium introduces the ThunderX2 Arm server chip for data center systems, and Red Hat advances OpenShift with IBM and Microsoft integrations.
Pivot3 was a major contributor to Charleston (S.C.) International Airport's recent $200 million upgrade project: the Terminal Redevelopment and Improvement Program.
The Cavium ThunderX2 processor, which is getting support from hardware makers such as HPE and Cray, is the latest move by an Arm chip maker to push into the data center.
VMware also joined in at Dell Technologies World show by unveiling a broad portfolio of network virtualization products based on its NSX technology.
Microsoft offers enterprises greater flexibility in setting up and migrating their Windows Server-based failover clusters.