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At ISC – Goh on Go: Humans Can’t Scale, the Data-Centric Learning Machine Can

I've seen the future this week at ISC, it’s on display in prototype and Powerpoint form, and it’s going to dumbfound you. The future is an AI neural network designed to emulate and compete with the human brain. In this game, the brain doesn’t stand a chance... Full Article...

Hyperion: Deep Learning, AI Helping Drive Healthy HPC Industry Growth

To be at the ISC conference in Frankfurt this week is to experience deep immersion in deep learning. Users want to learn about it, vendors want to talk about it, analysts and journalists want to report on it. Deep learning undergirds Hyperion Research’s optimistic... Full Article...

AMD Charges Back into the Datacenter and HPC Workflows with EPYC Processor

AMD is charging back into the enterprise datacenter and select HPC workflows with its new EPYC 7000 processor line, code-named Naples, announced today at a “global” launch event in Austin TX. In many ways it was a full frontal assault on Intel’s dominance in the x86 datacenter landscape... Full Article...

ISC: Extreme-Scale Requirements to Push the Frontiers of Deep Learning

Deep learning is the latest and most compelling technology strategy to take aim at the decades-old “drowning in data/starving for insight” problem. But contrary to the commonly held notion, deep learning is more than a big data problem per se... Full Article...

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Intersect 360 at ISC: HPC Industry at $44B by 2021

The care, feeding and sustained growth of the HPC industry increasingly is in the hands of the commercial market sector – in particular, it’s the hyperscale companies and their embrace of AI and deep learning – that will drive healthy and stable, if not spectacular, expansion... Full Article...

Latest NVM Express Spec Stresses Data
The latest release of a non-volatile memory interface and storage protocol emphasizes the enterprise shift to analytics, virtualization and other data-intensive workloads while riding the coat tails of the robust solid-state storage... Full Article...

Cloud Migration: Look Before You Leap
It's best to get your ducks in a row before moving the company jewels to the cloud, a migration study advises. As hybrid cloud strategies gain momentum, the migration survey commissioned by management services specialist CloudHealth Technologies stresses that cloud computing is not a... Full Article...

SoftBank Invests in Analytics-Based Cyber Startup
A huge investment by Japanese technology conglomerate SoftBank Group in an up-and-coming cyber security startup leaves little doubt that enterprises are looking for ways to design more security features into embattled global IT networks...Full Article...

Node.js Momentum Grows, DevOps Survey Finds
Enterprise software developers are frequently on the lookout for tools that can streamline existing business processes or help create new ones. Increasingly, a survey funds, many are turning to open source tools or spin-off distributions, leading some to start their own companies...Full Article...

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