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DEVELOPER CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS: Two-day Samsung event introduces what’s next in AI and ML development for Bixby, SmartThings and the smartphone category.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In San Francisco this week, AMD took the fight to Intel with folks such as Amazon Web Services and Baidu on stage behind one of the strongest value-oriented (performance per dollar) arguments against Intel it has ever fielded.
NEW-PRODUCT LAUNCH: AMD is unveiling the next generation of its Xen core architecture and GPU accelerators, while Intel is readying a 48-core Xeon server chip.
PRODUCT REVIEW: At the launch, Samsung's HMD Odyssey headset was the most expensive among its competitors, but it was also the only one good enough to use. The company now has released a refreshed version of the product (Samsung HMD Odyssey+) for $499. Read on for the review.
NEW PRODUCTS: The company is expanding the integration of VMware technologies like Cloud Foundation and vCenter in its VxRail HCI system.
DAILY VIDEO: Cray unveils Shasta, its first exascale supercomputer, and LogRhythm advances its NextGen SIEM security platform with SOAR features.
Nearly 85 percent of Zebra survey respondents anticipate their company’s investment in IoT and mobility to increase over the next one to two years; IoT investment is up overall.
The hardware maker’s Shasta supercomputer will give organizations a single system that can run such modern workloads as AI and analytics at the same time.
DAILY VIDEO: Startup Atmosic eyes battery-free IoT devices, and Oracle doubles down on cloud security with CASB, WAF and DDoS protection.