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Intel Ready to Ship Silicon Photonics Modules This Year

The technology, in development for 16 years, will help address the growing demand for better network speed and bandwidth between data centers.

Nutanix Validates Hyperconverged Software for Cisco's UCS

The company's software, which already runs on Dell and Lenovo offerings, can now be used with three of the top four hyperconverged platforms.

Pivot3 Adds QoS Features to Hyperconverged Offerings

Taking advantage of its NexGen acquisition, Pivot3 is including data protection and scheduling capabilities in its portfolio of QoS software.
Qualcomm chips

Qualcomm Names Upcoming Server Family Centriq

The chip maker also creates a subsidiary for its data center business and says it's on target to start sampling production silicon this year.
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Intel Unveils Upcoming Xeon Phi Chip Aimed at AI Workloads

The company's "Knights Mill" processor, due next year, is part of the chip maker's larger effort to expand its capabilities in AI and machine learning.
Pivot3 CEO

Pivot3 Sees Rapid Growth in Hyperconverged Infrastructure Business

CEO Ron Nash says enterprises are running more applications on hyperconverged systems as they look for ways to simplify their data centers and cut their costs.

HPE Buying Supercomputer Maker SGI to Bolster HPC Portfolio

The $275 million deal comes as enterprises increasingly adopt high-performance computing systems to help manage such workloads as data analytics.

Fujitsu Looks to Accelerate Deep Learning Workloads

The company has developed software that will speed up machine learning tasks that are spread out over multiple GPU-powered systems.
Intel AI

Intel Accelerates AI, Machine Learning Efforts With Nervana Acquisition

The chip maker will integrate Nervana's AI hardware and software stacks into its own growing artificial intelligence portfolio.
data center

Rivals Google, Facebook Team Up on Efficient Rack Design

The two hyperscale companies worked together through the OCP to develop a new Open Rack standard to drive data center efficiency and performance.
supercomputer maker Cray

Cray Swings to Loss, Revenue Decline as Challenges Mount

The supercomputer maker, dealing with a market slowdown, new chips from Intel and Nvidia and smoke damage at a facility, lowers its outlook for 2016.
Dell XC

HPE, Dell, Lenovo, Cisco, Nutanix Headline Crowded Hyperconverged Field SLIDESHOW

More than five years ago, system OEMs began offering converged data center systems that included preintegrated compute, storage, networking, systems management software and virtualization in a single appliance. System makers wanted to give customers cost-effective, virtualized hardware that...

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