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Putting Nvidia's technology into the IBM system will speed up performance for such emerging workloads as AI, deep learning and data analytics.
In addition, the company is growing its offerings in the VDI space with a new hyperconverged appliance and expanded VMware support.
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The company also is bringing more data protection capabilities and expanded support for VDI environments to its portfolio.
The technology, in development for 16 years, will help address the growing demand for better network speed and bandwidth between data centers.
The company's software, which already runs on Dell and Lenovo offerings, can now be used with three of the top four hyperconverged platforms.
Taking advantage of its NexGen acquisition, Pivot3 is including data protection and scheduling capabilities in its portfolio of QoS software.
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.