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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.
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.
The $275 million deal comes as enterprises increasingly adopt high-performance computing systems to help manage such workloads as data analytics.
The company has developed software that will speed up machine learning tasks that are spread out over multiple GPU-powered systems.
The chip maker will integrate Nervana's AI hardware and software stacks into its own growing artificial intelligence portfolio.
The two hyperscale companies worked together through the OCP to develop a new Open Rack standard to drive data center efficiency and performance.
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.
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...
Such deals would be the latest steps in a restructuring at the company that accelerated when HP broke in two last year to create HPE and HP Inc.
Gridstore and DCHQ merge to create HyperGrid, which combines the technologies of both to offer a hyperconverged IaaS platform.