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Aug
08
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Most people are familiar with Intel’s unmatched performance in processor innovation. In this new age of data-centric innovation, the ability to connect and communicate data is ever more critical. This is why Intel has extended our silicon foundation to meet the needs of the datacenter network. Today at Intel’s Data Centric Innovation Summit, I had ...continue reading Innovations for the Next Era of Data-Centric Connectivity

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Aug
08
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Media is evolving rapidly; it’s no longer just about watching Netflix on the living room TV or on our PCs. Today, at Intel’s Data Centric Innovation Summit, we discussed how we are surrounded by rich, visual user experiences that include broadcasting live events, cloud gaming, public safety, AR/VR training, highly complex graphically rendered movies, and ...continue reading Opening a World of Innovations with Visual Cloud

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Aug
08
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Today at Intel’s Data Centric Innovation Summit, we disclosed some amazing new Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory performance results from our internal testing and ecosystem partners. This new data center memory connects to our next Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor, code-named Cascade Lake. And, I’m thrilled to say, we’ve started revenue shipments of Intel® Optane™ DC ...continue reading The Stage is Set for the Persistent Memory Revolution

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Aug
08
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

I recently had the privilege to speak at this year's Flash Memory Summit (FMS) event in Santa Clara. Flash Memory Summit is an annual event showcasing innovations in non-volatile memory and SSDs, so it was the perfect opportunity to share the new technologies we've released this year, as well as others on the very near ...continue reading Re-architecting the Data Center for the Information Enlightenment Era

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Aug
08
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Many industries are still trying to get ahead of massive data growth—to not only manage its creation, distribution, and storage but also harness it for greater intelligence. Current data-centric use cases and the promise of 5G will demand higher bandwidth, lower latency, more flexibility, and greater reliability from the communication networks that connect billions of ...continue reading Connecting Billions of People, Devices, and their Data: How Intel’s Network Platforms Group is Building the Foundation for Innovation, Growth & 5G

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Aug
08
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

How heterogeneous hardware architectures break barriers between AI model and real-world deployment for complex (or diverse) AI deployments This is an incredibly exciting time in the advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Previously, AI capabilities were only accessible by companies with deep expertise in the field. In just a few years, we’re seeing Intel customers around ...continue reading Intel® AI – The Tools for the Job

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Aug
08
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

The cloud has created a “new normal” in how compute resources are delivered and consumed, creating new businesses and streamlining IT services for enterprises. At Intel’s Data Centric Innovation Summit, we shared how the Cloud Service Provider (CSP) segment is leading the wave of data-centric computing, pushing the limits of compute, memory, storage, and network ...continue reading Cloud Infrastructure Transformation for Data Centric Computing

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Aug
08
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

In this two-part series, we will look at how Apache® Ignite™ and Apache® Spark™ can be used together.

Ignite is a memory-centric distributed database, caching, and processing platform. It is designed for transactional, analytical, and streaming workloads, delivering in-memory performance at scale.

Spark is a streaming and compute engine that typically ingests data from HDFS or other storage. Historically, it has been inclined towards OLAP and focussed on Map-Reduce payloads.

 
Aug
08
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

In recent years, we’ve seen streaming analytics—the ability to derive real-time insights from large pools of data—go from serving specific use cases (such as trading and retail recommendation engines) to gaining much broader appeal. Part of the reason why is because of technology advances: Connectivity is faster, edge devices are smarter, and, of course, core ...continue reading Why Streaming Analytics?

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Aug
08
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

Our data-centric world is driving many organizations to apply advanced analytics that use artificial intelligence (AI). AI provides intelligent answers to challenging business questions. AI also enables highly personalized user experiences, built when data scientists and analysts learn new information from data that would otherwise go undetected using traditional analytics methods. AI-driven analytics delve more […]

The post Five steps to building a data strategy for AI appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Aug
08
2018
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

On April 4 2017, Hazelcast published results of a benchmark comparing redis open-source 3.2.8 to Hazelcast version 3.8. We reproduced the benchmark experiments and found diametrical opposite conclusions. Redis Enterprise reached a throughput of 715k ops per second at 0.3ms latency while Hazelcast reached 190k ops at 0.9ms latency i.e. a throughput of 375% higher for Redis... Read more »

The post Benchmark of Hazelcast 3.9 vs RedisLabs 5.0.1 appeared first on Redis Labs.

 
Aug
07
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
HHVM JIT: A profile-guided, region-based compiler for PHP and Hack Ottoni, PLDI’18 HHVM is a virtual machine for PHP and Hack (a PHP extension) which is used to power Facebook’s website among others. Today’s paper choice describes the second generation HHVM implementation, which delivered a 21.7% performance boost when running the Facebook website compared to […]
 
Aug
07
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
What’s a quantum circuit? A quantum circuit can be a tricky thing. Quantum computing promises to be faster than classical computing in some, but not all computational problems. Whether quantum computers can be faster than classical computers depends on the nature of the problem being solved. When speedups are possible, the magnitude of the speedup […]
 
Aug
07
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

For years, IBM z/VM® virtualization technology has provided high levels of extreme scalability and security, providing a robust foundation for infrastructure as a service on IBM Z and IBM LinuxONE servers. While cloud computing has become the standard use model for IT services, an IT infrastructure is always the foundation for every IT service. Realizing […]

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