It’s our second year at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) event in Amsterdam, which is the largest culmination of audiovisual and collaboration experts in the industry. We’re excited to engage with our partners and attendees to discuss the latest trends on topics like the integration of IT and AV and the evolution of digital signage ...continue reading Collaboration Your Way
In-Memory Computing Planet Blogs and Events
Cloud computing has transformed how IT professionals need to think about computing resources and application development. Historically, we have thought about things in an “infrastructure up” manner, focusing more on compute, storage, and network resources than on the application. But in truth, everyone consumes IT from some type of application. At Intel IT, we are ...continue reading Modernizing the Application Stack Paves the Way for a Multi-Cloud Strategy
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Intel® Omni-Path Architecture (Intel® OPA) still leads the rankings among 100 Gbps fabrics in the fastest supercomputers in the world1. Continued high installation numbers of Intel OPA illustrate that application performance at customer sites and the price/performance of Intel’s fabric compel decision-makers at the leading research institutions around the world to choose Intel OPA over ...continue reading Intel Omni-Path Architecture Once Again Leads on the Top500
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Last week, I attended NRF 2018 in New York, where I had the opportunity to see cutting-edge retail technologies, talk with people throughout retail about how our industry is changing, and show Intel’s efforts to redefine retail. Retail’s Big Show was certainly big this year, and Intel had a large presence. Our booth featured eight ...continue reading 4 Key Retail Tech Takeaways From NRF 2018
You’ve heard me say it before – I like technology. And I get really excited about technology when it improves both IT efficiency and the user experience at the same time. Therefore, our recent deployment of a new PC delivery process has been a source of delight for me. If you’ve worked at a company ...continue reading Improve IT Efficiency and User Experience with Accelerated PC Delivery
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In a recent blog, I discussed Intel’s work with Thorn, an organization that leverages technology to fight child sex trafficking. Intel and Thorn use machine learning to match online images of children in sexually explicit content with images of known missing children. With the power of artificial intelligence (AI), we hope to accelerate victim identification, disrupt ...continue reading Machine vision + AI = solving some of the toughest societal and business challenges
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How time flies! It’s been nearly a year since my previous blog to celebrate a Cisco HyperFlex launch. Lots has happened since then for HyperFlex, and Cisco is now launching a new major revision – 3.0. It’s time to extend congratulations again! To recap - Hyper Converged Infrastructure (HCI) was created to simplify data center ...continue reading Upping the Ante in Hyper Convergence
Everyone is talking about the ways healthcare analytics are going to revolutionize healthcare. I have not seen anyone even suggest that the future of healthcare is built on anything but data. Given the widespread acceptance of data and analytics as the future of healthcare, let us take a minute to explore two impediments that could ...continue reading Healthcare Analytics Require Trust and Security to Be Effective
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Joe is a member at a retail discount chain. Membership gets him significant discounts on all sorts of products from tires to televisions to the cheap cup of coffee he picks up daily on his way in to work. The …
IT organizations receive scores of reported problems about system responsiveness—the PC is slow, frozen, or has crashed. We spend significant time trying to understand the causes, but with the myriad symptoms that these issues create, as well as other conflicting priorities, rather than spending days identifying the problem for a single PC, we often resort ...continue reading Solving Elusive Responsiveness Issues with Automated Trend Analysis
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In 1984, Ike Nassi, now an accomplished technologist and entrepreneur, was vice president of research at Encore Computer. He and his colleagues, along with Encore co-founder Gordon Bell, the legendary engineering vice president at Digital Equipment Corp. and originator of Bell’s Law of computer classes, submitted a proposal to DARPA. They hoped the defense-focused research agency would fund the development of a distributed approach to strongly…
In part 1 of the Datrium Architecture series I discussed how a split architecture opens up a huge amount of flexibility into modern datacenter designs. In part 2 of this blog series, I will be talking about an industry first feature that everyone concerned with security in their datacenter will want to take notice.
Datrium Blanket Encryption
Sure, there are products in the market that provide encryption for data at rest in a storage platform, but there are no converged products as of today that provide government grade (FIPS 140-2) data encryption end-to-end. Organizations must look for a solution that is FIPS 140-2 validated, not FIPS 140-2 certified. Validation is when NIST evaluated the encryption scheme. However, certified is technically…