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With a peak performance of 200,000 trillion calculations per second—that’s an astounding 200 quadrillion calculations, or 200 petaflops—Summit will be eight times more powerful than America’s current top-ranked system, Titan. And that one is the No. 4-fastest supercomputer in the world.
The new Self-Deploying mode and Reset option help streamline the process of configuring Windows 10 PCs for enterprise workforces.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Analyst claims Sharp’s expansion into notebook markets lines up with Foxconn Group’s internet and industrial-focused vision and will allow Foxconn Group to cut into the ecosystem of notebook OEMs.
VIDEO: Chief Product Officer of CA explains why his company is close to being a one-stop shop for developers, due to the considerable number of software products on its virtual shelves.
CA also released its Brightside toolkit, a suite of development tools that enables clients to control, script and develop on the mainframe using similar tools and processes as they would in any other cloud platform.
The three chips shown were the Cortex-A76 CPU, the Mali-G76 GPU and the Mali-V76 video processing unit, the latter of which is aimed at high-end mobile devices and laptops. All will be available when 5G devices begin coming out at the end of the year.
DAILY VIDEO: Intel makes a move into the vision intelligence IoT business, and process automation joins the Flock collaboration app.
Microsoft provided an early look at the Surface Hub 2 interactive digital whiteboard system saying the updated system, which it will ship in 2019, will have more features to support mobile workforces.
New solid-state disk targets read-intensive cloud workloads, won't be generally available until this fall.
Intel this week introduced what it calls the OpenVINO (Open Visual Inference & Neural Network Optimization) toolkit. This toolset is designed to fast-track development of high-performance computer vision and deep learning inference applications at the edge.
REVIEW: Dell’s new Latitude 5290 business tablet is really a laptop replacement and it’s a worthy competitor to Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet.