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NEW-PRODUCT NEWS: Intel is bringing out new Xeon processors and a raft of other new products to offer its most complete portfolio of products for the data center—or as it calls them, “data-centric solutions”—in its history.
Intel Capital has added 14 tech startups to its portfolio of investments in areas such as health care, communications and manufacturing. The record $117 million in funding was announced at Intel’s annual investor conference.
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eWEEK DATA POINTS: As enterprises implement cloud infrastructures, data is being spread across multiple regions and offices. This combination of data sprawl, data growth and critical need for access requires an intelligent data management model that both eases these challenges and positions...
Thinking ahead and taking the time and attention needed to ensure the protection of data valuables is well worth it and doesn't cost that much.
NEW-PRODUCT NEWS ANALYSIS: Even the most technically astute engineers likely don’t have the skills to get an AI-ready system up and running quickly. The majority of organizations looking to embark on AI should look to an engineered system to de-risk the deployment.
NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The big news at Nvidia's GPU conference was around new platforms optimized for data scientists.
NEW-PRODUCT NEWS: Quest’s flagship Recovery Manager for Active Directory automates an AD recovery at the object and attribute level.
NEW PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Unlike other graph databases that delve two to three levels deep into the connected data, TigerGraph's pattern analytics is tuned to be efficient and tractable with the ability to go 10 or more levels deep into the interconnected entities. This is what AI and ML developers...
The company is enhancing VxBlock through integration with the latest versions of VMware’s vRealize suite as well as new Cisco and storage options.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: As more and more organizations make the move, Gartner Research has predicted 80 percent of enterprises will retire their traditional data centers by 2025. Let us repeat: 2025!
CLOUD SERVICE CASE STUDY / ANALYSIS: Virtustream’s flexible, scalable multi-cloud resources will allow the Smithfield food products company to pay only for the services it consumes. As a result, Smithfield estimates it will save a tidy $3 million in IT costs during the next three years.