The advent of 5G; the relentless push toward the edge; and advanced applications and workloads related to AI, such as machine learning and deep learning, will make pockets of high-performance computing necessary and more common.
Advanced Thermal Solutions provides a family of ultra-high performance heat sinks for cooling high-powered CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs, and AI processors. This ultra-cool family includes active heat sinks with integral blowers, and passive heat sinks that use available airflow to provide thermal management.
A subsidiary of a worldwide real estate management firm needed to consolidate colocation facilities with a goal to leverage Azure, increase network speeds, and create return on investment (ROI). However, there were still were some local on-site computing needs.
As is my usual practice for the annual predictions column, I queried the official Hot Aisle Insight virtual crystal ball for guidance on trends and developments that dominate in the coming year, especially since 2020 begins a new decade.
Delivering immersion-cooling systems with HPE servers
October 1, 2019
Green Revolution Cooling (GRC) announced an OEM partnership agreement with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to integrate its ICEraQ™ liquid-immersion cooling system with HPE servers to offer customers alternative cooling capabilities.
Just as we need backup power for our sump pump systems to ensure our basements do not flood during a power outage, data servers need backup power to ensure they do not lose data during any loss of power.
New CPUs shipping across line of turnkey workstations, clusters, and servers for HPC and AI.
July 3, 2019
Microway has announced that bleeding-edge 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors (“Cascade Lake-SP”) are now shipping in volume across all Microway Xeon offerings, including next-generation NumberSmasher™ clusters, servers, and WhisperStations.
High throughput, low latency, network availability, reliability, and security have always been top priorities in data centers, but the recent wave of technological advances — autonomous cars, augmented reality, 5G, and all other connected objects of the Internet of Things (IoT) — are taking those priorities to a new level and bringing new challenges to IT systems administrators and data centers managers.