Monday 03 June 2019

*NEW RESEARCH* Intel: In Place to Power Cloud Data Centre Transformation

Intel: In Place to Power Cloud Data Centre TransformationIntel has been at the heart of the IT industry since the days of the first personal computers, but like every organisation it must constantly review its operations and transform itself to stay on top of the technology pile.

The company has spent the last seven years steadily altering the mix of its traditionally PC orientated business to put itself at the core of a new world of cloud computing. Its CPUs and chipsets power much of the server, storage and networking architecture that shifts enormous volumes of data around cloud hosting facilities and enterprise data centres.

To that end we paid close attention when Intel launched a raft of CPUs, memory components, solid state hard disks and network/storage adapters in April. Those include its 2nd generation Xeon Scalable CPUs (dubbed Cascade Lake) enhanced to deliver greater throughput and scale and engineered to better support data centric workloads like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and Internet of Things (IoT).

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Posted by Martin Courtney at '09:38' - Tagged: servers   datacentres   storage   AI   infrastructure   ML