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SeaMicro Unveils Revolutionary Low Power x86 Cloud Computing Server

SANTA CLARA, Calif., June 14, 2010– SeaMicro™, a Silicon Valley pioneer of low power server technology, today emerged from stealth mode to launch a new Internet-optimized x86-server that reduces by 75 percent the power and space used by servers.  In development for three years, the SM10000™ is the ultimate re-think of the volume server. Specifically optimized for the […]

Intel Xeon 5600 to Aid Cloud Computing

Mark Hachman – March 16, 2010 (www.pcmag.com): Nearly a year after the company launched its Nehalem processor into the Xeon space, Intel on Tuesday announced the Xeon 5600, the so-called “Westmere EP.” The Xeon 5600 is available in configurations up to six cores, as well as low-power derivatives. According to Intel, the chip – Intel’s first 32-nm Xeon […]

  
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    • Devsecops: Add security to complete your devops process October 17, 2017
      As seen in a recent DigiCert report, an overwhelming majority of companies believe that an integrated security and devops team makes sense. In fact, 98 percent of survey 300 US respondents (a third from IT or security) are either planning to or have alreafy launched such an effort.This is good, if unsurprising, news. For years, […]
    • Centralized security in the cloud is the best security model October 13, 2017
      It’s 6:00 a.m. on a Monday morning. You get an automated text from your security systems that a DDOS attack was attempted, but new security policies downloaded several hours earlier proactively protected the systems from the attacking IP address. All is well. The alternative is not good—meaning that you had no idea of the DDOS attack, […]
    • Now’s the time to do deep learning in the cloud October 10, 2017
      The AWS Re:invent conference is coming up, and predictions are starting to fly around what Amazon Web Services will announce there. A sure bet is that it will announce some sort of deep learning cloud service. Of course, Google, Microsoft, and IBM won’t be far behind; indeed, both IBM and Microsoft have their own special […]
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