Artificial Intelligence

HPE to invest $4 billion in intelligent edge technologies over the next four years

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is planning to invest $4 billion into intelligent edge technologies and services over the next four years. Antonio Neri, CEO of HPE, announced the company’s plan at Di...

“Demand for scale and speed delivered at the right economics is opening the door for a new breed of Hyperscale Service Provider being sought by the biggest Internet-based businesses.” – Chris Ortbals, QTS.

The rapid adoption of public cloud and the onset of new technologies like the internet of things, neural networks, artificial intelligence, machine learning and mega-scale online retailing are reshapi...

Salesforce marks its largest acquisition, buys MuleSoft for $6.5 billion 

Salesforce has acquired the enterprise software integration firm MuleSoft for $6.5 billion, marking its largest-ever acquisition. MuleSoft builds enterprise-grade software called Anypoint Platform, wh...

CloudFest – the mega cloud and hosting festival in full swing – fog, edge computing, latest processors and more

CloudFest, formerly WorldhostingDays, is the wonderland of cloud and hosting industry. The mega 7-day festival has kickstarted from 10th March in Europa-Park Rust, Germany, and is now in top form with...

Amazon’s AI-based image recognition technology now available to Australian developers

Amazon Web Services announced availability of Amazon Rekognition in Asia Pacific (Sydney) region. Amazon Rekognition is a deep learning based technology that can analyze images and video files stored ...

CBRE and Litbit team up to bring AI into datacenter 

The leading data center solutions provider, CBRE, has partnered with Litbit, in an effort to bring artificial intelligence to facilities management in datacenters and crucial environments. Litbit is a...

Nvidia prohibits datacenter deployment of GeForce GPUs 

Nvidia recently made a big change to the licensing agreement of its GeForce software which doesn’t allow users to deploy GeForce GPUs and Titan GPUs in data centers. Certainly, the users aren’t happy ...

Microsoft embraces Kubernetes to auto-scale deep learning training 

Microsoft recently collaborated with a San Jon-based startup Litbit, to build a new auto-scaling system using Kubernetes for deep learning training. Litbit provides a platform to package, automate, an...

Top 8 AI technology trends in 2018, and state of cloud, IoT, blockchain by 2020 revealed: NexGen 2017 Technology Expo

The NexGen 2017 Conference and Technology Expo, hosted by The Channel Company, successfully took place between December 11-13 in Los Angeles, CA. The NexGen 2017 Conference was specifically designed f...

Microsoft announces general availability of Azure Bot Service and Language Understanding to help developers develop improved conversational bots

Microsoft recently announced the general availability of – Azure Bot Service and Microsoft Cognitive Services Language Understanding (LUIS). While Azure Bot Service will help developers to build conve...

Google announces price cuts for NVIDIA Tesla GPUs and preemptible local SSDs

Google recently announced price cut of up to 36 percent for NVIDIA Tesla GPUs that are offered via its on-demand Google Compute Engine virtual machines. With this, in US regions, the cost for using K8...

Dell EMC’s new Machine and Deep Learning solutions to bring power of HPC and data analytics to enterprises

Dell EMC at SuperComputing conference 2017, announced its new machine learning and deep learning solutions to bring the power of HPC (high performance computing) and data analytics to the mainstream e...

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