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How to Make the Most of a Moment With Digital Signage

When Ace of Base sang “I saw the sign and it opened up my eyes” with their number one hit “The Sign” in 1993, they had no idea how eye-opening the namesake of their song would one day become. Now, over twenty years later, technological advances in the Internet of Things (IoT) and field-programmable gate …continue reading How to Make the Most of a Moment With Digital Signage

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Accelerating the Pace of Data Center Innovation

  The pace of innovation in the data center is relentless and has been driven by Intel and Moore’s Law for decades. 2017 is shaping up to be no different. This year’s innovation will be built on decades of continuous investment in Intel architecture, and will further propel data center capabilities into the forefront of …continue reading Accelerating the Pace of Data Center Innovation

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Digital Signage Expo 2017 with Intel

Digital signage is at the cutting edge of IoT customer engagement. Seeing this new technology used by brands like McDonald’s, Disney, and more isn’t a passing trend; it’s a sign of the times. A premier event dedicated to this tech, Digital Signage Expo 2017, takes place next week in Las Vegas (March 28–31), and Intel …continue reading Digital Signage Expo 2017 with Intel

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The Future of Care Automation

As we conclude our series on care automation with Dr. Ray Costantini, CEO and co-founder of Bright.md, we look toward the future and what it will take to implement care automation on a wide scale, plus examine the inclusion of genomics in patient records and how that impacts care delivery. Intel: What challenges do you …continue reading The Future of Care Automation

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Are We There Yet? Excitement Builds as 5G Nears Commercial Deployment

“Are we there yet?” It’s a familiar refrain for anyone who’s ever had the pleasure of taking a family road trip. Excitement, suspense, impatience, expectation—all packed into four little words. As we approach 5G deployment and the commercialization of 5G … Read more >

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Moving Toward a Thinking Cloud

  I’m at IBM InterConnect* this week, and there’s great news—the cloud is becoming bigger, faster, and more secure. And most exciting, it’s becoming smarter. We’re working with IBM to combine Intel technologies and expertise with IBM Cloud to create a cloud-native architecture that drives machine efficiency, maximizes resource utilization, and enables the creation of …continue reading Moving Toward a Thinking Cloud

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CISO Executive Leadership Summit

I had the pleasure of speaking as part of a great panel at the HMG Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Executive Leadership Summit in San Francisco CA last week. A tremendous event which brings together a community of CISO’s to talk, share, network, and give insights to their successes and warnings about well-learned lessons from their past …continue reading CISO Executive Leadership Summit

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Optane and Intel Memory Drive Technology, big surprise

New era of memory and it’s not a DRAM I believe March 19th, 2017 is one of the most exiting days in the Non-Volatile industry when Intel® Optane™ SSD DC P4800X was introduced. This is an outstanding drive, which opens new possibilities in storage and in memory domains. While storage area is clear and, most likely, …continue reading Optane and Intel Memory Drive Technology, big surprise

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Intel Optane SSDs and Aerospike Database: a New Level of Fast in Operational Stores

Aerospike’s founding was predicated on building a hybrid memory, ultra-fast operational database that could take advantage of non-volatile memory (NVM) from the ground up. By relying on non-relational constructs popularized as “NoSQL”, key-value (primary key) access is fast and parallel. Since rows are locked individually, without the requirement of maintaining relational structures, analysis capability improves …continue reading Intel Optane SSDs and Aerospike Database: a New Level of Fast in Operational Stores

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Bringing FPGA Acceleration to the Cloud

  As customers in every field seek the efficiencies of cloud computing, the need for greater versatility to run these new, diverse applications is creating challenges for cloud-ready data center service providers. While the cloud traditionally thrived on hardware and software homogeneity, these new workloads—like analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), and high-performance computing—demand specialized computing resources …continue reading Bringing FPGA Acceleration to the Cloud

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Applying Intel® Optane™ SSDs to MySQL- Part 1: Fast Storage

On March 19th, Intel announced the Intel® Optane™ SSD DC P4800X- the first SSD for the Data Center built using a new class of non-volatile memory called Intel® Optane™ technology.  The Intel® DC P4800X SSD delivers an industry leading combination of low latency, ultra-endurance, high QoS and high throughput, making it the first SSD to …continue reading Applying Intel® Optane™ SSDs to MySQL- Part 1: Fast Storage

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Quick pace of technology development and the rise of self-assessment approaches in security

The global nature of modern computing ecosystems and supply chains led to increased interest among the technologists and policy makers for studying approaches to trust.  In technology, research in trust, trustworthiness, and trusted systems has risen sharply over the last … Read more >

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