Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Searching for Genghis Khan’s Tomb with Mobile Technology

  Dr. Albert Lin, National Geographic Channel Explorer, has made significant progress on his quest to discover one of the world’s most perplexing mysteries – the location of the tomb of Genghis Khan.  Dr. Lin’s new discoveries were documented in … Read more >

Powering a New Era: Extreme Low Energy Servers Process Tasks at Hyperscale

Nothing in business is more important to me than spending quality time listening to our customers.  To enable the cloud-based experiences that we all enjoy, bleeding-edge cloud data center operators taught us early on that deploying applications at large scale … Read more >

Mobility and Sharing: The Perfect Blend of Technology and Human Nature

Sharing is intrinsic to human nature – by sharing with others we can strengthen our social ties, learn from others and collaborate to achieve much more than we might have on our own. But are we entering into a new … Read more >

Thought Leaders: Mobility’s Impact on Content Consumption

Watching your favorite show, playing a game, sending an email, or browsing a website is no longer limited to a specific time and place. Today, as mobile users, we can spontaneously and instantly access nearly any content we choose anywhere … Read more >

Mobility impacting the Cloud

Currently in a transition phase, the cloud is moving beyond its trendy reputation and evolving to become a quiet, omnipresent force that will drive the way people and companies seamlessly share and store data. A recent report from Forrester shows … Read more >

Intel® Xeon® Phi™ coprocessors accelerate the pace of discovery and innovation

Discovery and the supercomputers behind discoveries are fascinating to me. I remember visiting NASA’s central computing facility for the first time and seeing their Cray supercomputer. I was amazed at the sheer number of wires needed to connect the systems, … Read more >