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7 thoughts on “About this Blog

  1. I wonder about the writing skills necessary to writing blogs. What advice do you have? What kinds of writing skills does someone need to write an effective blog?

  2. When corporations start to cedoinsr seriously how to build their cloud enabled model, it happens like with other IT trends it doesn’t all have to be black or white.When IT providers land in a client to explain their cloud strategy, they need to be smart enough to understand that many of the existing pieces of the virtualization layers in customer’s infrastructure all already there to stay, whether they belong to the open source world or to any de facto-standard virtualization provider.Some of these IT providers do not bring pure solutions based in architectural cloud delivery models, so the key for the customer to succeed in the future, is to be able to balance marketed solutions with open source cloud components. And you cannot do this, you cannot complete your whole cloud architecture map if those two trends do not meet with integration technologies which drives us to .talk about standards. So the questions that remains is: which of these trends, open source or commercial out of-the-box solutions is incorporating cloud standards faster, at the time customers demand them at with the neccesary support?

  3. the Independent Football online is running “Player Ratings” on the England Ukraine match – one cannot read them because a damned Intel ad completely obscures each tex and cannot be clicked away – I will do all possible in future to avoid purchasing intel products

  4. Hi All, I just came across Nick Knupffer’s excellent blog about his experience at the FIRST Robotics world championships in St. Louis. Our organization, WEtech Alliance, one of fourteen Regional Innovation Centres in Ontario, Canada has just ‘discovered’ that we have one FIRST robotics program in an area high school, the only robotics program within a 100 mile radius of our city, Windsor, located just across the river form Detroit. They have been around for ten years, and although they recently won a regional championship in Tennessee, took part in the championships in St. Louis, and were invited to the select Indianapolis Regional Invitation in two weeks, they have flown under the radar locally! We hope to help this team establish a formal relationship with the local University of Windsor and their departments of computer science, engineering and science. We are also helping them improve their sponsorship package and launch an aggressive sponsorship drive. We are also planning on hosting an Open House to get more regional ‘buy in’ for expanding the robotics program into more schools and getting industry on board. My question to INTEL is, besides being a fabulous sponsor to the national FIRST robotics program, does INTEL provide any support to specific regions and is there any way INTEL can help a fledgling robotics program expand and flourish in our region of Windsor and Essex–an automotive manufacturing town that is trying to retool itself into an auto AND ideas town? We would love to organize a regional robotics tournament in Windsor involving teams from Michigan and Southern Ontario–an event celebrating the very best of Canada-US relations. Do you think there would be any interest from Intel to help make such an event happen?

  5. Hi,

    Our group needs to make a significant purchase of new computing hardware. We do a great deal of molecular simulations that utilize from a few hundred to a thousand processors in parallel. We’re trying to figure out if Xeon-Phi is the right product for us but must spend most of our purchasing budget well before the end of the year. I’d like to get in touch with Raj Hazra, Joe Curley, or someone connected with that project to get more information and ask for a demo. Is there some way to get in touch with them?

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