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Today at the GPU Technology Conference, Nvidia announced Grace, its first Arm-based CPU for data centers that promises ten times the performance of today's fastest servers and then some.
Facebook has completed the first phase of its Indiana fiber network. It will make data transfer between its data centers quicker and it will also help people in rural Indiana get faster internet.
Quantum Brilliance will be deploying its quantum accelerator at the Pawsey Supercomputing Center in Perth in an industry first. The accelerator works at room temps and is based on synthetic diamonds.
Microsoft has announced #DigitalLeapDenmark, a plan that includes building a renewable data centre in the country and providing 200,000 jobs and job training to all ages by the year 2024.
In the path towards improving data flow and networking in data centers, Intel showed off key advances like the tight coupling of CMOS technologies with photonics and miniature micro-ring modulators.
After a testing period that lasted nearly two years, Project Natick proves that underwater datacenters are more reliable, easier to deploy, and possibly cheaper than their land-based counterparts.
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The latest in its renewable energy investments sees Microsoft partner with First Solar to power its two upcoming Azure data centers in Arizona. The 150MW solar plant is set to be operational in 2021.
The two firms will team up on cloud services to fend off competition from Amazon. Direct interconnects between data centers will enable customers to combine services from Azure and Oracle Cloud.
Microsoft and Vattenfall have collaborated yet again to commit to the spread of green energy, by building sustainable datacentres that employ use of 100 percent renewable energy sources.
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Intel has announced that it will no longer produce 5G modem for smartphones, including next year's iPhones, a few hours after Apple and Qualcomm settled their longstanding legal dispute.
In our always-on world, data center downtime is not an option, unfortunately, inefficient data center policies can mean that continuous availability comes at an unnecessarily high price.
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At the Next Horizon event, AMD also took the time to showcase its latest accelerator cards for AI and deep learning workloads. Based on the Vega20 architecture, these will be available on November 18.
Microsoft's Chief Executive Officer, Satya Nadella, spoke at the company's Future Decoded conference in London, where he reiterated his advocacy for an underwater data center in the future.
Microsoft has announced that it will be building two new data centers in Norway. These will power the company's cloud experiences for businesses in the region, starting late next year.
Microsoft is forging ahead with Project Natick in a bid to create a self-sustaining undersea data centre capable of working on its own for five years by dropping one off the coast of Scotland.
Microsoft has bought 65 acres of land in San Jose, the economic center of Silicon Valley. The company has indicated that the site will help in widening its reach in cloud and internet tech.
Situated near the Norwegian town of Ballangen and within the freezing Arctic Circle, Kolos plans on becoming the world's largest data centre that will also be completely powered by renewable energy.
The iPhone-maker will start manufacturing and assembling some high-tech products on US soil. However, these are designed in-house server products instead of consumer products.
Google is putting its Go-winning digital mind at work, as DeepMind develops AI systems to cool down data centers. The new machine-learning system used 40% less energy than normal.
Google says it accepts full responsibility for the tiny, but permanent, data loss that occurred last week, after the power grid near to one of its European data centers was struck by lightning.
Brad Smith, Microsoft General Counsel, has issued a statement regarding the ongoing battle they are fighting over the US Government's claim on data stored in overseas datacenters.
The iPhone maker has announced the construction of two additional data centers in Europe, both of which will rely on renewable energy and sustainable development.
Microsoft has stated that they will be building new data centers in India to help create a local footprint in the second largest country by population in an effort to boost cloud adoption.
Microsoft and three partners have been awarded $5m to fund research into fuel cells that, it is hoped, will lead to more energy-efficient datacenters - and many more applications in the wider world.
Google has been constructing a huge four story building on a barge in the San Francisco Bay, but the company is keeping its contents a secret. However, the structure may end up never being used.
Microsoft will run a small data center based in Cheyenne, Wyoming from energy created from a biogas setup in a pilot project that will launch sometime in March 2013.
In a new blog post, Microsoft has defended its energy practices that it uses for its data centers and says it is working harder to make its centers more energy efficient.
A new report claims that Microsoft deliberately wasted "millions of watts of electricity" at a data center in Washington in order to avoid paying a $210,000 fine for overestimating its power use.
Data centers could be mankind's most wasteful invention since the Hummer. By running at full power 24/7, they're wasting more energy than you'll use in a lifetime, and that's just for idling.
Two Greenpeace demonstrators dressed as iPhones ended up getting arrested in front of Apple's Cupertino HQ after projecting anti-Apple messages and climbing into a 'pod' bearing the Apple logo.