Dihuni has collaborated with NEC, a leading global technology provider for advanced IT, communications, networking and biometrics solutions, to provide a powerful Digital Transformation solution that simplifies Deep Learning, High Performance Computing (HPC) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications by offering an on-demand solution for dynamically adding compute, graphics and storage resources. Continue reading Dihuni Collaborates with NEC to Simplify Deep Learning, HPC and IoT with Plug & Play GPU/FPGA/NVMe Scale Out PCI-E over Ethernet Solution
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of new Dihuni OptiReady (Optimized and ‘Ready to Buy and Deploy’) GPU Servers featuring the recently released NVIDIA Tesla V100 32GB GPU. Initial offerings are based on the Supermicro SYS-4029GP-TVRT server platform and are configured to deliver extreme performance needed for today’s Digital Transformation applications. Continue reading Dihuni Announces Availability of NVIDIA Tesla V100 32GB SXM2 NVLink GPU and Supermicro SYS-4029GP-TVRT based OptiReady Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning Servers
In his keynote at the GPU Technology Conference 2018, NVIDIA Founder & CEO Jensen Huang made 3 major announcements : Continue reading NVIDIA Tesla V100 32GB and DGX-2 for Deep Learning Announced at GPU Technology Conference 2018 #GTC18
On Feb 15th, in a blog by Antony Passemard, Google announced their intent to acquire Xively, the Internet of Things (IoT) arm of LogMeIn, Inc. For Cloud Service Providers (CSP), most of the focus has been in offering IT based services e.g. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Continue reading Google Cloud to Close IoT Platform Loop with Xively Connected Edge Device Management
I was pleased to see SAS announce a new division dedicated to Internet of Things (IoT). SAS is well known for its capabilities in enterprise level analytics. Their expertise applied in real world use cases will be very useful in advancing IoT as companies struggle through how to monetize the data generated from billions of connected devices. Continue reading Why It Makes Sense for SAS to Offer Internet of Things (IoT) Analytics?
In a recent blog by IBM’s John Considine, GM, Cloud Infrastructure Services, IBM Watson and Cloud Platform, the company announced that NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPU based computing is now available on IBM Public Cloud infrastructure. Continue reading NVIDIA Tesla V100 IaaS & PaaS : GPU Public Cloud or On Premises for Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence & Internet of Things (IoT)?
I have had the fortune of working in the Internet of Things (IoT) and Digital Transformation areas for multiple years and the overall progress has been phenomenal. From investments in innovating new products to transformation of traditional industrial companies to software driven industrial companies, a lot has happened over the last few years. At the same time, there are still many unknowns in the IoT market and we see continuous struggle in several areas. As we follow the IoT trends, top 5 things that I consider will be imminent in 2018 : Continue reading Top Five Internet of Things (IoT) Predictions for 2018 : Smart Home Assistants, Artificial Intelligence (AI), GPU Computing Shaping Digital Transformation
I spent one and a half days this week at the SuperComputing #SC17 show in Denver. As per the organizers, #SC17 was the largest in the history of the conference. Attendees and participants ranged from global server, storage, network, software technology providers to universities and research organizations showing their work and use cases in Green Energy, Artificial intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Aerospace, Advanced Manufacturing, Autonomous Cars and other industries that rely on High Performance Computing (HPC). Continue reading SuperComputing #SC17 Belongs to NVIDIA GPU, AMD EPYC, Liquid Cooling and Dense Servers for Artificial Intelligence and Deep/Machine Learning
Yesterday was a quick day trip for me from Washington DC to New York to attend Supermicro, Intel and Time, Inc sponsored/arranged Datacenter Innovation Summit.
The Supermicro E300-8D and Intel Xeon D processor continue to be hugely popular with customers as they deploy these machines as virtualization hosts, home lab servers or as VPN appliances. The E300-8D server features Intel® Xeon® processor D which delivers the performance and advanced intelligence of Intel’s server-class Xeon® processors in a System-on-a-Chip (SOC) form factor.
Continue reading Why Supermicro E300-8D Intel Xeon D Server for Virtualization, IoT, Home Lab and Remote VPN Appliance?