Tag: computing

Hardware, Technology

How New Chip Innovations Will Drive IT

May 25, 2023

Via: Network Computing

Fifty-eight years ago, Fairchild Semiconductor’s Gordon Moore, who later co-founded Intel, posited Moore’s Law. Moore’s Law predicted that the number of transistors in an integrated circuit would double every two years. In 1965, when the prediction was first made, this […]


Intel bets big on security as a service for confidential computing

May 13, 2022

Via: CSO

Intel revealed a string of security advancements at its inaugural Intel Vision event this week, including Project Amber — a security as a service initiative for confidential computing — as well as increased collaboration for secure and responsible developments in […]

Technology, Wireless

How to keep networks running as demand places pressure on the edge

March 14, 2022

Via: Data Centre & Network News

The traditional data centre has been a mainstay of computing and connectivity networks for decades, with most processing transactions being carried out in a centralised core. Although core networks are essentially the backbone of any network, mobility, technological advancements and […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Industrial Data Security Is Finding Its Way in the Fog

December 16, 2020

Via: CSO

The cloud is a smart way to store data and use virtual services. But some businesses, especially in industrial manufacturing, find it doesn’t meet their needs. And that’s where ‘fog computing’ has come to the fore. What is fog computing? […]

Hardware, Wireless

Where is the edge in edge computing?

February 11, 2020

Via: Cisco Blog

Edge computing has become the IT industry’s hot “new” term. Media outlets, vendors (including Cisco!), and analysts alike are all touting the value of edge computing, particularly for Internet of Things (IoT) implementations. While most agree that there are benefits […]


Cray to license Fujitsu Arm processor for supercomputers

November 14, 2019

Via: Networkworld Software

Cray says it will be the first supercomputer vendor to license Fujitsu’s A64FX Arm-based processor with high-bandwidth memory (HBM) for exascale computing. Under the agreement, Cray – now a part of HPE – is developing the first-ever commercial supercomputer powered […]


Why enterprise computing is living on the edge

November 4, 2019

Via: Networkworld Software

People talk about cloud as the way to scale out infrastructure needs. And indeed, cloud and hybrid cloud infrastructure provides an attractive way for enterprises to deliver compute where and when needed at an attractive price. But with an ever-increasing […]


The role of fog computing in 5G

January 31, 2018

Via: RCR Wireless News

Fog computing is expected to play a major role in meeting the needs of future 5G networks. The technology has been boasted as an effective way to provide the low latency promised by the 5G New Radio standard. With plans […]


Ansible for Networking: A Primer

May 9, 2017

Via: Network Computing

We discussed basic network automation concepts using Python. In this post, we’ll build on some of the same concepts with Ansible, which is used for configuration management, general automation, and templated report generation, reducing the need for raw scripting languages. […]