How small can tech devices get? Intel this week introduced three tiny but powerful devices, all under 4 inches. Here’s your tech provider's update.
Neural Compute Stick 2
At its AI developer conference this week in Beijing, Intel introduced the Neural Compute Stick 2, a device about the size of a thumb drive. It's designed to help developers build AI algorithms and prototype computer-vision applications at the edge.
Is digital transformation real? You’d better believe it.
This is no mere marketing buzzword. Worldwide spending on tech and services related to digital transformation (DX) is expected to grow on average by 16% a year through 2022, according to a new report from IDC.
By 2022, the market watcher expects, total DX spending worldwide will reach nearly $2 trillion. (Yes, that’s trillion with a T.)
Less than a week after the U.S. midterm elections, it’s worth asking whether politics have a bearing on tech providers and their customers.
The answer is Yes, at least in the Europe/Middle East/Africa region, finds research firm Gartner.
Looking for a fast path to help your clients modernize their data centers — while also speeding your own time to market?
Intel Select Solutions can help. This program offers workload-optimized solutions from leading suppliers, all tested and verified by Intel.
Today’s a busy day for Intel Xeon processors.
Intel this morning said its Xeon E-2100 of processors are now shipping. These CPUs are designed for the entry-level servers used by small and medium businesses (SMBs) and cloud service providers (CSPs).
Fewer and fewer, is the answer.
New figures from market watcher IDC show unit shipments of slate tablets fell by nearly 8% worldwide in the third quarter of this year, compared with the year-earlier period.
But aren’t PCs with detachable keyboards, what IDC calls “detachable tablets,” selling strongly? No. In fact, unit shipments of those devices fell by an even more dramatic 13% in Q3, according to IDC.
Intel Optane DC persistent memory is now available to OEMs and cloud service providers (CSPs) through an Intel beta program launched this week. General availability of the memory product is on track for the first half of next year, Intel says.
Serving your data-center customers is about to get a lot faster and easier.
Intel Select Solutions offer you and your customers a fast path to data-center modernization. It can also speed your own time to market.
Wouldn’t it be great if fitting out your customers’ data centers was less painful?
Imagine if you had access to highly integrated systems that included not only boards and chassis, but also processors, SSDs, Ethernet, even memory.
Now you do, thanks to Intel Data Center Blocks.