Server sales are slipping. AI is driving the need for new skills. And gaming GPU are growing gangbusters.
That’s the latest from top IT market watchers. Here’s your tech provider’s update.
Server sales fall nearly 12%
In this year's second quarter 2.7 million servers were shipped worldwide. Their sales totaled $20 billion.
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You already know about Intel’s NUC Mini PC line. And you already know about artificial intelligence. But how about knowing them together?
Well, now you do. Simply NUC, a Platinum-level Intel Technology Partner based in Round Rock, Texas, has introduced the first-ever AI developer kit for a Mini PC.
Called the AI Development Kit on the Intel NUC Mini PC, the kit combines the hardware and software needed to develop applications that use deep neural networks for sophisticated AI features.
Smartphone shipments are slumping. Smart-speaker shipments are rumbling. And industrial robots are about to get SLAMed.
That’s the latest in IT market forecasts. Here’s your tech provider’s roundup.
Smartphone shipments slump
Smartphone shipments to end users fell by nearly 2% in the second quarter of this year, and will likely remain weak for the rest of the year, says Gartner.
Intel last week added 8 more models to its line of 10th Gen Core processors for laptops and 2-in-1s, bringing the line's total to 19 CPUs.
Intel says the new 10th Gen mobile PC processors, codenamed Comet Lake, deliver double-digit performance gains over the previous generation.
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At this week’s Gamescon 2019 conference in Cologne, Germany, HP introduced a slew of gaming hardware, software and services under its Omen and Pavilion brands.
Gaming systems have become an increasingly important part of the PC business. That’s true not only for HP, but also other PC makers, because the market is huge. Some 2.3 billion people around the world now play computer games, according to HP.
Here’s some of what’s new from HP’s gaming crew.
The cybersecurity landscape is getting uglier in 5 new ways. More than a third of simulated attacks go unnoticed. And detection software can shorten the time needed to detect an attack by up to 12x.
That’s the latest in cybersecurity intelligence. Here’s your tech provider's roundup.
Accenture IDs 5 key threats
Cloud infrastructure services spending is taking off. The Internet of Things has a skills shortage. And machine-to-machine connections will be driven by some fairly old-fashioned tech.
That’s the latest from leading IT market watchers. And here’s your tech provider’s roundup.
Cloud infrastructure services
How strong is the cloud market? Very, says Canalys.