Customers will need to spend time matching Intel's new Cascade Lake processors to applications, and working out how best to deploy Optane DC memory, but there are real performance benefits to be had.
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Despite its high price, Nvidia's 2-petaFLOPS GPU server should prove cost-effective for companies needing to run demanding AI and HPC workloads.
A year on from its release, AMD's EPYC processor is shaking up the server market. We examine three different implementations of these powerful and cost-effective CPUs.
To build and train deep neural networks you need serious amounts of multi-core computing power. We examine leading GPU-based solutions from Nvidia and Boston Limited.
Boston Venom EPYC Workstation review: Price/performance equation adds up for multi-threaded applications
This dual-socket AMD EPYC-powered system offers a total of 64 cores and 128 threads, giving it an advantage over comparable Xeon-based alternatives for many types of workload.
Densify is a capable and affordable cloud optimisation service, suitable for any company struggling to get to grips with its expenditure on public cloud services.
The way in which the latest Intel and AMD server CPUs have been assimilated shows how the server market is becoming more complex.
With its PageWide technology this inkjet-powered MFP is blindingly quick, cheaper to run than a laser, and more reliable.
A Samsung-derived engine turns this A3 LaserJet into a fast and very capable multifunction printer/copier with lots of new security features to keep would-be printer-hackers at bay.
It's not your everyday data centre platform but, if parallel processing of HPC workloads is your game, then Intel's second-generation Xeon Phi processors fitted inside this Boston Quattro server are the way to go.