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.
The way in which the latest Intel and AMD server CPUs have been assimilated shows how the server market is becoming more complex.
Printing via the cloud can make life easier for workers on the move. Here are some of the issues you need to consider.
Printing from your smartphone or tablet while on the move is easy with a little preparation.
Some vendors will sell you a custom controller and extra licences to get central wi-fi management, but Draytek has put the functionality into its routers to make wireless management a no-cost option for buyers of its small-business networking products.
As virtualisation technology spreads through the datacentre, the race is on to develop ways of sharing out data to virtual servers and desktops in large numbers.
As small businesses take to the cloud, QuickBooks Online gets a totally new look, along with an open API to encourage third-party developers to jump onto the Intuit platform. But will it be enough to recover ground already lost to newer and nimbler competitors?