Server revenue was up to $22.6 billion in the third quarter, but the moving parts under the headline are interesting.
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But perhaps more importantly IonQ said it will be able to network smaller quantum systems together and make them more feasible for data centers.
The HPC systems will include software, storage, networking and come in small, medium and large options and can be ordered through a self-service portal for use on premise or in colocation facilities.
Lenovo's targeting mainstream analytics and AI deployments for smaller companies.
Intel is prepping to roll out its 3rd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, code named Ice Lake, for HPC workloads.
AMD is looking to capitalize on its momentum with its EPYC server processor by pairing it with the Instinct MI100 GPU accelerator to gain in high performance computing.
HPE is packaging up virtual desktop infrastructure services for power users, engineers and knowledge workers.
Thierry Pellegrino, vice president of data-centric workloads and solutions at Dell Technologies, said the company's goal is to democratize HPC.
AMD and Xilinx have big plans for the data center and hope to turn out better than the Intel-Altera deal. Here's a look at how the parts come together.
Intel said cloud growth continued but enterprise demand fell. PC processor sales were up 1%.