Edge

The Edge Is The New Frontier For IT

The datacenter is becoming hyperdistributed and incorporating some multiple of capacity – 2X, 3X, 4X, or maybe 10X – outside of the traditional datacenter walls because applications and storage live increasingly at the edge.

AI

Xilinx Works From The Edge Towards Datacenters With Versal FPGA Hybrids

The “Everest” family of hybrid compute engines made by Xilinx, which have lots of programmable logic surrounded by hardened transistor blocks and which are sold under the Versal brand, have been known for so long that we sometimes forget – or can’t believe – that Versal chips are not yet available as standalone products in the datacenter or within the Alveo line of PCI-Express cards from the chip maker.

Edge

The Edge Is Just A Massive, Geographically Distributed Cluster

Sponsored If you have a hundred or a thousand machines that you want to work in concert to run a simulation or a model or a machine learning training workload that cannot physically be done by any one single machine, you build a distributed systems cluster and there are all kinds of known tools to manage the underlying server nodes, to create the overarching computing environment, and to then carve it up into pieces to push work through it.

AI

Neuromorphic Computing Innovation Favors the Edge

Covering developments in neuromorphic computing has been something of a piecemeal experience, as happens with all novel architectures.

Edge

The Power of AR and AI in Medical Context

Medical imaging technologies are invaluable tools in the diagnosis and treatment of patients, allowing healthcare professionals to non-invasively see what lies deep inside the body, identify any disease and/or abnormalities, and determine appropriate treatments.