Intel Grabs Mobileye for Self-Driving Car, Artificial Intelligence and IoT Applications

In another move to expand beyond data centers and PCs, Intel announced it is going to acquire Mobileye, an Israeli company involved with Artificial Intelligence and Self-Driving hardware and software technology. Intel processors are used in desktop and notebook PCs and on-premise and public cloud applications but the company has been looking for ways to expand into the Internet of Things (IoT) […]

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FaceBook’s New Server and Storage Line Targets Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Analytics and Video Applications

Facebook announced a new line of server and storage hardware at the Open Compute Project (OCP) Summit 2017. In a blog post yesterday, Facebook Technical Program Manager Arlene Gabriana Murillo highlighted the need for next generation hardware to handle millions of hours of video, massive amounts of photo files and interactiveaudio and video communication on Facebook messenger.  Scalable Storage Facebook […]

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Qualcomm and Cavium ARM Based Servers Get a Boost with Microsoft Hyperscale Cloud Adoption

Project Olympus Will Use ARM Microsoft is preparing for the next generation of cloud optimized hyperscale servers and in a blog by Leendert van Doorn, Distinguished Engineer, the company announced today it is going to use Qualcomm and Cavium servers for Project Olympus, an Open Source hardware project.   The announcement came ahead of the Open Compute Project (OCP) Summit 2017  which starts […]

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How to Write High Quality Technology Blogs? Students, Professionals, Tech Enthusiasts and Aspiring Authors

So You are Thinking About Writing a Tech Blog? At VCloud News, we excel is in writing about technology happenings and ensuring our content is analytical, meaningful and geared towards visitors interested in consumer and commercial technology. Periodically, we feature guest posts that are original and in line with our focus areas. If you are interested in sending us a guest […]

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Public, Private or Hybrid Cloud After Amazon S3 Outage?

On February 28th, the world witnessed another public cloud outage. The disruption happened in Amazon’s Northern Virginia data center and Amazon was prompt in communicating to customers. S3 is experiencing high error rates. We are working hard on recovering. — Amazon Web Services (@awscloud) February 28, 2017 It took several hours for Amazon to recover from the issue. Amazon has since […]

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