Category Archives: Data Center

AMAX Releases [SMART]Rack P47 Deep Learning & Rendering Solution at SC17

Last week at SuperComputing Conference 2017, AMAX released the [SMART]Rack P47, a PetaFLOP-In-A-Rack solution featuring AMD CPUs and GPUs, designed for deep learning and rendering applications. The [SMART]Rack P47 combines the power of 20x AMD EPYC™ Processors and 80x AMD … Continue reading

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The Knight Has Landed

Enterprises looking to integrate GPU-like parallel computing into their HPC hardware without having to make any significant changes to their IT infrastructure should look no further–the Knight has landed. Intel just released the highly-anticipated next-generation Xeon Phi processor, previously code-named, … Continue reading

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Why IoT Will Lead To Smart Cities In 2016

For those with an interest in smart technology, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a catch-all term for the network of physical devices that are connected to each other via the Internet. Unlike the World Wide Web where data is … Continue reading

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AMAX & Emerson Network Power Discuss Redfish: The Future of Server Management Standardization

AMAX recently sat down with a team from Emerson Network Power to discuss Redfish, a server management spec intended to supersede IPMI. The goal of Redfish is to provide a management standardization across various server/storage platforms, networking and operating systems that can scale better than IPMI and give companies more flexibility and control of how they integrate and manage their data centers. Continue reading

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2016: Year of the Monkey (and the Hybrid Cloud)

The hybrid cloud has advantages for companies looking to scale in a cost-effective manner. It’s more secure and flexible than public clouds and doesn’t need to overprovision hardware for private clouds. Continue reading

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