Topic: intel

ITOps Times news digest: Intel’s new hardware, WANdisco and Infosys, and SolarWinds and Cisco Meraki

Intel has announced new IoT-enhanced processors that improve edge devices. New hardware includes 11th gen Intel Core, Intel Atom x6000E series, and Intel Pentium and Celeron N and J series processors. “By 2023, up to 70% of all enterprises will process data at the edge. 11th Gen Intel Core processors, Intel Atom x6000E series, and … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: AWS Snowcone, Intel’s new processors, and EfficientIP’s cloud management solution

Amazon has introduced a new device to its AWS Snow Family of edge computing devices. AWS Snowcone is the smallest device in the family, at 4.5 pounds. It offers 8 terabytes of usable storage. According to Amazon, AWS Snowcone is particularly well suited for tight spaces or scenarios where portability is important. It can be … continue reading

HPE and Intel launch Open Distributed Infrastructure Management initiative

HPE has announced a new initiative to help simplify the management of large-scale geographically distributed physical infrastructure deployments. The Open Distributed Infrastructure Management initiative will help eliminate or reduce some of the complexities associated with rolling out 5G networks equipped with infrastructure from multiple vendors. “5G and Edge Computing industry initiatives will require large-scale and … continue reading

Intel announces new hardware and software to unlock full potential of 5G

Intel is on a mission to drive the transformation of network infrastructure that is necessary to unlock the full potential of 5G. The company has announced a number of new software and hardware in order to achieve this. “As the industry makes the transition to 5G, we continue to see network infrastructure as the most … continue reading

Intel slashes plans to enter the 5G smartphone modem space

Intel has announced that it will no longer be working on 5G smartphone modems. Instead, the company will be doing an assessment of what opportunities there are for 4G and 5G modems for PCs, IoT devices, and other data-centric devices. “We are very excited about the opportunity in 5G and the ‘cloudification’ of the network, … continue reading

Intel announces two new products for its Xeon processor line

Intel is giving IT administrators more options to choose from with the announcement of two new products in its Xeon processor line. Cascade Lake is a new Intel Xeon Scalable processor that was designed for high-performance computing, AI, and infrastructure-as-a-service workloads, the company explained. According to the company, Cascade Lake furthers Intel’s goal of delivering … continue reading

Intel Optane DC persistent memory reimagines the memory and storage hierarchy

Intel is reimagining the memory and storage hierarchy for developers and data solution providers with the release of Intel Optane DC persistent memory. The solution is designed specifically for data center usage, and Intel believes that it will break through the constricting methods for using data that are currently in place. Intel urges system architects … continue reading

OpenBMC and Linux Foundation join forces to codify open-source BMC firmware stack

IBM will be providing its OpenBMC code base to the Linux Foundation in support of the latter’s efforts to define a BMC stack that will work across varied systems including enterprise, HPC, telco and cloud-scale data centers. The OpenBMC Project’s community has already made substantial contributions towards open-source baseboard management controller firmware, but with the … continue reading Protection Status

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