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Google Develops In-House Arm ‘Axion’ CPU for Datacenters

Google was among the first hyperscalers build custom silicon for its services, starting first with tensor processing units (TPUs) for its AI initiatives, and then video transcoding units (VCUs) for the YouTube service. But unlike its industry peers, the company has been slower to adopt custom CPU designs, prefering to stick to off-the-shelf chips from the major…

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DataStax launches on-premise GenAI in ‘hyper-converged’ format

Texas-based DataStax has launched its Hyper-Converged Data Platform (HCDP) as a ready-made offering for enterprise customers that want to build vector databases for in-house generative AI (GenAI). Vectors are mathematical representations of concepts, words and images used by GenAI systems to allow questions and comparisons of datasets to provide insightful outcomes. HCDP is intended to allow…

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Storage technology explained: AI and data storage

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) promises a step change in the automation fundamental to IT, with applications ranging from simple chatbots to almost unthinkable levels of complexity, content generation and control. Storage forms a key part of AI, to supply data for training and store the potentially huge volumes of data generated, or…

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The NVIDIA GTC 2024 Keynote Live Blog (Starts at 1:00pm PT/20:00 UTC)

We’re here in sunny San Jose California for the return of an event that’s been a long-time coming: NVIDIA’s in-person GTC. The Spring 2024 event, NVIDIA’s marquee event for the year, promises to be a big one for NVIDIA, as the company is due to deliver updates on its all-important datacenter accelerator products – the…

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Dunelm’s journey to micro front ends

Software engineering covers all of Dunelm’s business domains. Over the past few years, the retailer has updated its IT infrastructure from running off-the-shelf ecommerce via IBM WebSphere on Rackspace to building everything in-house. “Like many companies, digital transformation starts with the website and goes deeper and wider after that,” says Paul Kerrison, director of engineering…

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How to enable a positive software developer experience

IT leaders strive to enable cross-functional teams that can work effectively across organisational and geographic boundaries, using their preferred tooling. Amazing things happen when the CIO creates a positive working environment for software developers with the right tooling, constructs and methodologies, combined with a positive approach to people management and team building.  When John Selvadurai,…

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