Apps Go Better with AI – IBM, Apple and Coca-Cola

One of the most profound corporate IT shifts during the past decade is in developers’ roles as agents of business and technological change. That began with the critical positions developers took in cloud computing and bring your own device (BYOD) adoption. The process accelerated as organizations leveraged their developers to shift focus from massive, monolithic business applications to quickly created, continually evolving apps and...

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…IBM Leads Google In Quantum Computing

Like any major breakthrough in technology it is as important who makes the breakthrough as what the breakthrough was. If Germany or Japan had figured out how to harness Nuclear energy first we’d likely be living in a far different and far less attractive world today. Currently there is a lot of buzz surrounding Google’s seeming breakthrough in Quantum computing but, thankfully, these advancements are on paper and not near reality....

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Think Economics, Not Features, When Evaluating Big Data Value

Traditional enterprise data warehouse solutions helped to open the eyes of many organizations to the value of their data. Although these are significant systems, organizations quickly learned to monetize the actionable insight extracted from these systems, which led the rampant growth of the industry. Big data did not get big just from data growth. It got big because of its potential value, opportunities, and savings. The more...

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Everyone And Their Brother But Intel…

It is not often a market moves against some of the dominant players.  In a surprisingly secret and surprise move many of the most powerful companies in technology have formed a consortium to change the market dynamic for servers. In an early morning announcement (as in I’m still asleep) they surprised the market with a massive surprise move that likely shocked those that aren’t part of this consortium.  Effectively they are moving...

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OpenCAPI Consortium… Fuel System Innovation

As my colleagues Rob Enderle and Roger Kay discuss in this Pund-IT Review, the new OpenCAPI Consortium announced last week aims to develop new interconnect solutions that will improve server performance by as much as 10X over currently available systems. That’s impressive in eye-opening ways but even more so is OpenCAPI’s roster of founding members – AMD, Dell EMC, Google, HPE, IBM, Mellanox, Micron, NVIDIA and Xilinx – many of which...

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