Aimed at data centers and service providers, Intel says its Xeon Scalable chips are the biggest data center advance in a decade. Customers like AT&T and Google are already using more than a half million Xeons.
Under a multi-year patent deal, Finland-based Nokia and China-based Xiaomi plan to work together on a number of technologies, including artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, and augmented/virtual reality.
Chipmaker AMD has thrown down a major gauntlet at the feet of Intel, saying that it will be going after the latter company’s stranglehold on the server market with its new EPYC datacenter chips.
Slower investment in servers by the likes of Facebook, Amazon, and Google is causing a big slowdown in the data center server market, according to a new report by International Data Corp.
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