Andy Patrizio

Andy Patrizio is a freelance journalist based in southern California who has covered the computer industry for 20 years and has built every x86 PC he’s ever owned, laptops not included.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of ITworld, Network World, its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Intel sharpens focus on immersion cooling

Lenovo expands edge computing portfolio with AI-focused Nvidia GPUs

Lenovo expands edge computing portfolio with AI-focused Nvidia GPUs

The ThinkEdge SE450 incorporates Nvidia GPUs for enterprise and industrial AI at the edge.

Nvidia acquires Bright Computing

Nvidia acquires Bright Computing

Buying Bright Computing gives Nvidia in-house clustering software for high-performance computing and includes support for VMware.

Microsoft issues a fix for on-prem Exchange mail servers

Microsoft issues a fix for on-prem Exchange mail servers

Due to a “date issue,” mail was being queued up instead of sent.

Schneider Electric publishes data-center sustainability framework

Schneider Electric publishes data-center sustainability framework

Framework is designed to help data-center operators minimize the environmental impacts of their facilities.

Equinix leads consortium that's building fuel cells to power data centers

Equinix leads consortium that's building fuel cells to power data centers

Seven organizations are looking to develop a fuel cell platform for data centers.

Iron Mountain acquires ITRenew in sustainability move

Iron Mountain acquires ITRenew in sustainability move

ITRenew will brings its expertise in IT hardware reuse and disposal to Iron Mountain’s IT asset lifecycle management business.

Equinix expands adds more processors to its bare-metal service

Equinix expands adds more processors to its bare-metal service

Equinix Metal service now includes Nvidia, Intel, AMD, and Ampere processors.

Intel, hardware vendors working on a high-performance network card

Intel, hardware vendors working on a high-performance network card

Intel is working with partners in China to build an infrastructure processing a unit that relies on both a CPU and an FPGA.

AMD: The phoenix of tech

AMD: The phoenix of tech

Left for dead five years ago, AMD has engineered a stunning comeback, but there is more to do.

FTC investigation of Nvidia/Arm deal will only hurt Arm

FTC investigation of Nvidia/Arm deal will only hurt Arm

US regulators are investigating whether allowing Nvidia to buy Arm would give it too much control over the semiconductor market and hurt competition.

Amazon announces third generation of Graviton processors

Amazon announces third generation of Graviton processors

While missing some details, the Arm-based processor has some key new performance metrics.

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