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.

AMD issues firmware fixes for Epyc, Ryzen processors

Startup ECL promises off-the-grid green data centers

Startup ECL promises off-the-grid green data centers

ECL says its hydrogen fuel cells will provide electricity to power its data centers while producing enough water to cool the servers.

Roundup of server vendors using new Xeon processors

Roundup of server vendors using new Xeon processors

From HPE to Inspur, server vendors are coming out with dozens of new configurations.

IBM boosts Power CPU core count…for Oracle

IBM boosts Power CPU core count…for Oracle

IBM will quadruple the core count of its RISC CPUs specifically to benefit one of Oracle’s databases, perhaps to get around licensing issues, but won't say exactly why.

Nvidia, others promise to use new Intel Xeon processors

Nvidia, others promise to use new Intel Xeon processors

New server processors include virtual machine security as well as AI accelerators.

AMD unveils exascale data-center accelerator at CES

AMD unveils exascale data-center accelerator at CES

The Instinct MI300 server accelerator from AMD looks like an absolute beast on paper, with eight times the performance of its predecessor.

Gigabyte spins off its enterprise business to better serve enterprises

Gigabyte spins off its enterprise business to better serve enterprises

Giga Computing Technology is a new Gigabyte subsidiary focused on supporting servers and other enterprise gear as well as liquid cooling.

Supermicro launches Arm-powered servers

Supermicro launches Arm-powered servers

New Arm-based Mt. Hamilton servers target a range of use cases, from traditional server workloads to cloud and AI.

Server supply chain undergoes shift due to geopolitical risks

Server supply chain undergoes shift due to geopolitical risks

TrendForce believes core parts of the server supply chain will shift to Southeast Asia and the Americas as a result of geopolitical risks and trade disputes.

Nvidia still crushing the data center market

Nvidia still crushing the data center market

Nvidia's data-center segment is its largest business, fueled by supercomputers, high-performance computing and AI. But AMD and Intel are upping the GPU competition.

Intel splits GPU group into two separate units

Intel splits GPU group into two separate units

Restructuring move puts Intel's gaming and data center products into separate categories to better serve both markets.

HPE expands GreenLake private cloud offerings

HPE expands GreenLake private cloud offerings

GreenLake enhancements include expanded container deployment options and workload-optimized instances for compute, memory, and storage.

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