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's 2nd-gen neuromorphic chip is 10x smarter than the first

A dive into Kyndryl, IBM’s managed-services spin-off

A dive into Kyndryl, IBM’s managed-services spin-off

The managed-infrastructure-services unit of IBM's Global Technology Services faces stiff competition when it goes solo as Kyndryl later this year.

Marvell announces some very smart SmartNIC processors

Marvell announces some very smart SmartNIC processors

The Octeon 10 DPU packs the processing power of a server CPU but it’s for network management.

The Dell/VMware relationship remains strong despite split

The Dell/VMware relationship remains strong despite split

If ever you needed a sign Dell and VMware are parting on good terms, they just gave it.

Very quietly, Oracle ships new Exadata servers

Very quietly, Oracle ships new Exadata servers

The company boasts of massive performance gains, but is anyone buying?

Kioxia seeks to make the SSD more programmable

Kioxia seeks to make the SSD more programmable

NAND flash maker's Software-Enabled Flash technology is designed to add customization to SSDs.

HPE expands GreenLake services into new markets

HPE expands GreenLake services into new markets

HPE adds to its on-prem Greenlake cloud services program with ransomware-recovery, data lakehouse support, and tools for evaluating and rationalizing enterprise efforts to move data to the cloud.

Gigabyte and CoolIT partner for liquid cooled servers

Gigabyte and CoolIT partner for liquid cooled servers

High density servers are increasingly harder to air cool, so Gigabyte is switching to liquid cooling.

IBM and Atos partner to help financial businesses migrate to the cloud

IBM and Atos partner to help financial businesses migrate to the cloud

Finance is a heavily regulated field, but these two giants say they can help banks to migrate to cloud and multi-cloud environments.

Intel: Under attack, fighting back on many fronts

Intel: Under attack, fighting back on many fronts

Intel faces challengers AMD, Arm, Nvidia and others as it implements a new fabrication strategy, develops new classes of processors, and embraces competitors as customers.

Lenovo extends TruScale as-a-service model to its entire portfolio

Lenovo extends TruScale as-a-service model to its entire portfolio

Everything Lenovo sells, from devices to servers, is now a part of the consumption-based, pay-as-you-go model.

Supermicro updates one-socket server line

Supermicro updates one-socket server line

The single-socket server used to be the lowest end of servers, but potent new chips are raising its value.

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