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.

Amazon announces third generation of Graviton processors

Cisco hit with software and physical issues

Cisco hit with software and physical issues

Customers may find their appliances compromised or a screw loose.

Xilinx launches a data-center accelerator for HPC

Xilinx launches a data-center accelerator for HPC

The Xilinx Alveo U55C data-center accelerator is smaller, has more memory, and draws less power than its predecessor, making it more attractive for high-performance computing.

Nvidia announces new InfiniBand networking hardware

Nvidia announces new InfiniBand networking hardware

The new Nvidia Bluefield-3 DPU will be used to provision next-gen firewall services from major providers.

Nvidia jumps into Zero Trust

Nvidia jumps into Zero Trust

Nvidia is blending its BlueField data-processing units with its Morpheus AI security framework to contribute to a Zero Trust architecture.

AMD launches big data-center push vs. Intel, Nvidia

AMD launches big data-center push vs. Intel, Nvidia

Powerful new server CPU and a GPU it says tops Nvidia’s best are part of the parade.

ITRenew integrates Pluribus Networks software with its hyperscale servers

ITRenew integrates Pluribus Networks software with its hyperscale servers

Pluribus software on ITRenew hardware means an open architecture for compute and storage infrastructure.

Rockport Networks debuts the “switchless” network

Rockport Networks debuts the “switchless” network

Billed as a drop-in replacement for Ethernet and InfiniBand cabling and switches, Rockport's switchless network relies on endpoint network cards.

NetApp overhauls cloud storage lineup

NetApp overhauls cloud storage lineup

NetApp continues to evolve its cloud strategy while maintaining on-premises support.

Startup gives IT control of GPU pools to maximize their use

Startup gives IT control of GPU pools to maximize their use

Run.AI is launching software that orchestrates shared use of organizations' GPU resources rather than dedicating entire processors to specific AI workloads.

Graphcore beefs up data center AI offerings

Graphcore beefs up data center AI offerings

New AI servers can boost performance into supercomputing territory with a smaller footprint.

Arm creates virtual IoT chips to accelerate development

Arm creates virtual IoT chips to accelerate development

Virtual instances of new designs will give developers a head start on creating apps before the silicon arrives.

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