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.

AT&T picked as top managed-SD-WAN provider for the third year

Nvidia announces a 2023 launch for an HPC CPU named Grace

Nvidia announces a 2023 launch for an HPC CPU named Grace

CPU is meant to fill the server processor hole in Nvidia’s product line but details are scant.

Samsung demos 512GB DDR5 memory aimed at supercomputing, AI workloads

Samsung demos 512GB DDR5 memory aimed at supercomputing, AI workloads

It's twice as fast as existing memory and has twice the capacity, paving the way for new use cases.

How to shop for a colocation provider

How to shop for a colocation provider

Colocation facilities can lift the burden of running your own data center, but they’re not all created equal.

Microsoft documents its liquid-immersion cooling efforts

Microsoft documents its liquid-immersion cooling efforts

Power savings is just the start of benefits, along with the potential for much lower hardware failure.

Intel releases 3rd-gen Xeon Scalable processor

Intel releases 3rd-gen Xeon Scalable processor

Intel is trying to wrest back leadership from AMD with a host of new features, massive core count, and 40 new chips tailored for three different markets.

Immersion cooling firm LiquidStack launches as a stand-alone company

Immersion cooling firm LiquidStack launches as a stand-alone company

LiquidStack’s low-power, closed-system server-cooling technology, has caught the eye of Microsoft Azure.

Arm's latest: A CPU design to better serve AI, ML

Arm's latest: A CPU design to better serve AI, ML

The new Arm9 microarchitecture from Arm will cater to the demands of artificial intelligence and machine learning, and add security features.

Intel’s $20 billion bet on advanced fabrication

Intel’s $20 billion bet on advanced fabrication

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is going forward with Intel's chip-foundry business, with plans later this year to announce its expansion in the US and Europe.

IDC: Moving to the cloud could save 1B+ metric tons of CO2 emissions

IDC: Moving to the cloud could save 1B+ metric tons of CO2 emissions

If enterprises adopt the operational models of hyperscalers, it would maximize the reduction of CO2 that can be attributed to data centers, but just moving workloads to the cloud would help a lot.

AMD launches third generation Epyc server processors

AMD launches third generation Epyc server processors

AMD's new Milan processor features a 19% performance bump and socket compatibility with its older processors.

NetApp dumps its HCI hardware in favor of Kubernetes

NetApp dumps its HCI hardware in favor of Kubernetes

NetApp is ending production of its hyperconvergence hardware and plans to focus on software-defined infrastructure.

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