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IDC 4Q19 Quarterly Server Tracker Dell Sinks Inspur and Lenovo Surge

We do some server ASP analysis and see clear trends with Dell losing ground to HPE. Lenovo pumps volume by tanking ASP. Inspur grows across the board
Alan And Patrick At SC19

Inspur Evaporative Cooling Solution and Other SC19 Highlights

We take a look at the Inspur Evaporative Cooling Solution as a highlight of its SC19 booth along with Intel Nervana NNP-T solutions and Inspur Power Systems

IDC 3Q19 Quarterly Server Tracker Shipments Slow Inspur Grows Again

We discuss the IDC 3Q19 Quarterly Server Tracker numbers and show how Dell and HPE are leading with Inspur still rising quickly

Inspur NF5180M5 Flexible 1U Server Review

In our Inspur NF5180M5 review, we see what makes this 1U server so versatile that it has become a higher-volume seller in the US and EMEA markets

Interview with Alan Chang of Inspur on OCP Regional Summit 2019

Our interview with Alan Chang of Inspur on the company's bevy of announcements at the OCP Regional Summit 2019 in Amsterdam
OCP OAM UBB Breakaway

Inspur OAM UBB Sets New Accelerator Platform Standard

The Inspur Universal Baseboard (UBB) for the Open Accelerator Infrastructure / Modules is available to accelerate time to deployment for the industry

Inspur Systems NF5280M5 Review 2U Intel Xeon Scalable Server

Our Inspur Systems NF5280M5 shows how this versatile 2U platform is able to handle diverse workloads from hyper-converged nodes to AI inferencing servers

STH Interview with Bill Carter of OCP and John Hu of...

We interview Bill Carter CTO of OCP and John Hu CTO of Inspur about OCP China Day 2019 and how the global market for OCP is developing
Liu Jun Inspur AI And HPC

Inspur Focus on Deep Learning and AI Q3 2019

Liu Jun AVP and GM of Inspur's AI and HPC business joining our Deep Learning and AI Q3 2019 series with unique perspectives in this high-growth market

IDC 1Q19 Quarterly Server Tracker Dell EMC Top and Inspur Grows

IDC 1Q19 Quarterly Server Tracker is out. Revenues were up for the industry on lower unit shipments although individual results varied greatly