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Microsoft adds NVIDIA Tesla V100 Volta Support in Azure

The cloud wars are heating up for high-dollar GPU compute instances. When the Amazon AWS EC2 P3 instances came out a few weeks ago...
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Microsoft Shows off Project BrainWave Persistent Inferencing from FPGA Cache

At Hot Chips 29 Microsoft showed off its novel approach to doing inferencing using persistent parameters in FPGA cache as part of Project BrainWave

Major Windows Security Issue: Microsoft Malware Protection Engine Exploit

A new Windows Security issue present in virtually every version of Windows the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine Exploit allows system takeover

Here is the Demo of Qualcomm Centriq Running Windows Server 2016

We have the Microsoft Windows Server 2016 on Qualcomm Centriq 2400 48 core ARM server demo from the OCP Summit 2017 show floor

Microsoft at Open Compute Summit 2017: AI and ARM64 with Cavium...

Microsoft at Open Compute Summit 2017 has SONiC open networking, AMD Naples and the big news, Qualcomm Centriq and Cavium ThunderX in Azure

Featured Build Log: 2-Node Windows Server 2016 Storage Spaces Direct Cluster

A Featured Build Log: a fast and inexpensive 2-Node Windows Server 2016 Storage Spaces Direct Cluster for all-flash Hyper-Converged excellence

First Intel Skylake-EP Purley Platform Server Publicly Released – Analysis

We have analysis of Microsoft publicly releasing the first Intel Skylake-EP "Purley" based system to the market with specs and diagrams

3 Images Showing How Apple’s Pecking Bar Lost October 2016

We share three images to showcase how the new Apple Pecking Bar on its MacBook Pro is years behind Microsoft's vision of immersive computing

Microsoft Windows Server 2016 hits general availability

Microsoft Windows Server 2016 hits a major milestone with general availability which is great news for Microsoft shops given its awesome set of new features

VMware and Windows in Decline? Why you need to look at...

Trends are clear, although they have huge followings, VMware and Windows Server are in decline while AWS and Docker are growing rapidly in popularity