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Lenovo and Intel team up on interstellar research supercomputer

Lenovo and Intel have announced they have collaborated on a supercomputer for one of the world’s leading blackhole research teams.

The Flatiron Institute, located in New York City, is using high-performance computing (HPC) clusters provided by the two companies to support AI-powered research in astrophysics, quantum physics and computational mathematics. To give you a flavour of the institute’s pedigree, it recently helped prove Einstein’s theory of general relativity by discovering that black holes ‘ring’ like a bell.


A brief history of intelligence, and what it means for the future of AI
In order to develop better AI technologies, we first need to understand what "intelligence" is, say Dagmar Monett and Colin W.P Lewis of the AGI Sentinel Initiative Understanding intelligence is one of the major scientific challenges of our time; however, the science of intelligence is very much in its infancy. By working closely with scientists... Read More

Public cloud market: AWS still (comfortably) reigns supreme

Amazon Web Services remains comfortably ahead of its rivals in the public cloud services market, according to the latest Q3 research from Synergy Research Group The research group said AWS enjoys 40 percent of the cloud market and dominates all four of the world’s major regions. Azure is ranked second in three of the four regions,… Read More


Security and budget concerns delaying data centre automation

A new report from Tech Pro research indicates around 60% of organisations have yet to automate any data centre functions Not only have the majority of organisations yet to automate any data centre functions, a quarter also say they have no plans do so “in the near future”. Respondents – surveyed online in September – say… Read More


Step-by-step Guide: How to implement and achieve a secure print infrastructure

Whether you work in healthcare, finance, insurance, government etc. your data, documents and print infrastructure needs to be secure. Think it won’t happen to you? Quocirca Research shows that 70% of organizations have experienced one or more accidental data breach through printing. Most IT departments reluctantly consider printing as part of their responsibility. Printing has… Read More



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