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HP Enterprise and SGI Make it Official; Startup Graphcore Takes Aim at NVIDIA

Episode 148: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss the finalization of HP Enterprises' acquisition of SGI and take a look at Graphcore's new microprocessor aimed at the machine learning space.

HPC Market Picks Up in Latest Forecast; NVDIMMs Brighten Up

Episode147: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss Intersect360's latest HPC market forecast, and the trend toward NVDIMMs.

In-Depth on OpenCAPI: IBM and Micron Join on This Week in HPC

Episode 146: Special guests Brad McCredie, IBM, VP/IBM Fellow, leading IBM Power Development and Bob Quinn, Micron, VP of Strategy and Business Development, Compute and Networking Business Unit, join Addison Snell to talk about the potential of IBM’s new OpenCAPI consortium.

Dell EMC World Hits Austin; IBM Unveils OpenCAPI

Episode 145: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman review the happenings at Dell EMC World and the surprises surrounding IBM's OpenCAPI consortium announcement.

Intel ARMs Its FPGAs; Cray Ponders Deep Learning Supercomputer

Episode 144: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman share their thoughts on Intel's latest chip line and Cray's move into deep learning.

Adapteva Reaches Thousand Core Epiphany; More GPUs in the Cloud

Episode143: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss Adaptiva's breakthrough technology and cloud computing's more robust offerings.

Microsoft Rolls Out FPGAs Across Cloud; NVIDIA Builds Momentum in Europe

Episode 142: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman dissect the week's top HPC stories.

IBM Edge Conference in Las Vegas and HPC Advisory Council in Spain

Episode 141: Addison Snell reviews the big stories from some of the week's HPC conferences.

Japan Slips Exascale Schedule and New Products From DDN and Aquila

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman analyze this week's top stories in HPC.

IBM Introduces New Power Servers; Mergers and Acquisitions Update

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman ponder the various mergers and acquisitions shaking up the HPC industry.