AWS Custom Silicon Chips Range a Sign of What’s Coming to APAC Cloud Computing

Rampant demand for AI computing is driving cloud providers like Microsoft, Google and AWS to build custom silicon chips. Soon, APAC customers will have more choice based on use case and cost.

By |2024-06-07T20:50:34+00:00June 7, 2024|ai computing, Amazon, amazon web services, amd, Artificial Intelligence, Australia, AWS, Cloud, cloud computing, CXO, Data Centers, data centres, Google, graviton, inferentia, intel, International, Microsoft, nvidia, silicon chips, trainium, Uncategorized|Comments Off on AWS Custom Silicon Chips Range a Sign of What’s Coming to APAC Cloud Computing

Top 5 Cloud Trends U.K. Businesses Should Watch in 2024

TechRepublic identified the top five emerging cloud technology trends that businesses in the U.K. should be aware of this year.

Delaying AI’s Rollout in the U.K. by Five Years Could Cost the Economy £150+ Billion, Microsoft Report Finds

The report also notes reasons why the U.K. is not taking full advantage of AI, as well as how artificial intelligence could impact businesses and jobs.

By |2024-05-22T14:12:26+00:00May 22, 2024|ai, Cloud, CXO, cyber security, Data Centers, data centres, digital transformation, International, Microsoft, UK, uk economy, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on Delaying AI’s Rollout in the U.K. by Five Years Could Cost the Economy £150+ Billion, Microsoft Report Finds

AI Causing Foundational Data Centre Power and Cooling Conundrum in Australia

Australian data centres are about to consume a lot more power and become much harder to cool thanks to a boom in energy-intensive, much hotter artificial intelligence computing technologies.

By |2023-11-17T18:33:08+00:00November 17, 2023|ai, Australia, Data Centers, data centre cooling, data centre design, data centres, International, power consumption, Uncategorized|Comments Off on AI Causing Foundational Data Centre Power and Cooling Conundrum in Australia
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