Companies like Apple seemingly do everything in their power their laptops from being opened up. HP’s new Omen X laptop embraces it.
It’s a beast of a device. The base model comes with a GTX 1070, 16GB of RAM, a i7-7700HQ processor, a 256 GB SSD, a 1TB hard drive, and a 1080p 120Hz display for $1,999. Configurations top out at $3699 for a GTX 1080, 32 GB of RAM, an overclockable i7-7820HK processor, 2TB SSD storage, a 1TB hard drive, and a 4K display. Both the screen options are equipped with Nvidia G-sync.
Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) is unveiling solutions and partnerships designed to extract more value from data at the edge. The new offerings are part of the company’s edge strategy to deliver fully integrated technologies that allow workloads to run and be managed across multiple clouds and applications.
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins
HPE today announced innovations that transform HPE Storage into a cloud-native, software-defined data services business. As part of today’s news, HPE unveiled a data services platform that delivers on its Unified DataOps vision for a new data experience that brings a cloud operations model to wherever data lives and unifies data operations.
With 55 percent of all enterprise on-premises applications deployed on private clouds and expectations this number will increase to 60 percent in two years (Source: IDC's Cloud Pulse Q120, March 2020, n=2000), organizations are transitioning to new innovations in systems and management platforms to meet dynamic performance, security, and scale requirements for hybrid cloud infrastructure.
One of the key components to our culture at HPE is social responsibility. It’s a heavy word, and rightfully so. After all, it was Dave Packard who famously said, “The betterment of society is not a job to be left to a few. It's a responsibility to be shared by all.” It was this belief that laid the groundwork for HPE Foundation and its programs.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are opening up new ways for enterprises to solve complex problems. But they will also have a profound effect on the underlying infrastructure and processes of IT. According to Gartner, "only 4% of CIOs worldwide report that they have AI projects in production." That number will grow dramatically over the next few years.
Wednesday-12 September, Gartner released its latest cloud forecast predicting that the market will grow 17.3 percent in 2019. The fastest-growing segment -- cloud system infrastructure services, or infrastructure as a service (IaaS) -- is forecasted to grow 27.6 percent in 2019.
21 July, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Twitter joined to announce the Data Transfer Project, a joint open-source project initiated together whose work is aimed at helping users securely and seamlessly move their data between service providers.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise already helps big companies with cloud computing, data centers and the Internet of Things. Now, for the first time, it will also help businesses use blockchain.
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