Intel’s 3D XPoint™ Technology Products – What’s Available and What’s Coming Soon

3D XPoint™ Memory Media is used in these Intel® Optane™ Technology products: Intel® Optane™ SSD DC P4800X Series (data center) and Intel® Optane™ memory (PC). And what about persistent memory DIMMs?
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  • 解析京东大数据下高效图像特征提取方案




    • 在GPU集群中,以GPU卡为单位的资源分配策略非常复杂,资源分配容易出问题,如剩余显存不够而导致OOM和应用崩溃。
    • 在单机情况下,相对集群方式,需要开发者手动做数据分片、负载和容错。
    • GPU模式的应用以Caffe*为例有很多依赖,包括CUDA*等等,增加了部署和维护的难度,如碰到不同操作系统版本和GCC版本有问题时,都需要重新编译打包。


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  • Smashing the IoT Deployment Hurdle: Introducing the Intel® Secure Device Onboard Service

    On Oct. 3, Intel announced a zero-touch device-onboarding service, Intel® Secure Device Onboard (Intel® SDO). It will scale IoT deployments to put more devices into service faster. Intel SDO enables owners to simply power on devices, then the service dynamically sets up the initial connectivity, authenticates the device, and registers it with the IoT platform’s methods—all automatically—in seconds. The service delivers privacy protection and a secure device baseline, ready for update.

    Intel® Secure Device Onboard: Onboarding Billions of Devices Just Got Simpler

    Today, at IoT Solution World Congress in Barcelona, Intel launched the Intel® Secure Device Onboard (Intel® SDO) service. Intel® SDO vastly accelerates trusted onboarding of IoT devices—from minutes to seconds—with a zero-touch, automated process. That process begins when the device is first powered on, and it ends when the customer’s Internet of Things (IoT) platform takes control. In this post, I will focus on the revolutionary security technology that Intel delivers to make the entire onboarding process for devices hardware-protected, private, and scalable.

    Data Bench: A New Proof-of-Concept Workload for Microservice Transactions

    Data Bench is a new proof-of-concept workload that can be used to measure the response-time latency of microservice transactions. This is a new type of workload that places the focus and analysis of computing environments on the handling, processing, and movement of data. Currently in  Phase 1 proof-of-concept, this open-source implementation delivers all the required components for an out-of-the-box workload, in a format that is easy to download and easy to use.

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