Edge Computing World 2020

Edge Computing World 2020
by Daniel Nenni on 10-12-2020 at 8:00 am

THE WORLD’S LEADING EDGE COMPUTING EVENT- LIVE ONLINE !

The Only Event That Brings Together the Entire Edge Ecosystem with Developers and Users to Drive Forward the Next Evolution of the Internet 

Edge Computing World is back! In 2020 we will bring you the same high quality content and networking that won widespread plaudits last… Read More


FPGA-Based Networking for Datacenters: A Deeper Dive

FPGA-Based Networking for Datacenters: A Deeper Dive
by Bernard Murphy on 08-10-2017 at 7:00 am

I’ve written before about the growing utility of FPGA-based solutions in datacenters, particularly around configurable networking applications. There I just touched on the general idea; Achronix have developed a white-paper to expand on the need in more detail and to explain how a range of possible solutions based on their … Read More


21 months lining up OPNFV-on-ARM for telecom

21 months lining up OPNFV-on-ARM for telecom
by Don Dingee on 07-01-2016 at 4:00 pm

Telecom infrastructure is one area where X86 architecture hasn’t dominated historically. Infrastructure gear is spread across MIPS, Power, and SPARC architectures, with some X86, and a relative newcomer: ARM, already claiming 15% share. That’s a stunning figure considering only a bit less than 5 years ago… Read More


ARM Server Update (NFV)

ARM Server Update (NFV)
by Patrick Moorhead on 05-14-2016 at 7:00 am

There has been a lot of buzz in the industry over the last several years about ARM Holdings’ and its partners’ plans to go after the datacenter market with a particular focus on servers. Companies like Advanced Micro Devices, Applied Micro Circuits Corp. (AppliedMicro), Cavium, and Qualcomm, are now in various stages of product… Read More


NFV opens gate for ARM server stampede

NFV opens gate for ARM server stampede
by Don Dingee on 05-20-2015 at 5:00 pm

A couple of years ago, our own Paul McLellan gave us a report on the 2013 Linley Microprocessor Conference with a provocative headline: “Server Shift to ARM Becomes a Stampede”, a title right off one of the Linley slides. 64-bit ARMv8 architecture was relatively new to the game, and ARM share in networking platforms was just a sliver… Read More