Nvidia launched the Volta chips in May as part of its Tesla V100 data center graphics processing unit that will power systems from AI to driverless cars.
Alibaba launches $15 billion R&D drive for building overseas research hubs to compete with global e-commerce giants
Since last year Alibaba has invested roughly $2 billion to acquire a majority stake in retailer Lazada.com, creating e-commerce hubs across Southeast Asia.
Russia to block access to Facebook if the company does not move its data storage servers to the country
Russia will block access to Facebook next year unless the social network stores personal data of users on Russian servers.
Digital Realty and DuPont Fabros, which rent out space that companies use for data centres, have also benefited from the surge in demand for data and video.
Verizon Communications Inc, the No. 1 U.S. wireless carrier, is selling 29 data centers in the United States and Latin America to Equinix Inc for $3.6 billion, as the telecom giant focuses on its core business.
On June 28, Internet services major Amazon launched its first set of data centres in India, saying that it is spending ‘tens of millions of dollars’ to setup data centres in the country.
California-based Cisco is expected to announce the cuts within the next few weeks
In a conversation with Tech2, Prabhakar Jayakumar, Country Manager, DigitalOcean said that the Bangalore datacenter will feature DigitalOcean’s latest servers and network architecture aimed at offering a consistent and seamless experience for users everywhere regardless of which region they select.
India is the fourth largest consumer of energy in the world. Improving standards of living are driving energy consumption higher, but also creating the risk of environmental damage.
Microsoft on Monday revealed that as the world turns to computing power in the cloud it is working to put datacenters under water.
Flash sales are poised to double due to aggressive price cuts as large enterprise storage companies stake out claims on this bright spot in the market.
Verizon Communications Inc has started a process to sell its data center assets, hoping to fetch more than $2.5 billion, people familiar with the matter said