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Oct 09, 2018



Intel, AMD both claim server speed records



Intel announced 95 new performance world records for its Intel Xeon Scalable processors, while AMD and Xilinx set an AI inference processing record of 30,000 images per second.
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Cisco, SAP team up to ease cloud, container integration, management



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