The pandemic has taken over the world, and as such it has managed to re-shape the way a lot of people view and interact with events in the digital space as of 2021 and above. As such, it is highly likely that companies will start accelerating their digital transformation efforts that mean that there is this need to get more servers up for certain streaming platforms.
Just by this upgrade, the company has managed to increase performance by up to 46% compared to the previous generation of processors they were using. This is a substantial difference in processing power and clearly showcases how far Intel and processor technology have come along throughout the previous years.
The M6 server family offers 16 products that are designed for artificial intelligence, big data, and cloud computing.
Yet another web hosting giant is experiencing a fire, as WebNX’s backup generator managed to catch fire after a city-wide power outage in Los Angeles. This occurred throughout their Ogden data center in Utah, where the websites of some of their customers went offline.
Mining cryptocurrencies has been a huge craze recently, especially after enormous corporations such as Tesla and even PayPal started accepting the cryptocurrency and have even made huge investments in it.
As such, people have raised their interest in mining cryptocurrencies; however, this comes at a cost, as you need heavy-duty hardware infrastructure to make it worthwhile.
Microsoft Servers got submerged into liquid baths, and this could mark the future of data center cooling forever.
Now, if you’re uninitiated, pouring liquid all over your computer components might not be the best idea, considering the fact that, well, electricity runs through them.