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Baidu Inc. on Tuesday unveiled China's first AI chip for edge and cloud computing, Kunlun in Beijing during the company’s second annual Create AI developer conference. Developed to match high-performance requirements for varied AI scenarios, the announcement has listed Baidu among the ranks of AI processor makers like Google, Nvidia, and Intel. Kunlun AI chip is built to handle a wide range of cloud and edge scenarios including public clouds, data centers, and autonomous vehicles. And the chip is coming in two categories: inference ch...
At present, almost every industrial sector is involved somehow with cloud business. The trend of industries embracing the cloud technologies is growing day by day. From heavy data of bigger firms to small factsheet of smaller firms, everything relies on the cloud platform. The industrial culture has evolved dramatically in last few years. Companies of various sizes, potential, and regions have started adopting certain technologies on a bigger scale. Say, IBM has collaborated with UMB on the cognitive computing platform for cybersecu...
Cloud Computing is embraced by major industries nowadays; especially by the automotive industry. This technology will change the entire industry as well as the driving experience. The forecast for market of cloud computing is most likely to grow from $13.5 billion to $32.8 billion, in between the years 2011 – 2016, with a CAGR of 19.5% ; as predicted by cloud-based business application services and SaaS’ Centaur Partners’ analysis. According to the market forecast predicted by Cisco, by the year 2018, SaaS workloads will be 59 %...
One of the largest enterprise software markers in the world, Germany-headquartered SAP is preparing for an ambitious plan by rolling out a global B2B trading marketplace for business products and services. William R. McDermott, chief executive said, SAP could offset a slump in sales of its bread-and-butter on-premise ERP services. It could also gain some substantial economic data about business behavior, which it could then sell. “Participants conducting digital commerce, and the insights that can come from there,” he said “All thr...