MyRepublic expands SMB offerings to the theme of IgniteTuesday, 13 Sep 2022
MyRepublic has enhanced its previous SMB offerings to incorporate its ModernWorkplace solutions into the three ICT pillars of Ignite.
Singapore workers get free skills boost to retrain for careers in Cloud computingThursday, 2 Jun 2022
Each cohort of the Cloud computing course will be about 25 students, even better, Singaporeans and permanent residents get to study for free!
NUS teams with IBM to promote and develop quantum computing skills in SingaporeThursday, 9 Apr 2020
The goal of the project is to eventually translate quantum research into commercial products.
Alibaba developed an AI chip to improve its cloud computing servicesWednesday, 25 Sep 2019
The Hanguang 800 specialises in machine learning tasks.
Microsoft and Oracle have joined forces for their cloud servicesThursday, 6 Jun 2019
Microsoft and Oracle have decided to link their cloud services together in a joint agreement that was inked yesterday.
Google rebrands its Cloud Services Platform to Anthos and partners with Intel to power the new platformFriday, 12 Apr 2019
Google has adopted the new Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs and Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory for Anthos, the company's rebranded cloud computing platform.
More AMD EPYC-based server instances will be offered by Amazon on AWSMonday, 1 Apr 2019
Amazon has announced the launch of new AMD EPYC-based server instances on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Vectordash wants to give new use to your spare GPUsWednesday, 20 Mar 2019
The company is taking the bit-mining approach and applying it to gaming.
NVIDIA's HGX-2 will transform trillion-dollar industries through a new cloud-server architectureTuesday, 5 Jun 2018
NVIDIA’s HGX-2 serves up the industry’s most powerful cloud-server platform backbone, allowing server manufacturers to build more powerful systems for the world’s largest industries.
IBM will soon feature NVIDIA Tesla P100-based servers for its IBM Cloud servicesThursday, 6 Apr 2017
IBM announces that it will feature NVIDIA Tesla P100-based servers for its IBM Cloud services. This will take place by middle of April this year. Read on to find out the details of this enhancement to the company’s cloud computing services.