8-10x performance upticks in next-gen infrastructure enable AI workloads

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CIOs and IT leaders call it the most disruptive technology yet, and now it’s moving rapidly into the mainstream. Artificial intelligence (AI), an increasingly crucial piece of the technology landscape, has arrived. More than 91 percent of businesses surveyed have ongoing — and increasing — investments in artificial intelligence. Deploying AI workloads at speed and scale, however, requires software and hardware working in tandem across data centers and edge locations. Foundational IT infrastructure, such as GPU- and CPU-based processors, must provide big capacity and performance leaps to effici…

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