Tech Data Authority had the pleasure of sitting down with two market leaders at AMD: Dennis McQueen, Product Marketing Manager, and Greg Gibby, Sr. Product Manager. Both shared their rich histories in technology, why they joined AMD, and what’s ahead for ground-breaking company in the computer processor space. Read on for more!
Many of us have seen the Will Smith movie “I, Robot” from 2004, getting a science fiction glimpse of what could happen if robots armed with artificial intelligence were in households in your neighborhood doing chores and making decisions between right and wrong. In the make-believe world of science fiction, we were given the opportunity to see AI as having limitless possibilities.
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Tech Data recently sat down with Cheryl Neal, Vice President of Data and Networking Solutions, to glean her insights on the world of converged infrastructure (CI). Cheryl discussed her career trajectory, the opportunity in CI and the importance of collaborative relationships.
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Utilizing a supply chain acceleration program can help you keep pace with your customers’ demands for faster and effortless data center procurement. According to the Cisco Global Cloud Index, data center storage installed capacity will grow to 2.6 zettabytes (ZB) by 2021, up from 663 exabytes (EB) in 2016, a nearly four-fold increase.
Given the current rate of technological change, it seems like every other week, there’s a new “hot” technology being introduced that will revolutionize the industry. While some of these gain traction, others depart as fast as they came, barely noticed and quickly forgotten.Currently, one of the hottest and most promising technologies driving digital transformation (DX) is hyper-converged infrastructures (HCI).
In the not-so-distant past, the concept of hyper-converged infrastructures (HCI) did not exist. Fast forward to 2018 and hyper-convergence is now the market’s fastest growing element among all data center technologies. HCI has arrived and it is here to stay.
With next-generation software and hardware advancements, HCI technology is exceeding consumer expectations. We are in an age of hyper-educated buyers where the line-of-business conversations are evolving from discussions of technology needs to the needs of the business.