Think of devices that monitor production equipment in a factory, or a video camera that sends real-time recording from a remote office. As long as there is only one device, it is quite easy to transmit them over the network, but with the growth of their number, there are already problems with delays.
Amdahl's law sets a practical limit to the benefit of parallelization, so that further acceleration is possible simply by redefining the General problem in such a way as to make previously serialized operations parallelizable.
Have you always wondered how Data center operators choose and configure their equipment? Why, for example, do they install server "A" instead of "B", what do they rely on - the speed of the VM or the potential number of them in the rack, and how do they design computing power?
To successfully return to the server market, AMD decided to unify production as much as possible, linking together the principles of the Zen microarchitecture, the ideology of the chip and the final Assembly of processors
Why is AMD pinning its hopes on the second generation of processors, announced on August 7, 2019, and are these hopes destined to come true? We will take a short digression into the history, and see why it happened with Opteron-s, and how the server market has changed during the absence of AMD on it.
According to the ESG report, 53% of respondents believe that the lack of personnel in the field of cybersecurity is a problem for their organization. And this applies to General practitioners in the support and protection of the traditional network environments.