Today, Qualcomm announced that they are entering the AI accelerator market with the Qualcomm Cloud AI 100 family of chips. Designed from the ground up for the artificial intelligence market, this chip should be released as early as 2020. At the same time, Qualcomm emphasizes that the new chip will be compatible with existing software for artificial intelligence applications.

When Internet companies faced huge growing data and infrastructure needs, they came up with their own solutions to the problem – technologies like BigTable, DynamoDB, and Cassandra. The growing interest in working with big data has led to a number of NoSQL database management systems (DBMS) with a focus on performance and reliability in order to improve search and read performance.

A recent survey of data Erasure experts by Blancco shows that most organizations can't properly dispose of discarded disks, risking fines for disclosing information about customers and employees, or spending hundreds of thousands of dollars storing failed hardware that they could return under warranty.