April 24, 2017 - April 28, 2017


Take a look at what we're reading this week in some of technology's biggest trends.


Artificial Intelligence

Musk Tweets Neuralink Will Prevent Artificial Intelligence From Becoming “Other”, by Steve Hanley, Clean Technica, April 24, 2017

The Race to Build an AI Chip for Everything Just Got Real, Cade Metz, Wired, April 24, 2017

Deep Learning and Machine Learning

Fujitsu Unveils Circuit Design that Optimizes Deep Learning Applications, by Michael Feldman, Top 500, April 24, 2017

IBM uses deep learning to better detect a leading cause of blindness, by Stephanie Condon, ZDnet, April 20, 2017

Facebook open sources Caffe2, its flexible deep learning framework of choice, by John Mannes, Tech Crunch, April 18, 2017

Data Centers

The Hybrid Data Center: Bridging Legacy & Cloud, by Steve Wexler, CIO, April 24, 2017

Reduce data center complexity with policy-based management, by Alastair Cooke, Tech Target, April 24, 2017

Google's data center raises the stakes in this state's 'water wars', by Maria Gallucci, Mashable, April 23, 2017


Dutch manufacturer turns to SDN to save 30% on network costs, by Alex Scroxton, ComputerWeekly, April 26, 2017

Pluribus Evolves SDN Strategy by Killing the Controller, by David Ramel, Virtualization & Cloud Review, April 25, 2017

Pluribus replaces controller SDN architecture with adaptive cloud fabric, by Jennifer English, TechTarget, April 25, 2017

Three Key Issues with Integrating SDN/NFV and How Service Providers Can Solve Them, by Dinesh Dhanasekharan, Pipeline, April 24, 2017

How businesses and SDN/NFV can evolve together, by Nick Ismail, Information Age, April 21, 2017

Criterion Updates On-Demand SDN/NFV Platform, by David Ramel, Virtualization & Cloud Review, April 20, 2017

No middle ground, no compromise: VMware blocks Cisco's SDN play, by Trevor Pott, The Register, April 20, 2017

The Self-Driving Network: SDN On Steroids, by Staff, CIO, April 20, 2017

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