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Am I Going SMAD?

Do you recall the 1963 American comedy film — It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World — starring Spencer Tracy accompanied by an all-star cast of comedians, including Buddy Hackett, Ethel Merman, Mickey Rooney, Terry Thomas, and Phil Silvers? Well, that has nothing to do with what we’re going to talk about here. In my … Read More → "Am I Going SMAD?"




Its vs. It’s

In recent columns (see Using USB4? Require ReTiming? Kandou Can-Do! and Just Call Me an Indexing Fool), I’ve made mention of the fact that I’m in the process of writing a book called Wroting Inglish: The Essential Guide to Writing English for Anyone Who Doesn’t Want to be Thought a Dingbat. As I previously noted, … Read More → "Its vs. It’s"

Ooh, Ooh that Smell! Can Intel’s IPUs Clean up the Cloud Data Center Mess?

Data center architecture must change because the applications running in data centers have changed. Several factors are forcing these architectural changes, including some key trends: The migration from monolithic applications running on single CPUs to distributed applications running on multiple virtual machines (VMs) using containers and microservices. The migration from single-owner enterprise data centers to … Read More → "Ooh, Ooh that Smell! Can Intel’s IPUs Clean up the Cloud Data Center Mess?"


The Bad Guys are Winning in Cyberspace. Here’s One Way to Beat Them

The news is grim. The number of cyberhack attacks and database breaches mounts with each passing week. It’s costing companies and people some big money and a lot of pain. Here are some scary stats from a recent Intel White Paper titled “Intel Agilex FPGAs target IPUs, SmartNICs, and 5G Networks”:1 “CSO, an online publication … Read More → "The Bad Guys are Winning in Cyberspace. Here’s One Way to Beat Them"


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