What Makes the Latest Intel Xeon Platform an AI Workhorse?

As a delegate at the Intel Data Center Update with Tech Field Day last month, Frederic Van Haren got an up close and personal look at Intel’s new Xeon Scalable processors. Writing for Gestalt IT, Frederic Van Haren takes a look at the Xeon processor from an AI perspective. He thinks that the combination of consistent hardware innovations andd the investment of time and money into software optimization helps make Xeon a “true AI workhorse.” Check out Frederic’s post on GestaltIT.com to learn more about Intel’s latest announcement!


Data://express 0003 – Intel Data Center Update, FPGAs Und Eine Cloud, Die Sich Selbst Verrät

This episode of the German Data://Disrupted podcast features their editor and newest Tech Field Day delegate, Wolfgang Stief, who describes his recent experience as a delegate at Intel’s Data Center Update with Tech Field Day. Joined by host Kerstin Stief, the duo dives into the newest generation of Xeon scalable processors from Intel, and tackles a few other topics from around the enterprise IT industry. Be sure to check out Wolfgang and the rest of our panel of delegates at our exclusive coverage of the Intel Ice Lake launch, only at TechFieldDay.com.


Intel Updates the Xeon Scalable Platform With Tech Field Day

Intel’s “How Wonderful Gets Done 2021” event featured keynotes from new CEO Pat Gelsinger, as well as Navin Shenoy of the Data Platforms Group and Lisa Spelman of the Xeon and Memory Group. During this event, they announced their 3rd generation Xeon Scalable processor line, code name “Ice Lake.” Tech Field Day also participated, with sessions and roundtable discussions following the announcement. For links to the keynotes, as well as the Tech Field Day presentations, head over to TechFieldDay.com!


Presenters React to the Cloud Field Day Experience

Cloud Field Day happened earlier this month and the presenters are happy with the experience of everything involved! To see what makes Tech Field Day events special to companies, what they learned, and their thoughts on the overall experience of Cloud Field Day, check out this video and post on GestaltIT.com!


So Long, and Thanks for All the Memory – Micron Ceases 3D XPoint Development, Sells Lehi Fab

Earlier this year, Max Mortillaro joined us as a delegate at Storage Field Day and got to see Intel at the event. In this post for TECHunplugged, Max digs into Micron’s announcement of ending the development of 3D XPoint products. TECHunplugged has been following Intel and Micron’s 3D XPoint involvement since 2018. For Max’s analysis on this announcement and its impact, visit TECHunplugged!


Looking Forward to Cloud Field Day 10

We’re excited for the upcoming Cloud Field Day and so is Ken Nalbone, who is joining us as a delegate for the event. In this blog, Ken looks forward to the event and provides his thoughts on the different presenting companies. Be sure to tune in from March 10-12, 2021, to catch the presentations and use #CFD10 on Twitter to join in on the discussion!


Intel Optane – Challenges and Triumphs

At Storage Field Day earlier this year, Intel focused on their intel Optane memory solution and some of the successes and challenges they’ve had in implementing it. This isn’t the first time that delegate Dan Frith has seen Intel present on Optane, and he was refreshed with how direct they were about both the ups and downs of the product. Writing on his blog, Dan says that he enjoyed the presentation tremendously and the customer examples were powerful examples at what intel can do. If you haven’t yet, be sure to watch Intel’s presentations from Storage Field Day to get an idea of where Intel’s Optane has been and where it is going.


Latency? What Latency: Intel Optane Lightning-Fast Storage and Memory

Last August at Storage Field Day, Intel presented its latest Optane developments. Optane is persistent and a super low latency media. Intel introduced two new device types: Intel Optane Persistent Memory and Intel Optane SSDs. To learn more about Intel Optane Technology, watch Intel’s presentations from Storage Field Day on the Tech Field Day website!


Storageless Data, Cloud Native Und Kubernetes: Storage Field Day 21

Following Storage Field Day in January, Wolfgang Stief recaps the presentations from different companies. In this blog post, Wolfgang noticed some recurring themes, including cloud-native and storageless data. Wolfgang separates his thoughts by each day of the event and includes some tweets that he also shared each day. Visit the Tech Field Day website to see the presentations from this Storage Field Day event. For more of Wolfgang’s thoughts, visit data-disrupted.de!


Voices in Innovation – a Roundtable Discussion on Persistent Memory

Enrico Signoretti, Jason Collier, and Matt Leib join the Voices in Innovation podcast on Gigaom to talk about Tech Field Day Extra at Intel Memory and Storage 2020. On the podcast, they dig into Intel’s presentations and discuss Intel Persistent Memory. Head over to the Gigaom website to check out the podcast, and head to our website to look at Intel’s presentations from the event!


Intel Bridges the Gap Between Memory and Storage

Over the past several years, flash storage has been rapidly taking over the storage world. After seeing Intel present at Storage Field Day last year, the team at GestaltIT.com writes that they “presented a unified vision of the future of flash storage and how they set world record performance with the DAOS software ecosystem combined with the Optane line of storage devices.” Be sure to check out all of Intel’s presentations from Storage Field Day and other events on the Tech Field Day website!


Storage Field Day 21 – Intel

Intel presented at Storage Field Day in January, where Barry Coombs joined us as a delegate. Barry created a doodle covering Intel’s presentation, including notes on Intel Optane Technology and how Intel plans to continue investing, developing, and scaling the Intel Optane business. To see what else Barry included in his doodle covering Intel’s presentation, visit Tech Doodles!


Intel Memory Summit 2020 – Intel Optane and Storage Archictectures

We had a blast working with Intel on Tech Field Day Extra at Intel Memory and Storage 2020! One of the delegates from the event, Max Mortillaro, posted a YouTube video with his thoughts after seeing the keynotes and interactive sessions. Max talks through his thoughts on the event and the Intel Optane and Storage Architectures. We even get a guest appearance from his cat! Be sure to check out Max’s video analysis of the event on the TECHunplugged YouTube channel!