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Blaize debuts new AI Edge computing offerings
The Blaize Pathfinder and Xplorer platforms, coupled with the Blaize AI Software Suite, enable developers to utilise practical and commercially viable edge AI products across edge use cases and industries.
Edge to take out cloud as driver of AI chipset market
ABI Research says the edge AI chipset market will reach US$12.2 billion in revenue, outpacing the cloud AI chipset market in 2025.
Visibility key to resilient supply chain amid COVID-19
Ideally, any party should at any time be able to answer the question: ‘Where is my stuff, and when will it arrive?’
Ping Identity makes changes to partner program to better serve businesses of today
“Expanding and deepening our collective efforts with our global strategic alliance and channel partners allows us to continue to innovate and bring comprehensive IAM solutions to the enterprise.”
A/NZ businesses still investing in AI, despite COVID-19
When it comes to Australia and New Zealand, new research has found that more than one half of enterprises implementing AI solutions say the deployments are enabling changes to their business models.
Video surveillance market to reach $44 billion, fuelled by smart cameras and AI - IDC
"Video surveillance camera growth is being driven by the adoption of smart camera systems and the adoption of the video analytics applications that enable them."
Micro Focus enhances UFT Family solutions with AI capabilities
The enhancements include intelligent testing capabilities that further enable businesses to reduce overall complexity of automating the functional testing processes.
AIOps and the evolution of IT infrastructure monitoring
As companies adapt to ongoing digital transformation, they will soon realise that they need more than just a dedicated IT team to view and manage the company’s IT infrastructure. That’s where AIOps comes in.
Cybersecurity spending slumps - but swift recovery expected
New research from GlobalData found that the industry will recover after this initial slump to be worth almost US$238 billion by 2030.
Keysight buys AI testing specialist Eggplant for $300m
The move sees Keysight strengthen its presence in the automation space, with the aim to further establish itself in the automated software test market across both the physical and protocol layers and into the application layers.
Smarter, faster AI and X analytics: Gartner unveils top 10 AI trends for 2020
“To innovate their way beyond COVID-19, data and analytics leaders require an ever-increasing speed and scale of analysis in terms of both processing and access to succeed."
Supermicro's SuperServer ready to tackle 'biggest AI, analytics challenges'
“This new SuperServer provides a powerful and trusted foundation for your most secure and mission critical workloads in enterprise, cloud-scale, or hybrid environments.”
Intel announces portfolio update for AI-focused solutions
Includes new processor, memory, storage and FPGA solutions designed to tackle deep learning and analytics.
Humans VS machines: Focus must be on people - report
The majority of Australian executives believe organisations need to dramatically reengineer the experiences that bring technology and people together in a more human-centric manner.
SAS and Microsoft form strategic partnership
SAS’ AI and analytics more tightly integrate with Microsoft Azure; Microsoft to bring cloud-based SAS industry solutions to its customers.
Ranked: The top 10 emerging technologies in 2020
CompTIA has unveiled its annual list of emerging technologies ranked by the ability to generate new business and revenues.
Aruba unveils cloud-native platform for intelligent edge
Aruba says its new solution helps organisations maintain business continuity through its ability to continually analyse network, user and device insights.
APAC will be the 'epicentre' of global AI development - report
All across the region, governments have unveiled policies to bolster AI development, while organisations harness it to streamline processes and enhance productivity.
Reach for the low-hanging fruit: How achieving a rapid ROI is becoming a leading AI trend
Focusing on returns, rather than adopting AI for its own sake, will drive the emergence of rapid AI ROI throughout the rest of 2020.
AI could be used to detect pandemic patterns - NZ Health IT
Artificial intelligence could soon held detect pandemic virus patterns very early, including those like COVID-19, according to NZ Health IT.
AI chatbot helps users navigate COVID-19 stimulus packages
RAMI (robotic automated machine interface) lets users check their stimulus eligibility, as well as help them understand what assistance is available and can connect an advisor to the user if needed.
Acronis teams up with A.S. Roma to advance AI in sport
Acronis has officially announced its artificial intelligence (AI) partnership with Associazione Sportiva Roma, an Italian professional football club also known as A.S Roma.
Australian millennials open-minded about AI-based recruitment
AI will play a growing role in stamping out issues such as recruitment bias, but they don’t want to see the human element removed entirely.
Pega strives to rid AI-based CX systems of discrimination
The check is designed to flag possible discriminatory messages created by AI before those messages reach the customer.