Weekly Real-time Analytics Updates for the Week of February 10th

Cisco and NVIDIA will collaborate to provide optimized infrastructure for challenging AI workloads in the latest real-time analytics news:

It can be intimidating to keep abreast of the latest developments in the real-time analytics market. Our aim is to assist by summarizing some of the significant real-time analytics and AI news items our team uncovered this week. Here is our compilation:

Cisco and NVIDIA will unveil AI infrastructure solutions that are simple to deploy and manage, enabling the substantial computing power necessary for successful AI initiatives. Over the years, the two organizations have joined forces in other areas, such as improving worker collaboration through AI-fueled meetings and virtual desktop infrastructure. Now, they are deepening their partnership in the data center to aid businesses in scaling and automating AI cluster management, automating troubleshooting, and more. The Cisco and NVIDIA Integrated Data Center Solutions comprise:

  • Cisco’s most recent Tensor Core GPUs are utilized in Cisco’s M7 generation of UCS rack and blade servers.
  • NVIDIA AI Enterprise, which encompasses software frameworks, pre-trained models, and development tools, is now accessible on Cisco’s global price list.
  • Jointly validated reference architectures through Cisco Validated Designs (CVDs), making it straightforward to deploy and manage AI clusters.
  • Support for Cisco Networking Cloud to simplify AI infrastructure management and operations through both on-premises and cloud-based management with Cisco Nexus Dashboard and Cisco Intersight.
  • Digital Experience Monitoring of AI workloads via ThousandEyes, which provides AI-driven insights and automated remediation of problems that arise anywhere across the cloud to on-premises networks.

BNY Mellon and Microsoft are partnering to transform capital markets and the broader financial services sector. Utilizing Microsoft Azure cloud and BNY Mellon’s comprehensive financial data and analytics capabilities, the platform will deliver a data management solution to BNY Mellon’s buy-side and sell-side clients. As part of the expanded collaboration, the two companies will explore the integration of artificial intelligence technologies to enhance productivity and decision-making.

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