What is In-Memory Computing?

posted on February 22, 2022


Learn more about in-memory computing → http://ibm.biz/in-memory-computing The hardware behind analog AI → http://ibm.biz/analog-AI-hardware Check out the AI hardware toolkit → https://github.com/IBM/aihwkit Have you ever thought about how the apps and services you use every day rely on Artificial Intelligence – and how much energy that higher level computing requires? In this video, Nicole Saulnier […]

What is an RBM (Restricted Boltzmann Machine)?

posted on February 17, 2022


Learn more about AI → http://ibm.biz/what-is-ai Check out IBM Watson → http://ibm.biz/Check-Out-Watson How do those “you may also like” lists get generated? Well, a great way to do that is by using a restricted Boltzmann machine (RBM). But what actually is an RBM? In this video, Martin Keen will answer that question and explain more […]

Event Endpoint Management Explained

posted on December 30, 2021


Read more about Event Endpoint Management → https://ibm.biz/BdfT5F Learn more about Kafka → https://ibm.biz/BdfT5X Get started with IBM Event Streams → https://ibm.biz/BdfT5H â–º Check out IBM Cloud Pak for Integration → http://ibm.biz/automate-integrations Event Endpoint Management plays key role in scaling messaging systems like Kafka. In this video, Jamil Spain shares four tips on best practices […]

Edge AI vs. Distributed AI

posted on December 15, 2021


Learn more about Distributed AI APIs → http://ibm.biz/learn-distributed-AI Get started with Distributed AI APIs → http://ibm.biz/start-distributed-AI Explore FREE AI Guide → http://ibm.biz/AI-guide Check out what IBM Research is doing with AI → http://ibm.biz/next-in-AI Distributed AI is a new paradigm which allows you to scale your data and a wide variety of applications across distributed cloud […]

What is an MZR? (Multi-Zone Region)

posted on November 14, 2021


Learn more about MZRs → http://ibm.biz/mzr-overview Check out IBM Cloud MZRs → http://ibm.biz/ibm-cloud-mzr Check out IBM Cloud load balancers → http://ibm.biz/ibm-load-balancers Wondering about Multi-Zone Regions – or for that matter, Availability Zones, or zones in general? In this lightboard video, Bradley Knapp explains what defines an MZR and how it can help your load balancer […]

What is CAP Theorem?

posted on November 7, 2021


Learn more about Cap Theorem → https://ibm.biz/BdfuLx Explore Cloud Database options→ https://ibm.biz/BdfuLs Consistency, availability, and partition tolerance, pick two. In this lightboard video, Jamil Spain with IBM, explains CAP Theorem and why you can’t have your cake and eat it too when it comes to your choice in a database. Understanding this concept is key […]

AI and Climate Change

posted on November 2, 2021


Learn more about AI → https://www.ibm.biz/Bdfu29 Watch “What is NLP (Natural Language Processing)?” lightboard video → https://youtu.be/fLvJ8VdHLA0 Explore what’s next in AI → https://www.ibm.biz/Bdfu2k Check out IBM Watson → https://www.ibm.biz/Bdfu25 In this lightboard video, Stacey Gifford a Chemist with IBM Research, explains how we can use artificial intelligence (AI) to develop new materials to help […]

What is DBaaS? Should you use it?

posted on September 26, 2021


Learn more about DBaaS → https://ibm.biz/BdfgvG Check out Cloud Databases on IBM Cloud → https://ibm.biz/Bdfgvg DbaaS, or Database as a service is but what are the advantages or disadvantages of DBaaS? Is it right for your next project? In this video Bradley Knapp provides an overview of the concerns that might drive you to use […]

IBM Releases New Generation of Servers Based on IBM Power10 Processor

posted on September 8, 2021


The new IBM Power E1080 server, the first in a new series of servers based on the new IBM Power10 CPU, is built particularly for hybrid cloud settings, says IBM. The IBM Power10-equipped E1080 server is designed to enable clients manage a “frictionless and secure” hybrid cloud experience