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Paul Teich
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Principal Analyst at TIRIAS Research
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My opinions on the potential impact of Microsoft's Azure Stack for private cloud hardware and software, plus a little Oracle thrown in.


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My first EE Times article - detail on Microsoft's Azure Stack Technical Preview 2 (TP2) announcements at Microsoft Ignite last week.


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First view of TIRIAS Research's new virtual reality (VR) / augmented reality (AR) matrix, as an intro to a deep dive into 360° photos and video. #augmentedreality   #virtualreality  

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Dell has been active in both cloud and HPC markets for years, their renewed emphasis on HPC is a good blend of both #ISC16 #SC2016 #HPC #DellHPC

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Interesting new chip and useful proof of concept crowd-funded project based on said chip. My high frequency hearing loss makes it difficult to pull voices out of a noisy room. Maybe I need this implanted...

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AMD forms a JV to support Chinese designed x86 server SoCs. Now China has architecture licenses to all three major 64-bit CPU architectures - ARM, Power, & x86. http://onforb.es/22RiVL0

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My first contributed article to The Next Platform. It's about state-of-the-art hardware acceleration for machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) in cloud and high performance computing (HPC) applications. It's a story about technology and, well, more technology... if you are driven to know how it works, please let me know what you think!

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"History may not repeat itself, but it does rhyme." Virtual Reality (VR) is at the same early stage of evolution as motion pictures (movies) were when people reacted viscerally to trains coming toward them in silent films. Read more about my SXSW Interactive VR/AR track experience... 

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What is "virtual reality"? Isn't natural reality good enough? Does this mean that real reality is no longer redundant? And where do augmented reality and mixed reality fit in? First in a series on these new technologies.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/tiriasresearch/2016/03/28/beginners-guide-to-ar-and-vr/
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