Welcome back to the Tech Fugitives podcast. In today’s first segment Kyle and Mark revisit “HyperConverged” with Google and Nutanix on centerstage. Will Google position themselves as a differentiator with bridging technologies? In our second Segment …. AMD puffs their chest out, but if a chipset fell out of the cloud and into your forest would it make a sound?…. Would anyone care?
Oh the irony of it all. Citizens of the world are concerned about privacy, just ask every digital assistant and IOT device installed in our homes. When you ask Alexa if she’s listening and she replies, “Da”…. you’ll know you’re in trouble.
The Fugitives explore Googles potential for differentiating in the market by partnering with HyperConverged platforms like Nutanix and Scale Computing. It might be a great move, as long as they don’t try to run their AI experiment thru it….. BORING! https://teachablemachine.withgoogle.com/
Remember when we cared about big releases of chipsets for our server farms? Yeah, we forgot about that too…. Now about that PS5, is it 2019 yet?
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