Episode | March 18th, 2021 | Season 2021 | 25 mins 12 secs
amd, dell technologies, epyc, hewlett packard enterprises, hpe, launch, processor, server
AMD continues its impressive run at conquering the server market as it introduces its latest generation EPYC processor, "Milan". Hosts Matt Kimball and Steve McDowell talk about what it all means. The guys also find time to talk about the latest infrastructure market numbers. On the latest DataCentric podcast.
Episode | January 29th, 2021 | Season 2021 | 24 mins 17 secs
advanced micro devices, amd, data center, earnings, intel, server
Both Intel and AMD released earnings last week, with Intel's Data Center Group sliding a little bit, while AMD's server fortunes rise. What's it mean for the enterprise server market overall? And how is 2021 starting to shape up? Hosts Matt Kimball and Steve McDowell talk about it on this episode of DataCentric.
Episode | October 19th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 46 mins 15 secs
ai, arm, futures, hyperscale, hyve, ml, odm, server
The hyper-scale market is often a leading indicator of broader enterprise data center trends. This is true of software to manage scalability, autonomous management, security, disaggregated storage, and AI/ML. Jay Shenoy, vice president of technology for Hyve, a key ODM serving the hyper-scaler market, joins Matt & Steve to talk about what he's seeing. It's another great conversation on the rapid evolution of the enterprise data center.
Episode | October 1st, 2020 | Season 2020 | 43 mins 5 secs
cio, cyber-security, enterprise, hpe, it, secure supply chain, server
Securing the supply chain for enterprise infrastructure is a key element to any comprehensive cyber-security strategy.
As cyber-security month kicks off, Hewlett Packard Enterprise announces a new "country of origin" server program that takes things to the next level.
Episode | August 17th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 40 mins 59 secs
cio, cloud, dell emc, dell technologies, edge, enterprise, it, server, software-defined infrastructure
The server market is rapidly changing. It's less about the speeds and feeds of your hardware, and much more about the capabilities required to support critical workloads. From software-defined to edge, Dell Technologies director of server marketing join Matt Kimball & Steve McDowell in a wide-ranging discussion on the shifting landscape of servers.
Episode | May 27th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 30 mins 54 secs
amd, earnings, enteprise it, hpe, lenovo, nvidia, server
It's a strange time for infrastructure companies as we start seeing the first full-quarter earnings in this COVID-19 world. Hewlett Packard Enterprise & Lenovo are first up, and we're learning from them how to think about this market. At the same time, AMD's EPYC server CPU continues to gain traction, with new wins in HCI and Deep Learning. Join Matt & Steve as they digest it all.
Post-Earnings Enterprise Infrastructure Market, New ARM-based Ampere Server CPUs, & AMD Financial Day
Episode | March 9th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 48 mins 29 secs
amd, ampere, arm, cio, dell technologies, earnings, enterprise infrastructure, hci, hpe, it, server, storage, vmware
Now that we've seen earnings from all of the tier-one infrastructure players, hosts Steve McDowell & Matt Kimball talk about what the flat-to-down quarter means to the overall enterprise infrastructure market. Plus they talk a little HCI, delve into Ampere's new ARM-based monster 80-core server part, and detail some of the happenings out of AMD's recent Financial Analyst Day.
Episode | November 19th, 2019 | 38 mins 58 secs
arm, edge, enterprise, interview, sc19, server
Arm's Mohamed Awad, as VP in ARM's Infrastructure group, is front-and-center in their architecture's invasion into enterprise compute. Nearly every tier-1 OEM has an Arm server offering, every major public cloud vendor offers Arm instances, a Super Computer reference design was announced at SC19 this week, and Arm is finding itself ideally situated to play aggressively in the emerging edge-compute space. It's not about mobile processing anymore. Mohamed joins us to talk about what it all means, and where it's all going.
Episode | October 14th, 2019 | Season 2019 | 43 mins 40 secs
amd, arm, edge, hpc, intel, microprocessor, server, techcon
ARM TechCon 2019 wraps up in San Jose with Patrick Kennedy from Serve the Home joining hosts Matt Kimball and Steve McDowell to talk about what they learned, while providing insight and guidance for how to think about ARM in today's world. This is one for the chip-heads!
Episode | August 21st, 2019 | Season 2019 | 32 mins 25 secs
amd, earnings, epyc, lenovo, processor, server
Moor Insights & Strategy analysts Matt Kimball & Steve McDowell are back from their various summer adventures and are easing back into the podcast saddle by asking the question: Is AMD's new Rome server part really "all that"? Should IT buyers care? And if you do, should you buy a server from Lenovo, who's continuing a stellar run of solid execution? All that, and more, on the newest DataCentric.