South Korea is hosting the 23rd Winter Olympics with big hopes and bigger technology to provide immersive viewer experiences, taking the viewer experience to new heights.
Welcome to the era of 3D, 360-deg football with progress in broadcasting, high fidelity video playback, virtual/augmented reality and live data analytics for NHL fans.
Music has come a long way since Thomas Edison and the electric motor-driven phonograph. Many advancements are made possible by innovation from the networking industry.
Consumers moving to streaming video services. Management, distribution of digital content and post-production — all driven primarily by next-gen IP-based network solutions.
The late 1990’s was a tipping point HDTV and the standardization on DVDs set into motion exponential growth in video file sizes — a cycle that continues to this day.
As the entertainment and media industry continues to grow, everyone is scrambling to deal with ultra-high definition (UHD) video at 4K and 8K resolutions.
Our Interconnected Planet and has taken us from the frigid ice shelfs of Antarctica and colder far reaches of outer space, to warmer waters of the Great Barrier Reef.
Wind generators accounted for 8% of the operating electric generating capacity in the U.S. in 2016. Advances¬ and¬ falling¬ costs¬ are¬ driving¬ renewable¬ energy¬.
The Clean Energy Project helped id materials to design low cost, high efficiency solar cells. Imagine, solar cells as cheap to manufacture as a plastic bag!
Hospitals have become a major target for cyberattacks. In fact, 93 healthcare organizations were victims of cyberattacks last year – a striking 63 percent increase from the previous year.
Stanford’s Dr. Esmaily is applying engineering expertise to improving blood flow in a new surgical procedure counter to current surgery which can cause poor blood flow.
In the U.S. a rare disease impacts fewer than 200K people. They are also called orphan diseases because drug companies are usually not interested in creating treatments.
Climate change is poised to become the biggest global health threat. As health risks from climate change increase, climate change will have major impact on health care.
AI is transforming healthcare and personalized medicine. IBM’s cognitive supercomputer diagnosed a rare form of leukemia and recommended a personalized treatment plan.
The field of human genomics research is increasingly active. The aim is to create a new genomic medicine service, advanced diagnostics and informed health policies.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, when we explore medical research and health advancements that improve the human condition, all with the help of Mellanox.
Machines are pushing boundaries of human performance with the ability to surpass every human success. Computers can now harness image recognition, speech analysis, etc.
The Great Barrier Reef, is getting more fragile by the day. The work being done at the NCI is a virtual wake up call for the impact global warming is having on the reef.
Space weather impacts many aspects of our near-Earth space environment, posing a potential risk to Earth-orbiting satellites, transpolar flights, human space exploration.
The mission of the Fire Research Division: develop, verify, and utilize measurements and predictive methods to quantify behavior of fire, reducing the impact of fire.
Augmenting HPC resources at UoA with Mellanox solutions helps downscale models and various climate scenarios to reduce the uncertainty in future projections for Alaska.
Research in the academic community means Mellanox’s InfiniBand can go big. There are an unlimited number of problems that can be tackled with High Performance Computing.
Seismic tomography and help advance the understanding and reduce seismic hazards, saving lives, with Mellanox’s InfiniBand leading the way in the UoA Data Center.
A full solar eclipse in the U.S will help the scientific community gain a better understanding of the relationship between the sun’s magnetic field and its corona.
Scientific research requires massive amounts of data so data needs to move on the network and not in and out of the CPU needlessly. Mellanox LINKX cables connect scientific data centers worldwide.
Research on turbulence can help make fusion as an energy source possible. It is also applicable to Earth’s geophysical systems including oceans and the atmosphere.
Recent advancements in Artificial Intelligence, especially Deep Learning (a subfield in AI), are set to make a deeper impact in the field of astronomy and astrophysics.
Mellanox’s Interconnected Planet will take you on journeys as we explore research and discoveries being made in the Planetary Sciences, medicine, entertainment and more.
“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” How far we’ve come since July 20, 1969! Honor the day Armstrong and Aldrin first set foot on the moon.
The Greenland Ice Sheet covers 80 percent of Greenland where the University of Alaska Fairbanks is researching ice flow. Follow along and enjoy the breathtaking scenery.