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TechTarget interviews Bernard Fraenkel on why data managers should study up on GPU deep learning standard

As GPU deep learning becomes more common, data managers will have to navigate several new layers of complexity in their quest to build or buy suitable data infrastructure. AI-related deep learning and machine learning techniques have become a common area of discussion in big data circles. The trend is something for data managers to keep an eye on for a ...

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Inc. Magazine puts SVSG as #1 of the top 5 growing consulting firms evolving to modernize companies standard

Last year, the global consulting market was worth more than $250 billion, with one company alone making $37 billion. Some companies shy away from pulling on consultancies, reasoning that they should be able to solve their problems internally or that consultants will have conflicts of interest that won’t play out in their favor. But the continued rate of use of these consultancies indicates ...

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For Machine Learning, It’s All About GPUs image

Isn’t it curious that two of the top conferences on artificial intelligence are organized by NVIDIA and Intel? What do chip companies have to teach us about algorithms? The answer is that nowadays, for machine learning (ML), and particularly deep learning (DL), it’s all about GPUs. In his most recent Forbes Technology Counsel post, SVSG CTO and Practice Lead Bernard Fraenkel ...

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How Machine Learning Will Disrupt The Established Cloud Providers image

Advances in Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL) technologies and techniques put greater demand on data centers and ML-optimized compute resources and bring a new wave of disruption to cloud providers. This will impact Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and other cloud providers as demand for the SMACK stack (spark, mesos, akka, cassandra, kafka) replaces the LAMP stack for ...

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Interview with SVSG Financial Services Practice Manager Carter Smyth image

The following post is an interview with SVSG CTO and Financial Services Practice Manager Carter Smyth. Carter is an executive with over 25 years experience building technology teams to solve enterprise challenges in the financial services industry. He has extensive experience leading software development teams, business process reengineering, and global expansion projects. Carter joined SVSG in March 2017.

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