How Intel Developer Cloud for the Edge different from the likes of AWS/IBM Cloud
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Source: Intel newsletter dated 10 July 2023
Edge computing places devices, gateways, and compute as close as possible to the source of data—and to the systems and people who need to make data-driven decisions. Think vision-guided robots, intelligent driver assistance in commercial vehicles, or even patient monitoring in critical care.
Explore some real-world examples of how Intel customers have harnessed the power of edge computing to unlock potent business benefits.
Expertise in C for making the most of developer/startup programs by Intel, Nvidia, and IBM
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Source: IBM Newsletter dated 30 May 2023
Hello, Data and AI enthusiasts!
At Think 2023, IBM announced watsonx, which is an upcoming enterprise-ready AI and data platform designed to multiply the impact of AI across your business. The platform has three components: the watsonx.ai studio for new foundation models, generative AI, and machine learning; the watsonx.data fit-for-purpose store for the flexibility of a data lake and the performance of a data warehouse; and the watsonx.governance toolkit to enable AI workflows that are built with responsibility, transparency and explainability. This month’s newsletter highlights each of these components. You can join the waitlist to stay up to date on watsonx.
Watsonx.data makes it possible for enterprises to scale analytics and AI, with a fit-for-purpose data store optimized for governed data and AI workloads.
Watsonx.governance employs software automation to strengthen your ability to mitigate risk, manage regulatory requirements, and address ethical concerns without switching your data science platform.
Unlike on AWS Lightsail where you can have Plesk installed without a paid Plesk license, IBM Cloud does not have this facility as of now.
In other words, the web admin software by Plesk (Plesk Hosting Stack on Ubuntu) that is provided for free in AWS Lightsail is not available with IBM Cloud.