MeriTalk compiles a weekly roundup of contracts and other industry activity. Here’s what happened this week in the Federal Information Technology community.
Microsoft Selects Intel Stratix 10 FPGAs for Accelerated Deep Learning Platform
Microsoft has selected Intel Stratix 10 FPGAs as a key hardware accelerator in its new accelerated deep learning platform. This FPGA-based accelerated deep learning platform is capable of delivering real-time AI, which will allow cloud infrastructure to process and transmit data as fast as it comes in, with ultralow latency. In the cloud, delivering real-time AI is becoming more important as systems are required to process live data streams, including video, sensors or search queries, and rapidly deliver the data back to users.
Data Resolution Announces Launch of Microsoft SharePoint and Dynamics on AWS GovCloud
Microsoft hosting partner Data Resoultion announced that it would be offering Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Dynamics software on the AWS GovCloud (U.S.) Region.
“We are proud to be available on AWS Marketplace for the AWS GovCloud (U.S.) Region and are excited to bring our depth of expertise and highly secured and compliant solutions to the United States government,” said Jim Pathman, CEO, Data Resolution. “AWS GovCloud (U.S.) is designed to meet the unique regulatory requirements of the United States government by running AWS services in an environment that complies with U.S. government regulations for processing sensitive workloads and storing sensitive data. We are excited to offer the same access to security, flexibility, and cost-efficiencies to the U.S. Federal government, state and local governments, and the contractors who support their mission.”