Businesses want to be data-driven because data can provide insight. But bad data does not. So how do we make sure the data is useful? Join an all-star cast for this important discussion. Topics include: How should marketing be measured? What marketing objectives can realistically be measured?
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Edge Computing Drives the 4th Phase of IT
In this video interview, Shahin Khan talks about the strategic shift among core-cloud-edge and why compute at the edge, HPC at the edge, will seize the ascendancy in 2021.
Customer Sentiment Surveys: The Power of Knowing, Not Assuming: If you’ve ever wanted to know what your customers, and potential customers, are thinking, how they regard your products, or how big your potential market is, then you should be running periodic surveys. Surveys are the best way to discover the reality of your market without bias or conjecture.
Enterprise Wearable Tech Looking for Its iPhone Moment During and After COVID
“Essentially, the reality of development is tempering enthusiasm. The future is unmistakable. This stuff is going to happen. There’s no question that will be the case, but I think the various pieces need to come together for it to finally have that iPhone moment.” – Shahin Khan
“Another insightful discussion. Alastair’s book is a must read!”
Watch the video of a meetup discussing the alignment between marketing and finance, a topic that is critically important but doesn’t get enough coverage. Topics include the role of marketing, how a CFO views marketing, metrics, attribution, mix, etc.
From SiliconANGLE theCUBE:
Technology analyst Shahin Khan discusses the intersection of HPC with key industry trends such as 5G, IoT, edge, blockchain AI and quantum computing.
Menlo Park, Calif. – Nov. 13, 2020 — OrionX Research today unveiled the fifth edition of the CryptoSuper500 list. The report highlights the rapidly growing hashrate among the top six coins mined with Proof of Work consensus algorithms. In crypto mining, hashes are the metric that parallels floating point operations (flops) in the supercomputing world. Cryptocurrencies have reached Exascale class supercomputing, with a hash rate of around 115 ExaHashes per second just for Bitcoin.
Data will Push Supercomputing to the Edge
“People want vector instructions and matrix algebra there, because it makes sense to process the data before you have to ship it,” Shahin Khan said. “So, HPC is cropping up really everywhere.”
Collecting and transforming data into actionable competitive intelligence (CI) is a difficult phase of CI, so having a few proven processes can really help. In this part, you will learn analytical methods to scrutinize the raw data along with the ability to synthesize this data into a relevant and compelling narrative.
Join us on Thursday, Sept 10, 2020, at 1:00pm Pacific/4pm Eastern.
See Shahin Khan’s keynote talk at the upcoming RISC-V Global Forum. RISC-V has rapidly emerged as the Linux of the chip industry. The Open Source approach is well known in software, but RISC-V is using it for hardware, lowering barriers and building a large community.
Thu, Sept 3, 2020; 12:00am – 5:30pm pacific
Shahin’s talk is at 4:50pm pacific
This meetup will discuss cellular connectivity with emphasis on enterprise requirements and recent advances by the IoT group at Arm. Topics will include: Cellular connectivity, Back-end integration, Provisioning, Fleet management, Scale, Security, Device identity, HW roots of trust, Trusted supply chain.
Thu, Aug 13, 2020, 1:00-2:30 pm Pacific
Sign up on Meetup.com: https://www.meetup.com/enterprise-iot/events/272160322/
Bitcoin is Anti-Fragile: 20 Reasons
Bitcoin has falsely been declared dead by journalists and old fiat-economy wise men and women some 380 times. But it has survived many errors, shocks, and even splits from the main branch of its evolutionary tree.
– By Stephen Perrenod
Keeping Track of the Supercomputers that Mine Money
Supercomputers, which do the heavy lifting for AI, science, and engineering, are increasingly also safeguarding digital money. While the metric for traditional supercomputers is Petaflops or Exaflops (floating point operations per second), the figure of merit for CryptoSuper is Petahashes per second or Exahashes per second.
-By Stephen Perrenod & Shahin Khan