Articles by tag: non-athlete

Kwik Trip’s Recent NIL Sponsorship Shows How NIL Is For More Than Just Student Athletes

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Kwik Trip’s recent NIL sponsorship is opening new territory for college students. College athletics have long been a major factor for universities to attract attention, alumni donations, and brand loyalty. However, that’s shifting now since the advent of Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) regulations in 2021, granting college athletes the long-overdue right to…

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A Decade of Supply Chain Disruptions Made U.S. Domestic Logistics Ready for a Baltimore-Style Closure
May 20, 2024

In the wake of the recent Baltimore Bridge collapse, the logistics and supply chain sectors are once again under intense scrutiny. This disaster poses significant questions about the robustness of current supply chain systems and the ability for the whole chain to respond to supply chain disruptions, especially given the past decade’s persistent challenges,…

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Powering the Future: Applied Digital’s High-Power Density Innovations Transform Data Centers
May 20, 2024

In an interview with AiNews.com, Wes Cummins, CEO of Applied Digital, discusses Applied Digital’s advancements in high-power density for data centers. By equipping facilities with up to 120 kilowatts per rack, they significantly enhance the capacity and efficiency of server operations, aligning closely with top-tier tech like NVIDIA.  

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Revitalizing Local Economies: Applied Digital’s Collaborative Community Projects
May 20, 2024

Nick Phillips, EVP of Hosting Operations and Public Affairs at Applied Digital, discusses its proactive engagement with collaborative community projects to address mutual needs. By focusing efforts like housing development in rural areas, Applied Digital aims to attract workers and rejuvenate the local economy.

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Stranded Power and SMRs are Dual Solutions to AI Power Demands
May 20, 2024

As the AI computing industry evolves, addressing the massive power demands required for advanced applications becomes increasingly critical. The rapid growth of AI technologies, particularly those requiring extensive computational resources like training and inference, has led to unprecedented power consumption levels. This surge in demand poses significant challenges, especially in regions where power supply…

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