Articles by tag: SpaceX

Satellites & The Cloud

Data has moved from the building filling mainframes of the 60’s technology to satellite gathering machine learning and AI processing at the speed of light. Megabytes have turned into Petabytes, leaving businesses to absorb the paradigm shift of data collection. In this episode of Not Your Father’s Data Center, host Raymond Hawkins and Doug Mohney,…

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Getting Technical: What Will the Commercial Space Market Look Like in 2022?

The pandemic may have halted many industries from growing, but that is not the case for the commercial space market. Jason Riggs, Director of Strategy at Technetics, discussed the market’s future for 2022 with Host Tyler Kern. Recently, propulsion and launch vehicles have made an entrance into the market, and private funding and public…

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Richard Branson Reflects on Being in Space, What it Means for Virgin Galactic’s Future

Virgin Galactic completed a successful test flight to space last weekend, signaling a massive jump in the space tourism market. On board was none other than Virgin Founder Sir Richard Branson himself. Tune in below to see his thoughts on being a passenger on the vessel and what it means for the future of the…

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Expert Compares SpaceX and Bezos’ Blue Origin Space Race to the Tortoise and the Hare

Brad Stone, the author of “Amazon Unbound“, compares Elon Musk’s SpaceX to Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin — referring to them as the tortoise and the hare. But what else separates the two intergalactic competitors? Who will eventually win the space race? Watch below for more. Host: It’s hard to believe that Blue Origin is actually…

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Getting Technetical: The SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launch

On May 30th, the next chapter of U.S. space exploration began with the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch to the International Space Station. Jason Riggs, Director, Aerospace Business Unit for The Technetics Group, spoke with host Tyler Kern about this momentous event. “This is definitely a new chapter in human space flight,” Biggs said….

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The Final Frontier: The Commercialization of Space

On this week’s episode of Diving Into Data, we dive into all things related to the economy of flying. In our main topic we cover the booming market of private/commercialized space travel and servicing, especially as it relates to an important launch coming up this weekend, but we wrap up with another Industry Rapidfire…

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Navigating Today’s Space Economy

Ron Lopez, president and managing director Astroscale US, joined host Daniel Litwin on this episode of the MarketScale Sciences Podcast to discuss the growing problem of space debris and what to do about it. The space economy is an expanding trillion-dollar industry, and this mission is to keep that economy healthy. There are many…

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Applied Digital is Scaling Up Infrastructure to Handle Growing GPU Deployment Needs
May 20, 2024

During a transformative period, Applied Digital experienced a significant increase in demand for large-scale GPU deployment. This demand required a focus on power density, as the networking within data centers, particularly for InfiniBand, necessitated that servers be located close together. Each server consumed 10.2 kilowatts of power, and the optimal performance was achieved when…

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Applied Digital is Revolutionizing High Performance Computing by Locating Facilities at Unique Power Sources
May 20, 2024

Applied Digital optimizes high-performance computing by leveraging unique power sources, and locating facilities at the source of power rather than in traditional cloud regions. This approach is particularly suited for AI workloads, which do not require ultra-low latency like video streaming. By targeting areas with abundant but underutilized power, known as “stranded power,” the…

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Experts Talk K-12 EdTech Leadership Priorities
K-12 EdTech Leadership Needs a Bigger Seat at the Table to Overcome Cybersecurity, Staffing, Professional Development Challenges
May 20, 2024

As we navigate the evolving landscape of K-12 education, the role of technology, as well as K-12 edtech leadership has never been more pivotal. Especially in the era of K-12 education post-pandemic, how has this influx of technology solutions for everything from curriculum management, to hybrid learning, to quiz gamification, to AI-supported learning, impacted…

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Energy Reporting for Utilities & Businesses Isn’t Just for Transparency. It’s for Energy & Cost Savings, Too.
May 20, 2024

As cities and states increasingly implement energy benchmarking, disclosure, and transparency mandates, utilities and businesses find themselves navigating a complex landscape of compliance and opportunity. The rise of building performance standards, such as New York’s Local Law 97, Boston’s Building Energy Reporting and Disclosure Ordinance (BERDO), and Denver’s Energize Denver, underscores the urgency for detailed…

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5 Space Bound Companies That Can Get Your Business to the Moon
September 11, 2019

In 1969 Neil Armstrong took his famous first steps on the moon. In the half century since, only a select few have followed in his path. However, the private sector is intent on changing that soon. Here are five companies that are working towards making commercial space travel possible in the near future. 1. SpaceX…

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Fifty Years Later, The Space Race is Back On
July 19, 2019

In the time since Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin first landed on the moon on July 20, 1969, only 10 other men have walked on the lunar surface. Fifty years after this marvel of human achievement, there is a new desire to go back, not simply for exploration’s sake, but for commercial reasons. Never before…

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