Atlanta Computer Systems

Atlanta Computer Systems
Atlanta Computer Systems is listed in the Computer & Computer Equipment Dealers Used category in Atlanta, Georgia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Atlanta Computer Systems which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Atlanta Computer Systems on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 66.

Contact information for Atlanta Computer Systems is:
5615 Colton Dr
Atlanta, GA 30342
(404) 256-4661
Do you own or manage this business? Click here to claim the Atlanta Computer Systems listing and add social networks, logos, descriptions and more.

Atlanta Computer Systems Contact Information:

Social Posts for Atlanta Computer Systems

Apple Finalized their commitment to PAI and is getting serious about the AI Market.
The Partnership on AI has announced that Apple, well known for its culture of secrecy, has joined the organization as a founding member. The other founding members are Amazon, Facebook, Google/Deep Mind, IBM and Microsoft. The group also announced the final composition of its inaugural board of trus...

Intel Getting into the AI game, Cross your fingers for no skynet in 2017. Read more about their acquisition of Nervana and the predictions for the future here.
Intel last week announced the acquisition of startup Nervana, in a bid to enhance the company's capabilities in artificial intelligence and deep learning. Nervana jumped out of the gate at its 2014 launch with a robust platform for deep learning, a framework called "Nervana Neon," and the Nervana En...

ACS Is looking to purchase Networking Hardware & servers. if you have something you think we might want just give us a call at 404-256-4661. Please have some information about the items you think we might be interested in, Thanks & have a good weekend!

HPE & Apple Have changed their image quite a bit in the past decade but what does that mean for the future? Check out the article here:
HPE and Apple are very different companies this decade, having shifted their models from a strategic customer/innovation focus to one that's more tactical -- and tied far more closely to quarterly profit. They are hardly alone, and this unfortunate trend is not tied to any one industry or any one co...

HPE May be in more trouble than it first appeared check out the article Here:
I joined a bunch of analysts in discussing Hewlett Packard Enterprise's next move at a secret conclave last week. The company had just announced the sale of its IT services, which basically undid much of Mark Hurd's work as CEO. It already had sold off PCs and printers, more than undoing Carly Fiori...