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Mingis on Tech: The lowdown on Cisco Live

Network World | Jun 28, 2017 Network World’s Brandon Butler checks in from Las Vegas, where this week’s Cisco Live is underneath way. The large story: Cisco’s efforts to pierce from hardware to software, confidence and “intent-based networking.” Read More »

22% off APC Back-UPS 600VA 7-outlet Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) with USB Charging Port

The new APC Back-UPS BE600M1 provides present battery energy to your vicious wiring when a energy goes out, gripping we connected and accessible both privately and professionally. Designed privately to raise a facilities that matter many to you, including some-more runtime, some-more battery backup outlets, and a USB pier for charging convenience, a BE600M1 is also smaller and lighter than ... Read More »

Nvidia’s Volta-based DGX-1 supercomputer puts 400 servers in a box

You won’t need to buy a shelve of 400 servers if we have one high-powered Nvidia DGX-1 supercomputer with a Volta GPU sitting on your desktop. The DGX-1 supercomputer — that looks like a unchanging shelve server — gets many of a computing energy from 8 Tesla V100 GPUs. The GPU, a initial one formed on a mint Volta architecture, ... Read More »

WD aims to tame flourishing information needs with latest craving SAS SSD

With information centers saying fast information growth, Western Digital Corp. (WD) has announced a tip behaving 2.5-in. tiny form-factor SAS SSD. The expostulate is directed during assisting companies understanding with increasing needs for virtualized storage systems, online transaction processing, database analytics and private and hybrid clouds. WD’s Ultrastar SS300, developed in partnership with Intel, uses a 12Gbps SAS interface and sports consecutive ... Read More »

HPE shows off The Machine antecedent but memristors

In 2004, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise’s Kirk Bresniker set out to make radical changes to mechanism pattern with The Machine and drew out a initial judgment pattern on a whiteboard. At a time Bresniker, now arch designer during HP Labs, wanted to build a complement that could expostulate computing into a future. The idea was to build a mechanism that used cutting-edge technologies ... Read More »

A third of practical servers are zombies

New investigate finds that 25% of all earthy servers — and 30% of all practical servers — are comatose. These are systems that have no activity in a final 6 months. The problem with comatose, or zombie, earthy servers is good known. Past studies have customarily put a series of undead craving earthy servers in a 20% to 30% range. ... Read More »

HPE offers an shun from a aging HP-UX OS — with containers

Hewlett Packard Enterprises’ HP-UX OS has been around for some-more than 30 years, and users might be looking to pierce on from a Unix-based OS. Now HPE is charity a approach out of a ancient OS regulating containers, that are tiny buckets using instances of applications. The containers will be offering with a Linux OS. HPE will yield containers to ... Read More »

Bridgestone modernizes information center, hauls out 13 tons of copper wire

In Oct 1968, Lyndon Johnson was president, a Beatles expelled Hey Jude, and mechanism scientist Douglas Engelbart presented a “Mother of All Demos.” It was also a year tire-making hulk Bridgestone Corp. non-stop a information core in Akron, Ohio. If walls could talk, this information core could tell a story of IT. That core non-stop on Oct. 9, 1968, with ... Read More »

Let me only uncover we how zero can go wrong…

At a large information core where this commander fish works, they’re always pulling new cables underneath a building — and a space is so pressed that if someone pulls adult a tile to entrance a block or a cable, removing a tile behind in place can meant jumping adult and down on it to get it to re-seat. “It was ... Read More »

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