Data Recovery

HPE launches a new SimpliVity infrastructure appliance

Mar
23

Two months after acquiring SimpliVity for $650 million, Hewlett Packard Enterprise is beginning to reshape the company's converged infrastructure offering in its own image. 

SimpliVity's hyperconverged infrastructure appliance, the OmniCube, replaces storage switches, cloud gateways, high-availability shared storage, and appliances for backup and deduplication, WAN optimization, and storage caching. The company also offers OmniStack, the software powering the OmniCube, packaged for other vendors' hardware.

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AMD's non-critical Radeon memory business could be on the verge of shutting down

Mar
22

AMD's non-critical Radeon memory business could be on the verge of shutting down, though the company hasn't exited the business yet.

AMD's Radeon memory business has slowed down, with fewer products available in the U.S. and no new product releases since the introduction of the Polaris GPUs last year.

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You need to know about something about RyzenAMD's disruptive multicore chips

Mar
20

After ten years of fielding ho-hum FX-series processors, AMD’s finally released its highly disruptive Ryzen chips, throwing down the gauntlet and challenging Intel’s supremacy in high-end computing.

AMD’s new Ryzen chips include several CPUs of various levels of potency. In addition, Ryzen introduces a completely new motherboard platform, and the processors require different memory and coolers than their predecessors. There’s a lot to sift through—so let’s sift!

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The $8,898 Intel's new Xeon chip has 24 cores

Feb
14

No Intel chip has ever been as expensive as the new Xeon E7-8894 v4 server processor.

The $8,898 Xeon chip has massive horsepower with 24 cores, 60MB of cache and a maximum clock frequency of 3.4GHz. Intel said this is the company's fastest server chip, breaking enterprise application speed records.

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AMD loyalists will grab the early Ryzen chips, and the following word-of-mouth will determine whether Intel fans switch camps

Feb
07

As a pesky underdog, AMD challenged Intel in chip innovation until the mid-2000s. AMD churned out innovations like dual-core and 64-bit chips, which kept Intel on its toes.

But some disastrous technological and management decisions cost AMD dearly, and over time, buyers began to consider its processors inferior to Intel’s chips. Intel ran away with PC and server chip market share.

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How six generations of Nvidia GeForce graphics cards compare

Jan
24

With the venerable GeForce GTX 980 having celebrated its second birthday already, in the world of GPUs that puts it squarely over the hill. To further confirm that notion, its successor, the GeForce GTX 1080 offers 60% more performance for a small premium.

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6 Generations of GeForce Graphics Cards

Dec
29

To further confirm that notion, its successor, the GeForce GTX 1080 offers 60% more performance for a small premium.With the venerable GeForce GTX 980 having celebrated its second birthday already, in the world of GPUs that puts it squarely over the hill.

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IBM Teams With Acxiom To Deliver Consumer big data Analytics

Dec
18

Just last week, IBM announced a suite of tools and an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to enable big data analytics. The release of IBM's Data Science Experience offers big data analysts and data scientists a wide range of new features, including machine learning analytics and the ability to blend new data sources with existing architectures.

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IBM Promises Silicon Integrated Nanophotonics technology can combine traditional electrical circuits and optical components

Dec
08

IBM says that it can now build a "silicon nanophotonics" chip in a sub-100 nm manufacturing process.

The company promises its 90 nm Silicon Integrated Nanophotonics technology can combine traditional electrical circuits and optical components, including a photodetector and a modulator.

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CloudSigma is abandoning its hard-disk drives for the performance boost of SSD

Nov
21

CloudSigma, an IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) provider, is abandoning its hard-disk drives for the performance boost of SSD.

 

CloudSigma is confident that the all solid-state solution, offered by SolidFire, will be able to provide the required performance and uptime they demand, without raising prices on customers, despite the higher price point of solid-state storage costs.The Zurich-based provider serves Helix Nebula, a cloud used by scientists who demand performance.

 

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