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July 21, 2016

NVIDIA Titan X – Pascal Titan X 12GB Card Released

The NVIDIA Titan X 12GB Pascal cards are released. Updated with a new chip and faster memory, NVIDIA did not update the product name this time around
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July 20, 2016

Dell PowerEdge FX2 Management Gets a Boost with OpenManage Essentials 2.2

The Dell PowerEdge FX2 platform is growing rapidly and Dell is updating OpenManage Essentials to provide new automation and management capabilities to the systems
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July 19, 2016

Seagate “Guardian” Series of 10TB Hard Drives Launched

The new Seagate Guardian series: IronWolf (NAS), SkyHawk (surveillance) and BarraCuda Pro (desktop) 10TB hard drives give us new capacities and insights into drive usage and endurance
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July 19, 2016

pfSense adopts Apache 2.0 License

The popular pfSense project adopts the Apache 2.0 License which is one of the most popular open source software licenses available today
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July 18, 2016

Softbank buys ARM Holdings

Softbank is purchasing ARM Holdings in a blockbuster deal likely fueled on GBP weakness post-Brexit
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July 15, 2016

Great deal in forums: Qty Intel DC S3710 400GB SSDs $200 or less

STH forum members have spotted a great deal on Intel DC S3710 400GB SSDs that are selling for 40% or less of new pricing and under $0.50/GB
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July 14, 2016

Supermicro A1SRi-2358F Review – Atom C2358 with QuickAssist

The Supermicro A1SRi-2358F is the low power networking platform we have been waiting for. Serving as the centerprese of the motherboard is an Intel Atom C2358 SoC. The Rangely CPU is a dual core model with a paltry 7W TDP. With Rangely, one gets a few key features. First, there is a quad 1GbE MAC. Second, one gets a low power embedded part. Third one gets QuickAssist. Intel QuickAssist technology (QAT) is meant to accelerate certain workloads. One application we are still waiting for is OpenSSL 1.1 which will support QAT making lower power SoCs more capable. OpenSSL 1.1 was scheduled to be released mid-May 2016 but as of this writing two months later it is still not final. Still we [...]

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