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Building a Lab Part 1 Planning with TrueNAS and VMWare ESXi

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In part 1 of our Building a Lab series, we discuss planning aspects using pfSense, TrueNAS, VMWare ESXi and low-cost hardware platforms

HPE Superdome Flex 280 2-8 Socket Server Arriving Soon

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HPE Superdome Flex 280 is a flexible 2-8 socket server solution built upon the 3rd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors codenamed Cooper Lake

IDC 1Q20 Server Tracker Inspur Lenovo and Supermicro Move

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We see some big moves in a contracting server market with the IDC 1Q20 quarterly server tracker. We break down some of what is driving ASP trends

Why Your Favorite Default Passwords Are Changing

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We discuss the California law that is impacting the IT industry and is changing your favorite vendor default passwords to new unique passwords

HPE 620QSFP28 4x 25GbE Single QSFP28 Port Ethernet Adapter Review

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In our HPE 620QSFP28 review we see what this unique 4x 25GbE single QSFP28 port low profile Ethernet adapter offers and some of the challenges

HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 Plus Ultimate Customization Guide

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Our ultimate customization guide for the HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 Plus where we show what can be done with CPUs, memory, storage, NICs, and iLO

HPE Issues HPD7 Fix for SSDs That Will Fail at 40000...

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HPE issues its HPD7 fix for four more SAS SSD models that will fail at 40,000 hours of operation. We have a list of these and the 32,768 hour SSDs

IDC 4Q19 Quarterly Server Tracker Dell Sinks Inspur and Lenovo Surge

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We do some server ASP analysis and see clear trends with Dell losing ground to HPE. Lenovo pumps volume by tanking ASP. Inspur grows across the board

HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 Plus Review This is Super

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In our HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 Plus, we go in-depth into the hardware, software, management, and performance of this super edge server
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HPE-Cray and AMD Win Again with El Capitan 2 Exaflop Supercomputer

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HPE-Cray Shasta and Slingshot make a clean sweep of the first US DoE exascale systems. AMD Zen4 and future GPUs power El Capitan marking another big AMD win while IBM, NVIDIA, and Mellanox leave empty-handed