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9-Step Calm and Easy Proxmox VE Boot Drive Failure Recovery

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We go through our 9-Step process for calm and easy Proxmox VE boot drive failure recovery. This happened to us recently so we made a guide

2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable M SKUs Discontinued

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In a notice to customers, the 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable M SKUs are being discontinued to rationalize the SKU stack. This is a big win for customers

Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory Module Roadmap Shown

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At its Memory and Storage Day 2019 in Seoul, Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory Module "Barlow Pass" generation on 2nd gen Optane media was discussed

Intel Optane DCPMM Coming to Workstations

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Intel Optane DCPMM support is coming to Windows 10 workstations via Core i9 and Intel Xeon CPUs for faster storage and more memory capacity

Intel Optane DC P4801X Review 100GB U.2 NVMe SSD Log Option

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Our Intel Optane DC P4801X 100GB U.2 NVMe SSD review shows why this Intel Optane drive has a narrow niche to play in as a low cost but high cost per GB SSD

Intel Optane DC P4801X Review 100GB M.2 NVMe SSD Log Option

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In our Intel Optane DC P4801X review, we show how this drive performs compared to other options as a ZFS ZIL or SLOG device or other write cache applications

Dell EMC PowerMax Adopts Intel Optane DC D4800X as SCM

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The Dell EMC PowerMax is changing the game bringing Intel Optane DC D4800X dual-port NVMe storage class memory to its high-end high-availability solution

Intel Optane Memory H10 with Solid State Storage Launched

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Intel Optane Memory H10 with solid-state storage launched combining Optane and QLC NAND devices into a single M.2 PCIe form factor.

Intel Optane SSD DC D4800X and Intel SSD D5-P4326 Launched

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Intel launched a pair of SSDs catering to new markets. The Intel Optane DC D4800X is targeted at high-availability while the D5-P4326 is for 1PB per rack U

New Supermicro 4-way and 8-way Servers For Scale Up

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The new Supermicro SYS-2049U-TR4 (2U 4-way) and SYS-8049U-E1CR4T (4U 8-way) are designed to allow new types of in-memory computing alongside Cascade Lake.