NVIDIA & NetApp Work To Simplify AI

NVIDIA and NetApp announced that they are working together to simplify and increase the speed of AI deployments. This expands other partnerships NetApp has gone into surrounding AI, including last year’s partnership with Run:AI and NetApp ONTAP AI. This go-round the two companies are combining both NetApp and NVIDIA hardware along with ONTAP AI software. [...]


How-To: Setting up Retro Gaming on a Thin Client

Thin Clients aren’t known for their gaming performance, at least when running a game locally, but compared to the classic consoles such as the Atari, SNES, DOS, N64, etc. Lakka makes hosting a retro-gaming console easy with out-of-the-box support for joypads, LAN multiplayer, and an original PlayStation-Esque GUI. Lakka is a Linux distro built on [...]


Veeam Backup & Replication v11 Released

Today Veeam Software announced the general availability of Veeam Backup & Replication v11. The latest release brings over 200 new features and enhancements that bring what the company is calling the most advanced data protection solution for Cloud, Virtual, Physical and Enterprise workloads. The latest version can handle all the complexities of all the major [...]


Samsung PM9A3 E1.S Goes Into Mass Production

Today Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., announced that it has begun mass production of the Samsung PM9A3 E1.S. The company claims that this is its most advanced line of data center SSDs. It is also said to be the industry’s first data center SSD that is compliant with the latest OCP standards. Today Samsung Electronics Co., [...]


NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 vs Quadro RTX 8000 Creative Professional Review

The new Ampere-based GPUs from NVIDIA are here and if you’re lucky, you might actually get to buy one. As of this writing in February of 2021, stock of new GPUs is still extremely scarce and isn’t expected to return to normal until at least Q3 of this year. But are you really missing out [...]


Red Hat Software Now On IBM Power Systems

Today IBM announced that Red Hat software is now available on IBM Power System. The company is also announcing new IBM Power Systems hardware. These announcements center around bringing Red Hat tools to IBM’s powerful servers to enable customers to better develop cloud-native applications and deploy them into high-performance hybrid cloud environments. The announcements today [...]


News Bits: Seagate, CTERA, Vast DATA, Zadara, Quantum, Veeam, Nasuni, & Cisco

In this week’s News Bits we look at a number of small announcements, small in terms of the content, not the impact they have.  Seagate to discontinue access features on Seagate NAS. CTERA file services now available for HPE Nimble Storage dHCI. VAST Data announced a strong 2021. Zadara acquires NeoKarm. Quantum partners with Veeam. [...]


KIOXIA & Western Digital Announced Sixth-Gen, 162-Layer 3D Flash Memory

Today KIOXIA Corporation and Western Digital Corp announced that both companies have developed their sixth-generation, 162-layer 3D flash memory technology. This marks the highest density and most advanced 3D Flash memory for both companies. KIOXIA and Western Digital have partnered on various projects for over 20 years, this just being the latest development in their [...]


GIGABYTE G262-ZR0 With NVIDIA HGX A100 4-GPU Released

Today GIGABYTE Technology released a new sever for HPC, AI, and data analytics, the GIGABYTE G262-ZR0. The new server is built all around high-level performance in GPU computing. The server leverages PCIe 4.0 throughput and NVIDIA HGX as well as NVIDIA NVLink for ultra-high bandwidth performance. Today GIGABYTE Technology released a new sever for HPC, [...]


Synology Expands Its M.2 SSDs & NIC Lines

Today Synology Inc. announced that it was adding new capacity points on its SNV3400 M.2 2280 and SNV3500 M.2 22110 NVMe SSD lines. The new versions both come with 800GB of storage. On top of that, the company is expanding its network card line with two new additions as well, the Synology E10G21-F2 and E25G21-F2. [...]

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