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News   |    August 25, 2016

QNAP Updates Its NAS Operating System

A new storage capacity expansion technology lets you expand your NAS capacity by taking advantage of unused resources on other QNAP NAS devices.

The $237.99 USB-C Dual Monitor Docking Station with Power Delivery is a simple solution for turning a USB-C-enabled notebook into a productive full-scale workstation.

News   |    August 17, 2016

TRENDnet Launches Three New Layer 2 Managed Switches

The switches—two available now and one slated for later this year—offer traffic management, troubleshooting, access control, and monitoring features.

News   |    August 15, 2016

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The Supermicro Rack Scale Design is a superset of the Intel Rack Scale Design and can help data center operators dynamically manage their resources for more efficient operation and higher utilization rates.

The SSDs will accommodate enormous amounts of data and extremely high-speed information processing, according to the company.

News   |    August 10, 2016

D-Link Announces New Wireless PoE Access Point

D-Link has announced a new wireless power-over-ethernet (PoE) access point that's designed for outdoor use. The DAP0-3320 is ruggedized for outdoor environments and meets the IP55 waterproof standard.

News   |    August 10, 2016

Seagate Showing Off Largest SSD Ever Demonstrated

Seagate is using the Flash Memory Summit this week to show off several new products, including a 60TB SAS SSD and an 8TB NVMe SSD.

Photo Listing   |    August 08, 2016

Seagate Introduces Energy-Efficient SATA SSD

The Nytro XF1230 uses a 6Gbps interface and has random access performance of up to 98,000IOPS, which Seagate notes is equivalent to the performance of 200 hard drives for a fraction of the power and cost.

How To   |    August 03, 2016

Laptop Improvement vs. Replacement

Not only can you upgrade various components of a laptop, but you can also clean it up and give it a refresh for future use.

The TS-x51A series NAS devices are available in two- and four-bay models and have a 14nm Intel dual-core Celeron processor that can burst up to 2.48GHz.

News   |    July 29, 2016

Newest ViewSonic Projectors Designed For Big Spaces

Houses of worship. Large conference rooms. Big classrooms or auditoriums. Those are a few of the places ViewSonic says would be ideal locations for its new LightStream Pro8 Series projectors.

The WorkWise products let users change the height with the press of a button or touch of a lever, with precise adjustment that makes it easy to adapt for sitting or standing.

The products offer up to 72 cores per node, no PCIe bottleneck, and no memory wall, Supermicro notes.

Dynamic Air Quality Solutions announced it is partnering with the COPD Foundation to help increase awareness about Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.

FileHold Systems is a leader in enterprise-grade document management software. dtSearch specializes in enterprise and developer text retrieval software and document filters.

News   |    July 27, 2016

TP-Link Has Two New Ceiling-Mount Access Points

The EAP330 and EAP320 are designed to provide powerful Wi-Fi for small businesses, school campuses, restaurants, and hospitality buildings or hotels, the company says.

For full-text searching, FileHold uses the dtSeach Engine. dtSearch’s core developer product, the dtSearch Engine instantly searches terabytes of text, including 25+ full-text and metadata-driven search options.

News   |    July 26, 2016

Industry’s First 2TB M.2 SSD Coming From Seagate

The drive is optimized for read-intensive and mixed workloads, with the high capacity and small form factor ideal for cloud and enterprise data center environments, according to Seagate.

News   |    July 21, 2016

Symantec Updates Its Control Compliance Suite

The company announced several updates to its Symantec Control Compliance Suite to help enterprises working with agile IT processes.

The new Super Talent PCIe Nova solid-state drive, meant for enterprise servers and workstations, comes in capacities of 120, 240, 480, 960, and 1,920GB.

News   |    July 20, 2016

Samsung Launches Two New Notebook 7 spin Models

The Notebook 7 spin is available in 13.3- and 15.6-inch models and runs Windows 10.

News   |    July 20, 2016

Tripp Lite MST Hub Simplifies Multi-monitor Setups

Tripp Lite’s new line of MST (Multi-Stream Transport) Hubs can distribute a single DisplayPort or Mini DisplayPort signal across multiple monitors.

News   |    July 19, 2016

Three New 10TB Drives Coming From Seagate

The three drives, part of the Guardian Series, cover desktop, NAS, and surveillance setups and include capabilities such as multi-tier caching technology, AgileArray, and ImagePerfect.

A new study by the U.S. Department of Energy on data center energy usage shows that the huge growth in energy consumption that was forecast a few years ago has not occurred. Instead, several factors are leading data centers to become much more efficient.

News   |    July 18, 2016

TRENDnet Adds To Industrial Switch Line

TRENDnet has two new rugged industrial switches capable of withstanding extreme temperatures, large amounts of dust, and vibrations or shock.

Giada Technology announced it has a new mini-ITX motherboard aimed at warm cloud storage applications. The N60E-O boards feature a Broadwell-DE based Xeon-D processor which is designed for entry-level enterprise storage scenarios.

The ES1640dc has Intel Xeon E5-242 v2 processors, 32GB RAM, and dual active-active controllers.

Peak 10 has introduced what it calls one of the industry’s most comprehensive disaster-recovery-as-a-service portfolios, with three service levels to meet the needs of almost any business.

Data security company DataGuise announced the next generation of its DgSecure security platform is now available. DgSecure 6.0 is a platform that lets businesses monitor and protect data across the enterprise.

News   |    June 24, 2016

IBM Announces New Version Of DB2

IBM has announced a new version of its popular database software DB2. The new DB2 v11.1 has features that are aimed at developers working to bring applications to the cloud.

How To   |    June 23, 2016

Business Intelligence & Data Analytics

The terms “data analytics” and “business intelligence” are often interchanged, but in fact they are different, each with its own distinctive purpose.

Supermicro is using the International Supercomputing Conference in Germany this week to launch several new HPC products. Here’s a look.

Company To Watch   |    June 23, 2016

New Auto-Suggest Add-On To dtSearch® Engine

The new Kaleido “autosuggest search assistant” option lets the end-user home in on key concepts while entering a search request.

With the Tesla P100, you can create “super nodes,” which NVIDIA says will provide the throughput of more than 32 commodity CPU-based nodes while lowering capital and operational costs by as much as 70%.

The fully managed XGS2210 series Gigabit switches come in 24- or 48-port PoE and non-PoE models with 10Gb SFP+ uplink options.

News   |    June 16, 2016

Cisco Launches Data Center Analytics Platform

Cisco is launching an analytics platform that will allow companies to monitor everything across the data center in real time. The company says its platform, called Cisco Tetration Analytics, is a "time machine" for the data center.

The TVS-x82T models use 6th Generation Intel 14nm multicore processors and feature built-in SATA M.2 SSD, 2.5-inch SSD slots; compartmentalized smart cooling; and tool-less HDD installation.

The offering combines Western Digital’s HGST Active Archive System and CTERA’s Enterprise File Services Platform to help companies build a private cloud that eliminates privacy, security, and data sovereignty concerns.

The service is designed to “help organizations achieve the right balance of mobile security and risk tolerance that enables innovation,” the companies noted in a press release announcing the new service.

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