What is a Backplane Controller? Before we can explain what a backplane controller (BPC) is, we need to define what a backplane is. There are different types of backplanes. We will be discussing drive backplanes.
How familiar are you with "Moore's Law" - a key concept about the complexity and density of integrated circuits that has shaped the landscape of computing for the last fifty years? Today's post will provide a brief background, as we begin a series of posts on the history of Moore’s Law and its implications for the future of computing.
Recently, AMI added full support for the Redfish™ 1.0 specification from the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF). The Redfish specification is an open industry standard specification and schema that allows simple and secure management of modern scalable platform hardware.
Although it sounds like something lifted straight from the pages of hard science fiction or the world of fictional superspies, smart dust is fast becoming reality and could be the catalyst for the next wave of the Industrial Revolution. Read on to find out more about this fascinating technology and its potential to transform our lives.
Equifax's recent security breach has caused a lot of concern among civilians in the US. Recent findings uncovered that the security breach was due to weak security processes and untimely security patch updates. Patches and security updates are essential in protecting your data and keeping your systems secure!
One of the product lines that has been very well received over the years is our line of MG Backplane Controllers. The latest addition to the family, the MG9098 Backplane Controller, continues the tradition and stands out by featuring support for NVMe in addition to traditional SAS and SATA backplanes, with no custom firmware or programming required – the first chip in the AMI family to do so.