ESA is an acronym for Extensible Setup Architecture. ESA is an Aptio®V user interface module that allows you to customize the look and feel of the Aptio boot UI. ESA is a replacement for the traditional BIOS text-based setup environment (TSE).
American Megatrends Inc. is pleased to announce the release of its SnapVDI Z81 Zero Client. These units are powerful, geen, secure, and easy to manage. Our A81 Zero Clients deliver a seamless desktop virtualization experience with our SnapVDI Platform. Experience fast boot up times of seconds from SnapVDI SPARK enabled technology, simple and intuitive configuration through SnapVDI Manager, security through USB locking and user profiles, and the absolute lowest usage of power - 2 Watts at rest and 10 Watts under load.
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.
It seems like nearly all IT Managers have either considered implementing VDI or have deployed the technology at some point during their career. We all know the advantages of VDI: ease of management, increased worker uptime, power savings, greater security and versatility, among others. When considering VDI, IT Managers are deterred by the headache of dealing with multiple vendors for their new solution. This can make the implementation process confusing, complicated, and expensive. Having different vendors for your servers, SAN appliances, and thin or zero clients is time consuming and can be a pain in the you know what for IT Managers. That’s why All-In-One VDI solutions were created.
The concept of AI has been lurking in the technology industry for awhile now, to the point where two prominent tech titans, Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk, have had disagreements over AI and what AI could mean for us in the future. So which view is right? Or do we need to think of it in a different way?