In today's "Acronym Soup" blog post, we talk about a firmware development tool that is unique to AMI: What is VeB?
Momentum continues to build for Redfish, as DMTF has announced several recent strategic alliances with other special interest groups (SIGs) and industry associations. Clearly, key players across the industry see the potential of Redfish and want to get on board with this leading standard for server and data center hardware management.
NVMe is the latest development in high-performance flash storage technology and has instigated a tremendous amount of hype among storage circles and IT professionals. Many flash-based storage vendors are rapidly moving to adopt this new technology due to its performance benefits, standardized platform, and flexibility when scaling, among other reasons.
American Megatrends, Inc. will be sponsoring the upcoming Fall 2018 UEFI Plugfest with several other members of the UEFI Forum. The event is scheduled to take place from October 15-19, 2018 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Part 2 of our examination of platformization takes a brief look at some of the benefits and pitfalls of business platformization for platform business operators, their consumers and the service providers who make use of these platforms.
AMI is pleased to announce support for TPM on Arm®-based systems running AMI's Aptio® V UEFI firmware.
We're always reading about the latest, greatest and most interesting things that are happening in the technology industry. In a time where technology is quickly innovating, we're always on our toes and there is always something new to read about every day. For today's blog post, we've rounded up some of the most interesting, buzz worthy topics in the tech industry right now and written short descriptions about what is going on!
AMI is pleased to announce support for the new ISO/IEC 30115:2018 standard in its MegaRAC® Composer™ Pod Management Software.
All-Flash storage seems to be taking over the industry by storm. Yet, there are still a number of IT Professionals hesitant about making the switch to this higher performing, more reliable form of data storage. Why is this? Is it the cost? Is it the fact that IT Pros are so comfortable with the tried and true spinning disk forms of SAN storage and they’re afraid to move to a new platform? Or is it because they are skeptical of SSD lifespans? Well it depends on the individual, but almost IT Admins have thought about these questions at one point or another.