For today's serving of Acronym Soup, we look on the BIOS/UEFI Utilities side of things for the recipe of the day and ask the question: What is BCP?
Turns out there is a such thing as free lunch. The StorTrends team has been conducting occasional Virtual Lunch-n-Learn events centered around data storage topics, and most importantly, they will send you a FREE PIZZA for you and your comrades to enjoy as you learn.
In today’s post, we continue our series on Moore's Law by looking at recent reports questioning whether it is finally at its end, and if so, what predictions we can make for the chip industry - and the tech industry at large - as a result.
Customization, innovation and differentation are three things that developers value when it comes to developing their platforms. If developers incorporate Intel®'s Innovation Engine on their platforms, developers have the ability to customize, innovate and differentiate their product offerings by implementing new features and addressing their own platform requirements. Good news for Aptio V customers? AMI's added support for Intel IE on Intel Atom® C3000 Processors using Aptio® V UEFI Firmware gives Aptio V customers more control over the architecture of their firmware!
An account executive may tell you that the array you’ve been scoping has your make-or-break feature included. If so, then there should be no issue with letting you test one of their units to verify. Maybe it’s a feature they have, but you need to know more about the effectiveness of the feature, such as data deduplication. Deduplication ratios can vary between vendors based on the effectiveness and complexity of their data compaction algorithms. A PoC is a perfect opportunity to test a unit’s deduplication capabilities to see if it will yield your needed usable capacity. The PoC period is also the perfect time to see if this SAN’s more extraneous features actually provide any benefit to you and your organization or if they are just more cogs in the marketing fluff machine.
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.
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.