Some folks would have to admit that it would pretty cool to be able to predict the future. Certainly there has been some TV show, where someone picks up a newspaper, and is able to foresee a chain of future events, take some action and save the day. Totally Cool! Still would have to wonder if this would even be remotely possible at all, especially when it could lead that by doing so, many lives could be saved. As it turns out,....it actually is.
Business and enterprise level computing environments have special needs when it comes to network storage, as ASUSTOR a subsidiary of ASUSTeK Computer Inc., announce the release of four new enterprise-level 1U and 2U rackmount NAS devices, that feature Intel® Atom™ 2.13 GHz dual core processor and support for VMware, Citrix and Hyper-V virtual environments that will be providing businesses with a flexible and cost-efficient virtual storage solution.See More
The Eurora supercomputer, built by Eurotech and deployed Wednesday is housed at the Cineca facility in Bologna, Italy achieved a stellar 3,150 megaflops per watt of sustained performance which sets a whole new world record for energy efficiency, taking it to the very top of the Green500 list of the most efficient and environment friendly supercomputers in the world!See More
After a few delays along with an intense few week of tweaking and roughing out the edges, Futuremark has announced that the new Windows version 3DMark if finally ready for release and launch date has been officially set for next Monday February 24 2013 at 18:00 UTC.
Making the global headlines today, is a story by Nicole Perlroth writing for the New York Times, that for the last four months, Chinese hackers have been persistently attacking the The New York Times by infiltrating its computer systems and getting passwords for its reporters and other employees.