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14 Feb 2017 Supermicro Launches BigTwin -- The Industry's Highest Performing Twin Multi-node System Supporting The Full Range of CPUs, Maximum Memory and All-Flash NVMe [60718]
First and Only 2U Multi-Node Systems supporting 205 watt dual-Xeon Processors, 24 DIMMs per node, and 24 All-Flash NVMe

Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), a global leader in compute, storage and networking technologies including green computing, has announced the fifth generation of its Twin family, the new BigTwin server architecture.

The Supermicro BigTwin is a breakthrough multi-node server system with a multitude of innovations and industry firsts. BigTwin supports maximum system performance and efficiency by delivering 30% better thermal capacity in a compact 2U form-factor enabling solutions with the highest performance processor, memory, storage and I/O.

Continuing Supermicro's NVMe leadership the BigTwin is the first All-Flash NVMe multi-node system. BigTwin doubles the I/O capacity with three PCI-e 3.0 x16 I/O options and provides added flexibility with more than 10 networking options including 1GbE, 10G, 25G, 100G, and InfiniBand with its industry leading SIOM modular interconnect.

Each node can support current and next generation dual Intel Xeon processors with up to 3TB of memory, 24 drives of All-Flash NVMe, Hybrid NVMe/SATA/SAS, SSD and HDD, and two m.2 NVMe/SATA drives per node. Extending the industry's largest portfolio of server and storage systems, the BigTwin is ideal for customers looking to create a simple to deploy and manage blazing fast high-density compute infrastructure. This new system is targeted for cloud, big data, enterprise, hyper-converged and IoT workloads that demand maximum performance, efficiency and flexibility.
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11 Oct 2016 Holidays a Boon for Hackers as Much as Retailers [56994]
Level(3), October 11th, 2016

The holiday season brings opportunity for retailers - and for hackers looking to invade retail networks, disrupt systems and steal valuable information. To help defend against these threats, Level 3 Communications is releasing comprehensive omnichannel security best practices for retailers heading into the 2016 shopping season.

Top Takeaways for Retailers:

  • Retailers may be more vulnerable this holiday season due to the fact there are more access points for sophisticated cybercriminals to exploit across the omnichannel given the pervasiveness of highly distributed endpoints spanning kiosks, in-store Wi-Fi, mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) and the prevalence of IoT devices.
  • While Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance is an important piece of retailers' strategy, attackers are also invading networks to obtain valuable financial records, employee data, healthcare records and other personal identifiable information (PII), which can be used for phishing and social engineering. Retailers need to employ security measures beyond PCI DSS compliance to defend against these threats.

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30 Aug 2016 Level 3's Colocation Services at Brazil-based Data Centers Achieve PCI DSS Report on Compliance [55822]
Level(3), August 30th, 2016

Level 3 Communications, Inc.'s colocation services at data centers in Curitiba, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, have achieved a Report on Compliance with applicable portions of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 3.2. A PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) Qualified Security Assessor's audit confirms Level 3's colocation services at three Brazilian data centers meet all data security standards outlined in requirements 9 and 12 of PCI DSS version 3.2...
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09 Aug 2016 How Does Compliance Differ In The Cloud Versus On-premise? [55129]
Business 2 Community, August 9th, 2016

"With 253 healthcare breaches in 2015 for a total of 112 million lost records, HIPAA compliance has never been more relevant. Meanwhile, 80 percent of businesses fail their PCI compliance assessments.

As a business, whether you're storing patient records or processing customer credit card data, chances are the government or your customers (or, many times, both) require you to meet some sort of compliance standards. And it ain't easy..."
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19 May 2016 How To Prepare Linux System For PCI DSS Compliance [52720]
LinuxPitStop, May 19th, 2016

"PCI DSS is the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, and this is a worldwide standard that was set up to help businesses process card payments securely and reduce card fraud. The way it does this is through tight controls surrounding the storage, transmission and processing of cardholder data that businesses handle. PCI DSS is intended to protect sensitive cardholder data. It is mandatory for all businesses who accept card payments to comply by getting a PCI certificate. This applies to all types of card payments through online, by mail, over the phone or using card machines..."
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