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07 Jun 2017 Mellanox Powers the First 25, 50 and 100 Gigabit Ethernet Fabric for HPE Synergy Platform [64143]
Mellanox, June 7th 2017

Mellanox Technologies, Ltd., a leading supplier of high-performance, end-to-end smart interconnect solutions for data center servers and storage systems, announced its Spectrum Ethernet switch ASIC will power the first Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Synergy Switch Module supporting native 25, 50, and 100 Gb/s Ethernet connectivity. The Spectrum switch module connects HPE Synergy compute module with an Ethernet switch fabric of unmatched performance and latency, which is ideal for cloud, financial services, telco and HPC.

This new switch module helps HPE to maintain its leadership, by enabling the transition to the next generation of Ethernet performance, offering 25 Gb/s connectivity options for the Synergy platform.
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07 Jun 2017 All-Flash Array Market Grows 48% In Q1 [64103]
Enterprise Storage Forum, June 7th 2017

"All-flash arrays (AFA) are a few of the bright spots in the declining market for enterprise data storage hardware.

An AFA can offer comparatively blistering storage performance versus traditional storage arrays stuffed with spinning hard drives. This often translates into more responsive business applications, faster transactions and less of a wait for data analytics and a variety of other workloads to complete.

In light of these benefits, it's no surprise that enterprises are increasingly investing in AFA, despite the price premium..."
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06 Jun 2017 Don't Be Left Behind By IPv6 Deployment, ISOC Warns Enterprises [64093]
CIO, June 6th 2017

"Deployment of IPv6 is accelerating -- but it's home and mobile users that are benefitting from the performance improvements first, a new report says...

They have the resources, the expertise and, though they may not realize it, the need -- but it turns out that enterprises are often the ones that don't yet have IPv6.

That's the finding of the Internet Society its latest report on IPv6 deployment, published five years after the organization began a worldwide push to deploy the new addressing protocol and almost 20 years after the protocol was defined.

Around 13 percent of the top one million websites is inviting IPv6 traffic today, it said, citing a Hurricane Electric analysis of data provided by Amazon.com. That figure rises to around 22 percent for the top 1,000 websites..."
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06 Jun 2017 NexentaStor 4.0.5-FP1 [64149]
Nexenta, June 6th 2017

NexentaStor 4.0.5-FP1 delivers fixes to improve stability, scalability, and performance. This Fix Pack builds on the fixes and enhancements previously released in 4.0.5; addresses customer-reported issues, and addresses issues found internally by Nexenta engineering.

Our releases continue to focus on ensuring the highest level of security. We have included fixes for several CVEs and other security issues. See 'Resolved Security Issues in 4.0.5-FP1' table for more information on the security fixes.

NexentaStor 4.0.5-FP1 includes the following upgrades:

  • Upgraded OpenSSL version to 1.0.2k
  • Upgraded Apache version to 2.4.25

NexentaStor 4.0.5-FP1 provides several AutoSync fixes and enhancements.
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05 Jun 2017 Engineer Unveils New Spin On Future Of Transistors With Novel Design [64092]
Science Daily, June 5th 2017

"An engineer with the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science at The University of Texas at Dallas has designed a novel computing system made solely from carbon that might one day replace the silicon transistors that power today's electronic devices..."

"The concept brings together an assortment of existing nanoscale technologies and combines them in a new way," said Dr. Joseph S. Friedman, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at UT Dallas who conducted much of the research while he was a doctoral student at Northwestern University.

"The resulting all-carbon spin logic proposal, published by lead author Friedman and several collaborators in the June 5 issue of the online journal Nature Communications, is a computing system that Friedman believes could be made smaller than silicon transistors, with increased performance..."
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