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23 May 2017 Supermicro Wins Computex Best Choice Award for Capacity Maximized, Top Loading 60-Bay4U SuperStorage Solutions [63806]
SuperMicro, May 23rd 2017

Super Micro Computer, Inc. wins the Computex Best Choice Award for its capacity maximized, top loading 60-Bay, 4U SuperStorage offerings.

The award, presented by the Taipei Computer Association, focuses on Functionality, Innovation and Market Potential. The Supermicro top loading, 60-Bay 4U SuperStorage represents all three well. It's the only 60-bay storage server supporting NVMe SSDs (6 x U.2) for I/O intensive meta-data operations, highest performance CPU, largest memory with 24 DIMMs, on-board M.2 SSDs, HA boot drives, and wide range networking choices with Supermicro Super I/O Module (SIOM) cards.

Deploying and servicing the 60-bay SuperStorage products are extremely easy with tool-less chassis design, tool-less drive carriers, out-of-band management through IPMI 2.0 with dedicated LAN port, Supermicro RSD support, and a built-in front panel LCD display for fast system and disk diagnostics. As a mainstay in Supermicro capacity maximized, top loading storage product family, 60-Bay storage offerings are optimized for the most demanding software-defined storage applications and especially popular among cloud service providers and large internet data center customers.
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22 May 2017 IT Job Interviews: 11 Ways To Stand Out To CIOs [63689]
The Enterprisers Project, May 22nd 2017

"Nathan McBride, CIO of Amag Pharmaceuticals, sought to become one of the first biotech companies to move fully to the cloud model, and he was able to achieve this goal in 2010 - just as the cloud trend was taking off. Since the migration, Amag has enjoyed a 60 percent reduction in spending and a significant increase in innovation, functionality, and scalability, with no loss of performance.

This week, McBride will share his cloud experience during a panel at the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, taking place May 24 in Cambridge, MA. His session, 'Navigating the Clouds,' will offer insights into the promises, pitfalls, and best practices around cloud migrations. In this sneak peek, McBride shares a few with us..."
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22 May 2017 Cloud Migrations: Pharma CIO Shares Best Practices, Pitfalls [63695]
The Enterprisers Project, May 22nd 2017

"Nathan McBride, CIO of Amag Pharmaceuticals, sought to become one of the first biotech companies to move fully to the cloud model, and he was able to achieve this goal in 2010 - just as the cloud trend was taking off. Since the migration, Amag has enjoyed a 60 percent reduction in spending and a significant increase in innovation, functionality, and scalability, with no loss of performance.

This week, McBride will share his cloud experience during a panel at the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, taking place May 24 in Cambridge, MA. His session, 'Navigating the Clouds,' will offer insights into the promises, pitfalls, and best practices around cloud migrations. In this sneak peek, McBride shares a few with us..."
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22 May 2017 What Companies Seek From The Industrial Iot (Slideshow) [63723]
CIO Insight, May 22nd 2017

"A clear majority of organizations have a growing or high interest in the industrial internet of things (IIoT), according to a recent survey from the Business Performance Innovation (BPI) Network. The resulting report, 'The Impact of Connectedness on Competitiveness,' indicates that these manufacturing-based companies are seeking more efficient operations from their IIoT investment, as well as better product and services differentiation, and improved customer engagement. But there are lingering obstacles to full-scale, successful deployments, including existing skills gaps and a lack of adequate data integration capabilities..."
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22 May 2017 AI: Breaking Down Performance Barriers With Intel Scalable System Framework [63667]
HPCWire, May 22nd 2017

"Interest in artificial intelligence (AI) is rising fast, as practical applications in speech, image analysis, and other complex pattern recognition tasks have now surpassed human accuracy. Once trained, a neural network can be deployed on edge devices or in the cloud to meet demands in near real-time. Yet training a deep neural network within a reasonable time frame requires the speed and scale of a high performance computing (HPC) system..."
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