IBM Launches New zEnterprise EC12 Secure Cloud-Focused Mainframe System
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 28, 2012
Big Blue says this is its most powerful mainframe ever.
Tags: security, IBM, analytics, mainframe, Memory, solid state
IBM Buys Flash Manufacturer Texas Memory Systems
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 16, 2012
Texas Memory sells RamSan solid state memory arrays and PCIe cards.
Tags: Flash, IBM, Memory, Solid State Storage, merger and acquistion activity
Supercomputers Getting Faster - At Faster Rate
By Drew Robb | Article Published November 22, 2010
The supercomputer that was in the No. 1 spot just 18 months ago is now a relative laggard, having fallen to a lowly No. 7.
Tags: software, data storage management, Enterprise IT, Memory, supercomputers
Microsoft Offers exFat Licensing to Third Parties
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published December 11, 2009
In an effort to expand its presence in the large memory capacity flash device market, Microsoft's has begun licensing its Extended File Allocation Table (exFat) technology to third parties.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, software, Memory, exFAT
Proc and Processes
By Juliet Kemp | Article Published November 12, 2008
Tip of the Trade: The /proc directory provides a text-based way of interfacing with system settings and processes. Sure, it looks complicated at first glance, but it is incredibly helpful when troubleshooting.
Tags: Device, IT, XP, Memory, Thunderbird