Enterprise

Enterprise IT reviews include storage arrays of course, but all of the other components as well including cloud, SSDs, HDDs, switching, servers and much more.

Podcast #81: The Composable Data Center with Fungible

The Fungible data center offers the ability to create infrastructure on the fly, pulling from CPU, GPU, and storage resources…

2 days ago

Podcast #79: The Future of 3D XPoint And Optane with Chris Mellor

Micron announced a shift in portfolio strategy this week and involves ceasing the development of 3D XPoint. The company stated:…

3 months ago

Podcast #78: Larry O’Connor, OWC

Larry O'Connor has been solving problems for creative professionals and Mac enthusiasts for over 30 years. What started out as…

3 months ago

Podcast #77: HPE Spaceborne Computer-2

HPE launched the first off-the-shelf supercomputer, Spaceborne Computer-1, to the International Space Station (ISS) back in 2017. The Spaceborne Computer-1…

4 months ago

Podcast #76: NVIDIA Data Processing Units (DPUs)

NVIDIA is known throughout the world as a GPU company. With their acquisition of Mellanox though, the lens through which…

5 months ago

Podcast #75: Saving Citrus with NVIDIA AI

We've been covering a lot of edge use cases on the podcast and this week it's another one, but with…

5 months ago

Podcast #74: TrueNAS Means Speed for Creative Agencies

Creative Pros are a special bunch with specific technology and storage needs. And when you pile a bunch of them…

5 months ago

Podcast #73: Mai-Lan Tomsen Bukovec, AWS

AWS may not have built the cloud, but they've driven more cloud adoption than anyone else since they launched S3…

6 months ago

Podcast #72: Gregory Kurtzer, Rocky Linux

Last week Red Hat made a fundamental change to their plan with CentOS, dramatically changing both the tracking of RHEL…

6 months ago

Podcast #71: British Antarctic Survey

The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is part of the UK's Natural Environment Research Council, which itself is part of United…

7 months ago