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SDC computer memory update 2021

Data processing getty The Computational Storage (CS) initiative of the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) includes 51 companies and 261 individual members. The group worked with the NVM Express Compute Storage Task Group. At the SNIA Storage Developers Conference (SDC) 2021 there were numerous presentations on important developments that bring …

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Stratasys (SSYS) introduces ProtectAM, expands product portfolio – October 1, 2021

Stratasys (SSYS quick offerSSYS – Free Report) recently launched a new cybersecurity additive manufacturing solution called ProtectAM. The latest product launch is primarily aimed at providing more security while implementing US government 3D printing solutions. According to the Security Implementation Guide issued by the Defense Information System Agency (“DISA”) of …

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The challenge and promise of quantum computing

Until recently, quantum computing existed more in science fiction than in reality. Now, as computing technologies and the demand for solutions to complex problems accelerate, quantum computing is making its way into the mainstream. Still in the experimentation and development phase, quantum computing promises to revolutionize the way computing and …

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Evaluate and secure your Linux footprint – now!

As Linux grows in popularity, so does its attack surface. For companies, this poses an urgent question: Who is responsible for the security of all Linux instances in your cloud environment? The vast majority of cloud environments are Linux-based, and most of the major cloud providers have built their services …

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Wireless on Linux, Part 2

From Carla Schröder September 23, 2003 For the harassed, overworked network administrator, connecting clients without running new cables is so much fun that it feels wrong. Carla Schroder shows Linux admins how they can overcome some hurdles so that they too can celebrate. For us brave Linux system administrators, wireless …

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