Richard Chenevix Trench (1807-1886):
“Language is the close-fitting dress of thought.”
Richard Chenevix Trench (1807-1886):
Lao Tzu (604-531 B.C.)
“He who conquers others is strong; He who conquers himself is mighty.”
“Failure is the foundation of success; success is the lurking place of failure.”
“Go to the people. Learn from them. Live with them. Start with what they know. Build with what they have. The best of leaders when the job is done, when the task is accomplished, the people will say we have done it ourselves.”
If you don’t like the font Word automatically defaults to when you open a new document, there’s an easy way to change it so that every new document you start has the font setting you want.
This media we call social is anything but, when we open our computers and it’s our doors we shut
This is one of the most vital messages that everyone needs to hear. Look Up is a spoken word for the online generation. Written, performed and directed by Gary Turk.
Limited-edition M5 offered through phone contest.
BMW has announced the new 30th Anniversary Edition M5 sedan. The company will produce only 300 of the “30 Jahre M5,” and only 30 of those will come to the United States.
To be fair to fans, the special edition M5 will be offered to the first 29 customers — BMW of North America is going to keep one for the time being — who reserve it by dialing the BMW Customer Relations hotline at 1 p.m., Eastern on Wednesday, May 21. The special phone number will be revealed on the company’s Instagram page over the five days leading up to May 21.
“You don’t manage people; you manage things. You lead people.” – Grace Hopper, 1906-1992
“Keep on going, and the chances are that you will stumble on something, perhaps when you are least expecting it. I never heard of anyone ever stumbling on something sitting down.” – Charles F. Kettering, 1876-1956
SanDisk is gunning for enterprise hard disk drives (HDDs) with the company’s new Optimus MAX, an industry-first 4 TB SAS solid-state drive (SSD).
Targeting database, data warehousing and read-intensive storage workloads, the 2.5-inch SSD sports a 6 GB per second interface and delivers sequential read and write speeds of 400 MB per second. Random read and write IOPs are rated at up to 75,000 and 15,000 respectively.
Optimus MAX is packed with 4 TB of 19nm eMLC flash chips. It can sustain one to three drives wipes per day and has a mean time between failure rating of 2.5 million hours and is covered by a 5 year warranty.
Korean electronics giant Samsung today announced that it had begun manufacturing 3-bit MLC (multi-level-cell) NAND solid-state drives (SSDs) aimed at data centers — a first according to the company.
The new PM853T SSD follows the company’s consumer 3-bit 840 EVO SSD, which first debuted in 2012, according to Samsung’s Young-Hyun Jun, executive vice president of memory sales and marketing. Samsung employed new manufacturing techniques and advancements in flash memory controllers to bring the reliability and performance of 2-bit flash to the low-end consumer grade tech.
Jun said in a statement that the company’s “new 3-bit SSD for data centers will help considerably in expanding the market base for SSDs.” When released, the SSD is poised to deliver “significant improvements in data center investment efficiency,” added Jun. Samsung is also expecting the “full-fledged commercialization of SSDs in IT systems later this year.”
The PM853T is capable of sequential of read speeds of 530 MB per second and sequential writes of 420 MB per second. The SSD is rated at 90,000 random read input/outputs per second (IOPS) and 14,000 IOPS in sustained random writes.
Produced using 10-nanometer (nm) process technologies, Samsung envisions that that the SSDs will improve efficiency in data center servers that provide social networking, Web content and email. When the PM853T arrives later this year, it will be available in capacities of 240 GB, 480 GB and 960 GB.
The Heartbleed bug can also affect the equipment we connect to our networks, such as network-attached storage devices, routers, and access points. We’ve compiled a list to find out which networking devices we’ve tested are vulnerable to Heartbleed and what you should do, now!