QNAP Releases the Quad-Core TS-x53A Series, an IoT-centric QTS-Linux Combo NAS with Hardware-accelerated Encryption & Transcoding with 4K UHD HDMI output07 Apr 2016
QNAP® Systems, Inc. today announced the release of the TS-x53A series - the worlds first QTS-Linux dual system NAS. Powered by an 14nm Intel® Celeron® N3150 quad-core 1.6GHz processor with hardware encryption acceleration, and Intel 8th generation HD Graphics, the TS-x53A series provides 4K UHD HDMI output, 4K H.264 video hardware-accelerated transcoding & playback, snapshots for multiple recovery points, integrated virtualization and container support. The TS-x53A series can provide a secure private cloud environment for file backup and sharing, and with the new Linux Station it can act as a great base for Internet of Things (IoT) application and developments.
Qsirch 2.0 Full-text Search Engine Upgraded with File Distribution and More Features, Fully Compatible with TS-531P QNAP NAS07 Apr 2016
QNAP® Systems, Inc. today announced their exclusive Qsirch 2.0 has been updated to include file distribution features to enable displaying search results by file categories, including photos, music, videos or documents, and users can customize the display of file distribution in order of date modified, file size or other criteria. The newly-released Qsirch 2.0 now runs file indexing as a background task and allows instant file sharing to enhance the user experience. Qsirch 2.0 also adds support for the ARM-based TS-531P QNAP NAS.
Viavi Solutions has been positioned as a Leader in the new Gartner® Magic Quadrant for Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics (NPMD) for the third consecutive year. In the Gartner, Inc. report, Viavi is recognized as a network performance management leader in its category for completeness of vision and ability to execute. The Gartner Magic Quadrant is considered one of the tech industry's most influential evaluations of enterprise network solutions. Viavi is pleased to provide a complimentary copy of this report here: www.viavisolutions.com/npmd-mq
New All Flash Arrays Deliver 1.2M IOPS, 8PB+ Scalability and 99.9997% Measured Availability at a 33 to 66 Percent Lower Total Cost of Ownership07 Apr 2016
Nimble Storage (NYSE: NMBL), the leader in predictive flash storage, today announced a new series of Predictive All Flash arrays, combining fast flash performance with InfoSight Predictive Analytics to deliver data velocity. The Nimble AF-Series All Flash arrays deliver absolute performance, superior scalability and non-stop availability, at a total cost of ownership (TCO) that is up to 33 to 66 percent lower than competitive arrays. With the addition of the AF-Series to the Nimble Predictive Flash platform portfolio, Nimble provides enterprise IT organizations with a single consolidation architecture to accelerate, protect and scale all enterprise applications and deliver data velocity to end users.
Up to 33 to 66 Percent Lower Total Cost of Ownership than Competing All Flash Arrays
Game changing architectural innovation makes this dramatic savings possible:
- Unconstrained by Memory
- Engineered for 3D V-NAND
- Comprehensive Data Protection
- Backup, Disaster Recovery and Archival at One-Third the Cost
Absolute Resiliency with Non-Stop Availability
- Triple+ Parity RAID
- SmartSecure Software-based FIPS Compliant Encryption
- Integrated Data Protection
Universal Spine Subsumes Core Switching and Routing Functions
Arista Networks (NYSE:ANET) announced the Arista 7500R Series, a switching and routing platform for cloud service provider and for next generation enterprise data centers. Aristas Universal Spine architecture drives scale and agile workload mobility across public, private and hybrid clouds.
The Arista 7500R allows Netflix to provide the ultimate user experience while keeping costs in check. Arista's continuous innovation has resulted in novel CDN (Content Delivery Network) architectures, offering breakthrough price/performance at 10x more bandwidth at 1/10th the price of a traditional router, said Dave Temkin, Vice President of Global Networks at Netflix.
07 Apr 2016
Arista Networks (NYSE:ANET) today announced the next phase of Arista EOS (Extensible Operating System), enabling customers to focus on real-time migration from legacy enterprise silos to private, public and hybrid cloud networking. This evolution is based on three powerful building blocks: Infrastructure, Hybrid Cloud and Container Support.
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