Video: Scale Computing HCI Deep Dive

StorageReview did a live stream this week with Scale Computing, taking a deep dive into the UI for their HC3 hyperconverged system. Founded in 2008, Scale Computing revolves around letting companies enjoy the benefits of HCI without the costs normally associated with it. Their HC3 products and software takes all the normal needs of HCI and replaces them with fully integrated, highly available platform for running applications. What’s more, the company deliver the solution on inexpensive Intel NUC system to further save costs for edge use cases. (more…)
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Seagate Xbox Game Drive CyberPunk 2077 Special Edition Review

Seagate has expanded its external storage for gaming with the Seagate Xbox Game Drive CyberPunk 2077 Special Edition. External drives for Xbox (formatted and ready to work out of the box with Xbox game consoles) from Seagate aren’t exactly new, we first covered the announcement in 2015. However, the company has been able to bump the capacity up to 5TB (125-ish games). And this particular drive comes with a nifty skin and design. (more…)
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#59: Dave Demlow, Scale Computing (Intel NUC HCI)

On this week's podcast Brian talks in person with Dave Demlow. Dave is the VP of Product Strategy for Scale Computing, which is code for getting to do the fun visionary work. Scale has been in the HCI business for about as long as HCI has been a thing. Historically Scale has sold HCI like everyone else, usually in a rack but sometimes in a tower form factor. They even recently announced NVMe nodes for customers that need more performance. But in this podcast, we talk more in detail about the announcement they made at the end of last year around micro HCI at the edge. (more…)
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Best Movies on Netflix in India [August 2020]

The best movies on Netflix in India in 2020 right now are largely a mix of English (The Godfather), Hindi (Rang De Basanti), and Japanese (Spirited Away), alongside others from Brazil, France, Korea, Russia, and Spain.
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