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BackBlaze details new 4U storage pods with a massive 480TB of space

BackBlaze details new 4U storage pods with a massive 480TB of space Today is a big day for BackBlaze as it’s announcing a new version of its 4U rack-mounted storage pods.This makes BackBlaze’s online storage platform more efficient, but you can also buy a Storage Pod 6.

Intel launches Broadwell-based Xeons with up to 24 cores, 60MB L3 cache, 3D XPoint

These new server processors offer up to 24 cores, 60MB of L3 cache, support for new RAS features, 3D XPoint (when available), and support for 3DS LRDIMMs.While the E7 v4 Xeon includes support for up to 24 cores, we wanted to compare against the Haswell-based E7 v3 family to make an apples-to-apples determination.

Rumors suggest AMD’s Zen servers will pack 32 cores, serious heat

We know that AMD is planning to ramp its Zen family from small form factor systems into large, big-iron servers, but exact product details remain scarce on the ground.According to Fudzilla, AMD’s top-end chip (codenamed Naples) will ship in a 32-core / 64-thread configuration with 64MB of total L3 cache, eight memory controllers, and 128 PCI Express lanes.

The Top 5 Games We Wish Were Backward Compatible on Xbox One

The Top 5 Games We Wish Were Backward Compatible on Xbox One When a new generation of games come along, replacing the old, it’s hard to let go.You want that one last play of that great game, or maybe that last match with friends before the servers get shut down.

Researchers map out Netflix's servers across the globe

Researchers map out Netflix's servers across the globe Now researchers from Queen Mary University of London have mapped out where the servers that send out all of that data are located.Their results, compiled in a new paper, identified servers at 233 locations among six continents.

Google puts Intel on notice, ‘looks forward’ to using non-Intel chips within its cloud

Google puts Intel on notice, ‘looks forward’ to using non-Intel chips within its cloud Other vendors, like IBM or ARM, have an even smaller market share than AMD.That could change in the next few years, however, and Google has flung its support behind a new interconnect standard, OpenCAPI, and IBM’s POWER9 CPU architecture.

Qualcomm begins sampling its 48-core 10nm processor, but is the market ready for ARM-based servers?

Qualcomm begins sampling its 48-core 10nm processor, but is the market ready for ARM-based servers? The new chip family is the Qualcomm Centriq 2400 with up to 48 cores, all based on the Qualcomm Falkor CPU.“The Qualcomm Centriq 2400 series processors will drive high performance, power efficient ARM-based servers from concept to reality,” said Anand Chandrasekher, senior vice president and general manager, Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies, Inc.

Conan Exiles System Requirements, Server Types and Mod Support

Conan Exiles System Requirements, Server Types and Mod Support Preceding that, Funcom has updated the game's Steam page to include the minimum and recommended system requirements: Additionally, a new developer blog post describes the way Conan Exiles' servers are going to be set up.Apart from the common these days official servers, players will have the opportunity to host their own dedicated servers to play alone or with their friends.

AMD posts strong Q4 2016 results, confirms Ryzen, Vega launch dates

AMD posts strong Q4 2016 results, confirms Ryzen, Vega launch dates Currently, most of AMD’s revenue is driven by console sales, and Microsoft and Sony order the most hardware in Q3 as they ramp up to meet holiday demand.The company has more cash on-hand, and while it’s carrying a higher inventory load, that’s likely related to the upcoming Ryzen launch.

Misconfigured Pentagon servers could have been exploited for cyberattack

Misconfigured Pentagon servers could have been exploited for cyberattack A cybersecurity researcher has discovered a number of misconfigured servers belonging to the Department of Defense that could have left internal networks vulnerable to outsider access and attack.According to Dan Tentler of Phobos Group, these vulnerable servers could have been used, in theory, to carry out cyberattacks to make them look like they were perpetrated by United States actors.