Research And Development

5 Easy Steps to Test Your Memory.

Written on February 4, 2019 By Support Team
Here are 5 easy steps to prepare a flash drive, with Memtest on it, to test the memory in your system if you suspect that it may be failing. 
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Intel's New CPU Series

Written on December 27, 2018 By Support Team
Intel has new series of CPUs, and this post will help clarify what the new sockets/series are and where they are best used.
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What is the difference between hardware, software, and fakeraid?

Written on April 18, 2017 By Support Team
The three primary implementations of RAID(Redundant Array of Independent/Inexpensive Disks) that are seen in most markets is Hardware RAID, Software RAID, and FakeRAID. Each containing their own limitations and advantages.
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Tower Server - Dual AMD EPYC - Redundant Power

AMD is making a re-entry into the server market with their powerful EPYC server processor line. This is a great server for storage, virtualization, or big data computation. With up to 128 compute threads in a dual CPU, this is a very powerful…
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BBUs and You: Increasing Transfer Speeds While Keeping Your Data Safe

Written on January 31, 2017 By Support Team
If you’ve ever looked at a system on our website, chances are you’ve seen an option for a Battery Backup Unit (BBU). While some confuse it for a battery for the entire system, it’s actually just for hardware RAID controllers.
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