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  2. Moments is a brand-new application from Synology that allows users to easily back up photos from their computer or smartphone to a NAS. This application features deep learning and automatic organization tools, which identify people, places, and objects in photos while sorting them media into their respective albums. Synology Moments, Drive, and Office Software Packages Now Available
  3. The new RS818+/RS818RP+ is a powerful update to Synology’s small rackmount NAS devices. While it has the same CPU as the RS815+, the company has doubled the maximum RAM to 16GB and added the ability for a 10GbE NIC. This takes its performance up from 389MB/s to the new quoted speed of 1,099MB/s. The new NAS is also built with high availability in mind with four 1GbE LAN ports for failover and the redundant power (RP) version. Synology Releases The New RS818+/RS818RP+ RackStation
  4. RT @OxonAndrew: "Chemicals in our wastewater...and our rivers - closing the water cycle loop" A (provocative) blog by @OxonAndrew https://…

  5. This new memory is built on the company’s 10nm class process technology and doubles the previous 20nm GDDR5 memory, up from 8Gb to 16Gb. Samsung states that the new memory can deliver 18Gbps pin speed with data transfers of 72Gbps. From a power consumption standpoint, the new memory operates at 1.35V. The company states that the new GDDR6 memory will be used in developing fields such as 8K Ultra HD video processing, virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and artificial intelligence. Samsung Produces 16Gb GDDR6 For Advanced Graphic Systems
  6. Rodan and Fields, LLC is looking for: Senior Graphic Designer https://t.co/w2wooiOU6n #job

  7. Устала класть кэш на кэш на кэш. Пойду полежу

  8. Spannend finde ich ja auch den Bus im Hintergrund ... mit ZWEI Gelenken :o https://t.co/OFzQ1wZuB6

  9. "It is time to shed the burdens of the past year and come up fresh and alive." —@SadhguruJV

  10. RT @AnonTurtle10101: @parabolictrav HODL HODL HODL. For however long it takes to regain whatever value you were at and more, Months if need…

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  12. When outfitted with a 10GbE NIC, QNAP quotes the new NAS line to boast upwards of 1,139MB/s in throughput and up to 1,091MB/s with AES-NI hardware-accelerated encryption engine. Moreover, SSD caching and two built-in M.2 SSD slots allow the TVS-x73e to benefit from Qtier technology. This helps optimize storage efficiency across M.2 SSDs, 2.5-inch SSDs and high-capacity HDDs, creating a balance between cost, performance, and capacity. Users can also add up to two M.2 SSDs to either configure SSD caching, or create a RAID5 tiered storage. QNAP TVS-x73e SMB NAS Series Now Available
  13. @johnsheehan This is why we can't have nice things

  14. @AlecSteeleSteel get a spring loaded centre/tap guide, it'll stop you going off centre as you drive the tap in and snapping it!

  15. With the increase in quality of video (from 1080p to 4K and now even 8K), creative professionals are finding their files to be massive. They need to offload these files in order to keep working. With the new Shuttle solutions, users will have more than enough capacity with a range between 16TB to 48TB. The solutions leverage Thunderbolt 3 technology. G-Technology claims that a professional can transfer one hour of 4K footage at 30 frames per second (fps) in just minutes at up to 1,000MB/s. G-Technology Announces New “Shuttle” Storage Solutions
  16. Violin is coming back to market with its Flash Storage Platform, which it states can increase performance as well as improving CAPEX and OPEX. The platform is the same one they have had that combines vertically integrated design of software, firmware, and hardware. So what is different here, is the question that begs to be asked. Violin is releasing the same products they had (it shouldn’t be lost here that these were very good products with great performance and software). This go round, the company is looking at a more innovative pricing model. Violin Systems Offers New Deployment Options
  17. RT @OmniFaces: OmniFaces 3.0 has been released for JSF 2.3 users! https://t.co/LFGI1lQUMS

  18. As Veeam continues to venture in the enterprise market, they will combine N2WS’ data protection for AWS public cloud workloads to deliver solutions that enable businesses to run more workloads in the public cloud and benefit from the accompanying cost savings. Veeam Acquires N2WS
  19. Getting my day started for #Enigma2018 with a view of the supposedly the most technologically… https://t.co/jNQn3BzaGK

  20. @BMBeeler @storagereview @TestLabNut @DellEMCServers @DellEMCStorage I’m digging what I am seeing about the 5020; w… https://t.co/e7SGOrzvkM

  21. The TS-x28A series is powered by a Realtek RTD1295 quad-core 1.4 GHz processor with 1GB RAM to help satisfy the performance and storage needs for home multimedia. Additionally, the TS-x28A series runs the latest version of QNAP’s NAS operating system, QTS 4.3.4, which adds enhanced snapshot features with lower hardware resource requirements, which allows NAS solutions with 1GB RAM (like the TS-x28A) to benefit from snapshot protection. The new series also acts as an effective file storage, sharing, backup, synchronization, and data protection features and features applications for multimedia, sharing, backup and data storage; all at an affordable price tag. QNAP TS-x28A Entry-level Home NAS Series Now Available
  22. RT @parabolictrav: Bottom is likely in and it looks like @PeterLBrandt nailed it with his BHLD model. Give the old pro some props. Historic…

  23. Rodan and Fields, LLC is looking for: Director, PMO Portfolio Delivery https://t.co/moFvl513rA #job

  24. Обожаю заряжаться позитивом с утра ))) https://t.co/zMNd3l1IXF

  25. Best Android Phone of 2018 #Giveaway @androidauth - Enter Here: https://t.co/bUtTpIENnr

  26. "Time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time." —John Lennon

  27. You have already created a RAID 1 array from the 2 disks. If you want to change it to something else you need to delete that array and create what you want. Basic is their use of separate disks and what they call JBOD is really akin to RAID 0 (so no fault tolerance). You don't have any disk groups, a Synology disk group comprises of one or more drives combined into a single partition, which would be like RAID0 or RAID5..
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