Tag Archives: ssd

OSNEXUS Certified All-Flash Storage

We are pleased to announce that OSNEXUS has just granted their QuantaStor certification to the Pogo Linux J2240S storage server. This 2U 24 bay JBOD from HGST boasts 100% flash based storage thanks to the reliable performance of HGST SSDs. The J2240S is the … Continue reading

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Pogo Linux and Scrypt: Rising to the challenges of HIPAA with encrypted SSDs

Since 1998, Scrypt, Inc. has been a leading provider of hosted services to regulated markets, specifically healthcare, and mortgage origination. The customer-centric company offers a vast product line of secure, reliable services, from cloud-based faxing and secure messaging to regulatory … Continue reading

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Ultimate Computing Power in a Nearly Silent Workstation

Maximum available computing power peacefully residing under your desk Big computing doesn’t always happen at the data center. Sometimes you need maximum computing power right there at your desk. Unfortunately, being in same room as a maximum-performance pc can be like sharing … Continue reading

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The Current State of Solid State

An update on the state of the SSD Last summer, we brought you “A Brief History of Solid State Drives,” which outlined the evolution of the SSD through the ages. Now that it’s a year later, we thought it fitting … Continue reading

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Coming Soon to a Data Center Near You: 3D NAND

A 3.5 Terabyte Stick of Gum?! Over the past few years, adherence to Moore’s Law has slowed throughout the tech industry. Nonetheless, Micron® and Intel® have teamed up to maintain the rapid pace of innovation in the solid state storage space. They … Continue reading

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5 technologies to watch in 2015

2014 brought us a lot of interesting hardware technologies, including the continued growth of SSDs, the launch of 12GB SAS, and a big platform refresh from Intel® with the new Xeon® Processor E5-2600 v3 product family. So, now that the New … Continue reading

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Pogo partners with SanDisk at HostingCon – Pogo SSD Week

  Pogo SSD Week continues as HostingCon kicked off yesterday. If you can be in Miami Beach today, you have a great opportunity to see just how transformational SSD technology really is. Pogo is demonstrating our new Iris XF line of SSD-based storage servers at … Continue reading

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Pogo SSD Week – See the new video

Pogo Linux begins “Pogo SSD Week” with ‘A Brief History of Solid State Drives,’ detailing the modern history of SSDs   Welcome to Pogo SSD Week!  In honor of the recent launch of our Iris XF Servers, all featuring solid … Continue reading

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What would you do with a 75,000 IOPS ZFS storage system?

If you couldn’t make it to INTEROP Las Vegas to see our ZFS + SSD caching product demo, don’t fret!  We’re sharing all of the details here, too, so that no one feels left out. Pogo has pioneered the integration … Continue reading

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