Pogo Linux Redesigns Atlas EPYC Server With 2nd-Gen AMD Server Processors

Posted on November 11, 2019 by rawee.k

REDMOND, Wash., November 26, 2019 – Pogo Linux, a leading supplier of rackmount servers for the modern data center, today unveiled a series of rackmount servers based on the newest AMD EPYC™ processor, code-named “Rome”. The redesigned Atlas AMD Servers will take advantage of Rome’s features that focus on high-performance computing, multi-cloud implementation, virtualization and…

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Server Solutions: 2nd Gen AMD EPYC Processor Overview

Posted on November 11, 2019 by rawee.k
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Although the 2nd-gen AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processor was launched in August, mid-sized system integrators weren’t able to get their hands on AMD EPYC motherboard components to support the building of high-performance servers immediately at the launch.  Thus, we just posting our Solution Labs overview now, in anticipation of our new redesigned Atlas rackmount servers…

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Top 4 QuantaStor Integrations to Connect the StorageDirector Q-Series

Posted on November 11, 2019 by rawee.k
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You’ve probably heard that our StorageDirector Q-Series is a powerful software-defined storage solution that’s perfect for high-performance file, block and object storage protocols.  But did you also know that you can connect the Pogo StorageDirector to 18+ possible integrations to power your network storage infrastructure? Powered by the latest version of OSNEXUS QuantaStor, the StorageDirector…

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Pogo Linux Launches New Modular Intel Servers to Address IT Evolution in Data Services

Posted on October 10, 2019 by rawee.k

REDMOND, Wash., October 1, 2019 — Pogo Linux, a leading supplier of rackmount servers for the modern data center, today announced the immediate availability of a new product line of Intel®-based servers. Based on the newest Intel® server processor platform, Intrepid Modular Server System users can upgrade a single server with forward-compatible technology add-ons instead…

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