Intel introduces new Kaby Lake Core i7 CPUs

Posted on March 3, 2017 by admin
7th Gen Intel Core i7 Now Available

All compatible Pogo Linux workstations can now be configured with Intel’s brand new 7th gen Core i7 processors (aka Kaby Lake). Iterating on their outstanding Skylake architecture, Intel has made a number of optimizations. Here is a quick rundown of features for these new processors. ●  Improved 14 nm+ manufacturing process ●  Faster clock speeds…

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Global Namespaces, Simplified

Posted on March 3, 2017 by admin

As storage environments grow and appliances are added to expand capacity, it becomes increasingly difficult for users to manage their data across disparate sets of storage appliances. This, in turn, slows productivity. One traditional approach to solving this data management problem has been to use scale-out NAS solutions that provide visibility to all NAS shares…

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VR is for Linux, too! (Ready to try it?)

Posted on March 3, 2017 by admin
VR is now running on Linux

With the recent beta release of Steam VR for Linux, lots of developers and gamers are eager to take the plunge into VR apps in the Linux environment. Naturally, the Pogo Engineering Team got right to work configuring it on test systems here at Pogo HQ. Interested in giving this a try yourself? Read on……

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

Posted on March 3, 2017 by admin
Pogo Customer Profile: Scrypt, Inc.

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 compliance and document management. Their customers demand strict compliance with HIPPA and financial regulations, so…

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Now Available: The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

Posted on March 3, 2017 by admin

You may recall our recent blog post introducing the NVIDIA TITAN X™ GPU, which made desktop supercomputing a much more affordable proposition. Well, NVIDIA has just raised the bar again with the GTX 1080 Ti. The GTX 1080 Ti looks to be a compelling alternative to the Titan X. It’s much more affordable, and in many aspects,…

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