Pogo fights for children’s literacy – you can help!

Posted on April 4, 2016 by Rachel B
Help Page Ahead fight for children's literacy

As tech-savvy internet dwellers, we take the ability to read for granted. However, did you know that in Washington state, only 36% of children from low income families can read at a basic level, versus 68% of their middle and upper income counterparts?1 In addition, did you know that kids who don’t read at grade level…

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Pogo Linux on Bad Voltage!

Posted on March 3, 2016 by admin
Pogo Linux visits Bad Voltage

Last week, Pogo Linux CEO Erik Logan was interviewed on Episode 62 of the popular technology podcast, “Bad Voltage.” Bad Voltage has become renowned for their irreverent takes on open source, technology, politics, gaming, music, and the internet. Equally importantly, they are renowned for their activities in support of the open source community. Pogo Linux has worked…

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Ubuntu with RAID 1 – Whatever It Takes

Posted on November 11, 2015 by admin
mirrored SSD

One of the reasons people trust Pogo Linux to help them solve their IT challenges is they know how much research and development goes into our products. Our engineering team leaves no stone unturned in the process of certifying our systems. Our clients often need custom RAID configurations on their servers and workstations. Most of…

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3D XPoint: Intel and Micron disrupt the memory industry

Posted on August 8, 2015 by admin
Introducing 3D XPoint

The first new class of memory in 25 years 1989 was a good year. Gas was less than a dollar per gallon; Intel unveiled the 486 series CPU; the Berlin Wall came down; and Nintendo released the first Game Boy. There was also a milestone you may not remember: 1989 was the the last time…

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Ultimate Computing Power in a Nearly Silent Workstation

Posted on July 7, 2015 by admin

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 a room with a jet engine. Why are systems so loud? As you probably know,…

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