Media Storage Highlighted at SIGGRAPH 2019

Posted on August 8, 2019 by Rachel Bromage
SIGGRAPH 2019 Pogo media storage

We’re back from SIGGRAPH! Pogo just spent an engaging week in Los Angeles hosting a booth at SIGGRAPH 2019 and eating terrific Mexican food. It’s always fun rubbing elbows with several thousand creative techies. SIGGRAPH is a long running expo that focuses on computer graphics and interactive technologies. At our booth, we showcased our storage…

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OSNEXUS and Pogo Linux Announce New Storage Appliance for Media & Entertainment

Posted on July 7, 2019 by rawee.k

  LOS ANGELES, Calif., July 29, 2019 – OSNEXUS, the leading developer of grid-scale software-defined storage solutions, and Pogo Linux, a leading provider of server and storage products, today announced the new StorageDirector Q-Series system that delivers a simplified and scalable content distribution and storage solution for media, entertainment and broadcast users. OSNEXUS and Pogo Linux…

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See us at SIGGRAPH ’19 in Los Angeles

Posted on July 7, 2019 by rawee.k

Sunny Los Angeles, here we come! Learn the latest innovations in computer graphics, VR, animation, gaming and interactive media at SIGGRAPH 2019 from July 30 thru August 1st.  Connect with interactive media and digital content peers, while taking part in workshops across production and animation, research and education, arts and design, gaming and interactive technologies….

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Pogo Returns to the GNU South

Posted on May 5, 2019 by Rachel Bromage
Southeast Linuxfest

On June 14th, Pogo will return to North Carolina for SouthEast LinuxFest. Over the years this show has become an important part of our show calendar. Here’s why. What is it? To quote liberally from the SouthEast LinuxFest website: SouthEast LinuxFest is a community event for anyone who wants to learn more about Linux and…

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All Aboard the NVM Express

Posted on April 4, 2018 by Rachel Bromage
All aboard the NVM Express

Flash memory technology continues to evolve. We are transitioning away from spinning platters, as we move toward an all-flash future. It has been apparent for some time that solid state storage devices have been bottlenecked by the interface through which they connect to the rest of the system. Interfaces such as SCSI, SATA, and SAS have been terrific for…

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