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

Posted on June 6, 2015 by Rachel B

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 have just introduced a revolutionary new high-density flash memory architecture called 3D NAND. Traditional planar NAND architectures are…

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April means LinuxFest Northwest

Posted on April 4, 2015 by Rachel B

  Is it April already?! Well, that means it’s time once again for the open source community to descend on Bellingham Technical College for LinuxFest Northwest. For the twelfth time, Pogo Linux is proud to sponsor one of the nation’s largest conferences dedicated to all things Linux and open source. Every year, this event is bigger and better than…

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SCaLE 13x – Celebrating open source in Los Angeles

Posted on February 2, 2015 by Rachel B

Why should you come to SCaLE? For Pogo Linux, February means it’s time for our first open source conference of 2015. We’re making our annual pilgrimage to the Southland to exhibit at SCaLE 13x, the Southern California Linux Expo. Like the past few years, it’s at the Hilton LAX hotel from February 19th to 22nd.  We’ve been…

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The wait is over — Intel Core 4th Generation Haswell-based Linux Workstations are now available

Posted on June 6, 2013 by admin

In the past week, you may have already heard a lot about Intel’s new fourth-generation Core processors (codenamed “Haswell”), as they are being adopted in a slew of mobility products, such as the new Macbook Air announcement at WWCC and a next-generation fanless HP tablet to be released later this year. This speaks volumes to technology’s…

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