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Lunduke’s Light Show

You may recall a couple of months ago, to help commemorate our 20th anniversary, we sent Bryan Lunduke a fully customized powerhouse workstation. We then guested on The Lunduke Show to talk to Bryan about it, running through all the specs. During that … Continue reading

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Bryan Lunduke’s New Powerhouse Workstation

If you’re part of the Linux and the open source community, Bryan Lunduke probably needs no introduction. Bryan has reported in from the front lines of the tech industry for many years, across various media. Bryan is also a sought-after speaker at … Continue reading

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Pogo Unveils syGlass Certified VR Workstations

Today, we are proud to to unveil a new partnership! We have teamed up with IstoVisio to bring you an exclusive line of syGlass Certified VR workstations. syGlass is a scientific data visualization application that enables researchers to work hands-on with their data in … Continue reading

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Intel Xeon SP – A datacenter on your desk

Earlier this month, we were proud to announce the all-new Intel™ Xeon™ SP family, making it available to you in our new line of servers.  Intel heralded their new platform as the “Biggest data center platform advancement in a decade.” As … Continue reading

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Finally an EPYC Desktop

Last month, we were proud to announce the all-new AMD EPYC processor, making it available to you in our new line of servers.  As pleased as we’ve been with the performance of the new servers, it should go without saying that … Continue reading

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