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Remember to Reseat

July 20, 2010 Computing

This is one of those lessons that I hate having to relearn, but it’s a valuable one.  You can take this one to the bank. Remember to reseat your system’s cables, drives and any other connections that can be disconnected. When you’ve checked all your event logs and the technical problem is clearly hardware-related, but [...]

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The Near Future of Memory

July 15, 2010 Computing

HP’s memristors are in the news again as they announce that they will be moving into production devices soon. The development of memristors was first suggested in 1971 by IEEE Fellow and nonlinear-circuit-theory pioneer Leon Chua, of the University of California, Berkeley, when he theorized the existence of a fourth basic integrated circuits element called [...]

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HP Renew and Synergy Associates

June 24, 2010 Computing

About a year ago I was looking to buy another HP Bladesystem but the cost was just not in our budget.  After a few quotes it was clear we were out of luck. Then, in desperation I searched Craigslist… then Amazon, Ebay… everywhere!  It took forever, but I finally found a distributor selling refurbished HP [...]

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HP Tech Forum 2010: Bladesystem Matrix

June 24, 2010 Computing

Bladesystem Matrix is a software solution based on the following components: HP Insight Control Environment HP Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager HP Insight Dynamics HP Insight Orchestration HP Insight Recovery HP Insight Remote Support Advanced This seems to be nothing more than a bundle.  Perhaps HP realized companies were sick of being nickled-and-dimed with each extra [...]

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HP Tech Forum 2010: EVA Continuous Access and Business Copy Updates and Futures

June 24, 2010 Computing

I was five minutes late to this session, so missed just a little information.  Without making you read to the end… this session was possibly the best one I attended.  Two presenters, Sheridan Kooyers, HP EVA Firmware Architect and Joseph Algieri, HP Master Solution Arechitect. Warning: Extremely technical post!  What follows is almost a stream [...]

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HP Tech Forum 2010: New EVA Product Introductions

June 23, 2010 Computing

This session by Tim Stelzner of HP was excellent — Mr. Stelzner clearly knows what he is talking about. First off — HP is moving storage technology towards something called the “Unified Virtual Pool” — all product platforms, D2D, X9000, P4000/EVA will evolve into this single platform.  And right now, the X9000 is here today [...]

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