• How to inventory server storage with PowerShell
    Making inventories of computer storage, particularly on severs, is complex due to the number of factors involved. There might be multiple physical media devices each of which contains multiple logical volumes. Volumes could span multiple disks with hardware or software-based RAID configurations. Each volume could be configured with its own... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • About that 'alarming' chip shortage — don't count on new fab plants to help quickly
    A US Commerce Department report says the computer chip shortage is even worse than thought; at one point in 2021 there was just a five-day supply worldwide, and there's no sign the situation will improve anytime soon.... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • Hashing out the hash command on Linux
    When you type “hash” on a Linux system, you could get one of two very different responses depending on the shell you are using.If you are using bash or a related shell such as ksh, you should see a list of the commands that you have used since your terminal... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • Meta plans the world’s fastest supercomputer for AI
    Facebook’s parent company Meta said it is building the world's largest AI supercomputer to power machine-learning and natural language processing for building its metaverse project.The new machine, called the Research Super Computer (RSC), will contain 16,000 Nvidia A100 GPUs and 4,000 AMD Epyc Rome 7742 processors. It has 2,000 Nvidia... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • Cisco weds collaboration and SD-WAN
    Looking to offer branch offices and hybrid workers secure access to corporate collaboration, Cisco is melding its Webex software with a key component of its SD-WAN package.Webex collaboration software is being added to the applications supported by Cloud OnRamp--a key part of Cisco’s enterprise SD-WAN offering that links branch-offices or... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • Dell expands Apex cloud and on-prem storage options
    Dell Technologies is charging ahead with its Apex consumption-based sales portfolio with a total of seven new launches, while also expanding its public cloud integration for a broader multi-cloud experience for its customers.Dell sees the writing on the wall and that the future is hybrid and multicloud. Today, 92% of... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • 5G deployment near US airports slowed for now
    5G deployments are proceeding around the country, albeit more slowly, after a partial agreement between the FCC and the FAA about the potential danger of 5G transmissions generated too strong and too close to airports on bandwidths adjacent to the spectrum used by airplane altimeters.President Biden announced that Verizon and... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • 6G exploratory group to be led by wireless heavyweights
    The FCC has named 44 people to a technological advisory council tasked with exploring the possibilities of 6G wireless connectivity, a large proportion of the council’s members being drawn from the ranks of the country’s biggest networking-technology corporations.The chair of the committee will be a former Qualcomm executive, Dean Brenner.... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • BrandPost: FedRAMP Helps Secure Federal and Other Networks as They Transition to Cloud
    By: Dolan Sullivan, Vice President of Federal at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company.Recently, it seems like you can’t go more than a few days without hearing about another significant cyberattack. From oil pipelines and meat producers to hospitals and city water supplies, no segment of our nation’s critical infrastructure... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • BrandPost: Zero Trust Should Apply Everywhere
    An old saying in sales is that "a confused mind does nothing." That truism certainly applies in the case of the zero-trust security model. Although a lot of people talk about zero trust, a far smaller percentage are actually doing anything about it. Because of the growing number of attacks,... Read more
    Source: Networkworld