Browsing Posts published on 3 January 2018

After few weeks of the recent Intel CPU security bug, not yet closed (considering that affect also the recent Skylake family), there are new threads on the CPU. Meltdown and Spectre are critical vulnerabilities existing in several modern CPU: these hardware bugs allow programs to steal data which is currently processed on the computer. Meltdown and Spectre can affect personal computers, mobile devices, server and several cloud services. Depending on the bug, the affected CPU are Intel processors (since 1995!), some AMD CPUs, and several ARM-based Samsung and Qualcomm system-on-chips used for mobile phones.

ioFABRIC Inc. is a data management company whose software solves data challenges while reducing complexity, and optimizing costs. It was founded in 2013 by an executive team that has worked together for more than 20 years is funded by private investors. Their main product, ioFABRIC Vicinity, is a multi-site, multi-cloud data fabric ensuring storage is always available, always protected, always evergreen. Vicinity creates a data fabric supporting applications running on legacy servers, VMs, containers, and clouds. Vicinity is sold through ioFABRIC’s reseller and distribution channel, through its powerful LEaD program. Partners sell Vicinity as licensed […]

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