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On February 14 2017, there was an article posted by George Kerr on Cisco which talks about how Cisco has big plans to have a solution to its epic infrastructure. The solution that Cisco has provided deals mainly with electronic health records or EHRs. Digital media records have been the healthcare industry more seamless which reduces the number of errors and improve coordination of care.


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The carbon nanotube memory’s ship has finally came. Nantero made the non volatile random access memory or NRAM which has way passed its sell date. It seems as this this type of technology was not competitive as it is coming almost close to a decade later than other company’s launch dates. Because this NRAM use nanotube groups that are deposited randomly within a space on a substrate as opposed to being individually place in very specific places within a space, MRAN is able to easily mass produce these products.


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Tom Coughlin wrote an article for Forbes talking about how the computing industry is changing. There was a Persistent Memory Summit in San Jose which was held by Storage Networking Industry Association who show chased the major push that is called the SNIA Solid State Storage Initiative. Persistent Memory will be providing high performance solid state memory that can hold data longer than DRAM memory without even having to refresh the data on devices.


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When computers where invented their hardware parts were massive compared to what we have today, processing systems and memory storage would take the space of a room. Now a day what used to take the space of an entire room can fit inside your pocket, however, companies that are involved in high data processing even today and with how advanced computer hardware’s have become, it still may be an issue. Storing data for some companies, businesses and research facilities can be overwhelming and finding a solution is very critical. The Oklahoma Medial Research Foundation is facing a storage problem with their complex scientific data collection and they are looking for storage and backup solutions with SwuftStack object storage.


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Swiftech releases its latest graphic card with new stylish look and greater performance. It is an evolution from its previous series the ECO MODEL. The unique structure of the card is designed for graphic processors, voltage regulators and VRAM models. Equipped with a thermal pad that have been installed for the latter parts. They have also included a tube of Swiftechs very own Tim-Mate 2 Thermal grease to be able to seal the empty gaps where there is unwanted access airflow. There are various components that attached to the water block alongside a 1mm gap filler.


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Many people face a lot of issues with memory space. Whether it is memory space on phones, tablets and anything really. A lot of people have a lot of memories such as pictured and music and so on their phone. many enjoy looking through old pics and listen to older music they used to listen to. But unfortunately, there is not enough memory space for a lot of the things on phones. Usually the data fills up quickly especially with a lot of the applications that can be downloaded on the phones.


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Many people are always seeking for the best options when it comes to SD cards.  There are many types and many different ones that are currently being offered. There are many different types and many different productions of them. Many are good and many are not as good. Therefore, StartTech has released a new idea.


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Mostly everyone has a mobile device these days. Now of course there are some exceptions to that but we can safely say that many people do have access to own a mobile device and many uses it for personal and professional needs.  Mobile devices can carry a lot of stuff. Users save music, images, books. All sorts of information that needs a lot of memory. This new generation of smart phones do not have a lot of capacity to save a lot stuff on it. The bigger the capacity of memory cards the better.


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Adata is always looking for ways to improve their products. Even though the products that they currently have are excellent they are always on the daily looking for better improved products and this is exactly what sets them apart. For example, they recently announced a new product in their XPG DDR4 family called the “XPG Flame, this new product is excellent and an improved version of what they had before. ' The main different between the new and the old line is that is has a heat spreader and the new memory will be available in both U-DIMM and SO-DIMM models.


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On September 27th 2016, Bryce Smith wrote an article for Hot Hardware reviewing the new SanDisk Extreme 510 which is the company’s new storage device. The SanDisk Extreme 510 was targeted towards photographers, videographers and creative professionals. The SanDisk Extreme has a storage capacity of 480 GB which uses a USB to connect to PC’s. This product can read up to 430 MB/s and can write approximately 400 MB/s using a 3.0 USB connection.


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