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Published on: September 30, 2014 by Irina

A global leader in high-performance and high-efficiency server and storage technology, Supermicro is releasing its most extensive line of X10 Server Building Block Solutions this week in San Francisco at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2014. This line features the new Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600/1600 v3 family. Supermicro's new 1U/2U Ultra SuperServer® solutions will be one of the main highlights at the show. Combined with the latest Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3, this server provides outstanding performance up to and impressive 1.5TB of DDR4 2133MHz Reg ECC memory in 24x DIMMs and Intel® Xeon® Phi' coprocessor support. The new adaptable Ultra architecture easily supports dual or quad port 1G, 10GBASE-T, 10G SFP+, 40G Ethernet InfiniBand options, 12Gb/s SAS3 with hardware RAID, hot-swappable NVMe storage, and up to either eight PCI-E 3.0 Add-on-Cards (AoC) in 1U or four AoCs in 2U. To top it off with, each customizable solution is equipped with Supermicro’s new Titanium level high-efficiency Digital power supplies that help cut power consumption while boosting performance per and giving you more bang for your buck. The vast X10 line consists of dual and uni-processor solutions which are available in a wide range of DP/UP motherboards on many different platforms such as TwinPro', MicroBlade, FatTwin', SuperBlade®,  Intel® Xeon® Phi' coprocessor, SuperStorage, SuperWorkstation, Data Center Optimized (DCO) and Data Center Optimized (DCO).


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Published on: August 28, 2013 by Mike

Ajenti 1.0 is a web interface for administrators of Linux servers and web developers.

The version 1.0 of Ajenti web-panel/interface for managing Linux servers was released being designed for hosters, administrators, web developers, hardware vendors and those users who would like to configure their Linux OS via a web interface.

Ajenti includes dozens of pre-configured extensions for managing Debian GNU/Linux, Ubuntu, RHEL and CentOS, as well as server and system software such as Apache, BIND9, Cron, CTDB, DHCPD, NFSD, iptables, Munin, MySQL, Netatalk, NGINX, PostgreSQL, Samba, lm-sensors, Squid 3, Supervisor, etc.

It has almost everything to meet administrators’ needs including fast and responsive interface, low memory consumption and easy-to-use tools such as file manager, terminal and code editor.

Look and feel of the interface: Dashboard, Hosts, Nginx, Filesystems

Data on the packages for: Debian GNU/Linux, Ubuntu, RHEL and CentOS


Software, Ajenti, WebPanel, Interface, Administration, Web developers, Panel, Servers, Admin,

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Published on: August 26, 2013 by Mike

There is nothing new under the sun. Well-known torrent P2P file sharing technology has got a new shape.  This is BTSync file sharing system. As well as classic torrent system, btsync allows you to do things independently and anonymously. 256 bit AES encryption protects your data so you do not have to worry about hierarchy of security measures usually vital for any traditional file sharing service.

So, let’s have a closer look at BTSync from the end user’s perspective. BTSync is just an application that can be installed on your PC or Mac in few clicks. Extremely comprehensive GUI allows you to start working with the application even without opening a user’s manual.  If you are able to copy and paste a file from one folder to another, do not worry- “btsync” application will not make any trouble for you. In general BTSync technology allows you to synchronize specific folders between your devices. The service is absolutely decentralized due to P2P technology. More devices connected better performance is. This the main thing that makes BTSync different from other solutions. You do not depend on anyone anymore.


Cloud, Storage, BTsync, P2P, Cloud hosting, File storage, BTsync servers, BitTorrent sync

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