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1.3 GHz, built-to-order MacBooks begin preparing to ship following charges

Apple has started to charge the credit cards of customers who ordered the highest-end 1.3GHz version of the 12-inch MacBook, according to emails from… 118 more words

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Cisco Router/Switch Boot Sequence

Types of memory

Generally Cisco routers (and switches) contain four types of memory:

Read-Only Memory (ROM): ROM stores the router’s bootstrap startup program, operating system software, and power-on diagnostic test programs (POST). 369 more words


Storage News and Insight for the week of 3-28 - Podcast

George Crump and Eric Slack join me on this week’s News and Insights podcast from Storage Switzerland.

Links to items we discussed in this week’s news and insights podcast: 43 more words


Unlock your write protected Flash memory

Today  one of my friends ask me to how he can unlock a write protected flash memory  , as you know on most of SD cards there is a tiny button that you can lock your SD card manually by pushing it down  some of flash memories also have this button ,but in this case I didn’t see any button to lock flash memory manually after checking many solution i found out that below solutions are best ways to solve this problem , follow instruction carefully and unlock your write protected… 82 more words


Paris Oracle Meetup (Jeudi 26 Mars 2015 @ 7pm)

A quick post to say that this week, on Thursday 26th, I will be giving a talk (in English!) on the subject of Flash for DBAs (and architects, designers, developers, managers etc) at the… 115 more words


Postcards from Storageland: Three Years At Violin

A few weeks ago, in what seems to be a truly modern phenomenon, I became aware that it was my third anniversary of joining Violin after I noticed a number of people congratulating me on LinkedIn. 974 more words


Infiniflash could make hard disks (and tape) redundant

A couple of weeks ago, Sandisk, the storage vendor better known for its memory cards, announced the release of a new product, called Infiniflash, one that promises to commoditise flash within the enterprise. 421 more words


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