Fast emerging high-performance storage vendor gathers partner and prospects at Waiheke Island roundtable.
We kickstarted 2018 with some of our team participating in a cook night at Ronald McDonald House in Grafton.
The cook nights are designed so that volunteers can spend a few hours of their day to prepare and cook dinner and dessert for the families that stay at the Ronald McDonald houses. This takes away one more stress for the families, as after spending a long day at the hospital, the last thing that they want to think about doing is cooking dinner for their family.
We are humbled to have had the chance to take part and look forward to doing more work with RMHC in the future.
Spectrum is continuously looking to bring the most up-to-date and best technology to customers. By focusing on innovative data management solutions, we are the first company in New Zealand to sell INFINIDAT's InfiniBox enterprise storage. Options include "Infrastructure as a service" and on-premise.
The Spectrum team capped off the year and celebrated the holiday season by visiting Auckland Gliding Club to spend a day cruising the skies. Check out our recap video on the day. A big special thanks to Auckland Gliding Club and all the pilots, ground crew and members, especially Spectrum / AGC member Patrick Brennan for organising the day.
To understand the basis of Spectre and Meltdown, we need to go back in time. About two decades back in fact, to the 486 processor. Back then, the operating system presented the processor with a list of instructions which then dutifully executed them. From the first, to the last. In order. If a decision needed to me made - a fork in the road if you will - the processor would wait until the operating system told it whether to turn left or right. At some point, some very clever folk realised that a processor sitting and waiting wasn’t doing anything, and that this was extremely wasteful. What if we could avoid this time sitting around and doing nothing? Enter speculative execution...
Spectrum acquires top Linux skills!
In this demo video, we’ll show how the Actifio and Ansible integration enables the creation of 10 virtual copies of 1 TB Oracle DB in less than 5 minutes, and a true Virtual Database-as-a-Service offering.
Spectrum can migrate legacy Unix applications to supported platforms, often at low cost and low risk.