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NASA outlined its technical roadmaps designed to support missions over the next two decades. There are many cloud, supercomputing, autonomous computing, robotics, and big data points to ponder.
Will the 'data center of everything' be too much for humans to handle?
Solar-powered surfing robots will track Great Whites in the Pacific Ocean and transmit data back to shore.
By the end of this decade it could be possible to automate datacentres to the point where humans need never enter them. The robotic datacentre could mean profound changes for the cloud
Why winners win; robots and humans; professional pyrotechnics; personalized city services; data development for public transit.
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As a small business grows the need for additional data storage grows with it. One of the most cost effective ways to add storage capacity is with a Storage Area Network (SAN) server. If your business has reached the point where SAN capacity is vital to continued operations, then perhaps it is time to consider the Drobo B800i.
Cloud computing could give robots the ability to process more data, analyze situations and form groups while preserving battery life, according to Google project managers.
Data Robotics, maker of the Drobo desktop and network storage products based on the company's proprietary BeyondRAID technology, has announced a new range targeted at small and medium-sized businesses.
With Microsoft's next generation Home Server dropping support for its storage fabric technology, Data Robotics' Drobo offers an alternative approach to building large amounts of storage using mis-matched disks. Unlike traditional RAID arrays which require all the disks used to be identical in size, Drobo's BeyondRAID storage array allows you to increase the amount of storage in an array each time you add or replace a pair of larger disks.
Data Robotics launched a new Drobo S system, which uses USB 3.0 technology, and landed Hewlett-Packard as a reseller to small businesses.
Data Robotics' new Drobo Pro FS is a beefed-up version of the 5-bay Drobo FS, which introduced an integrated NAS server and Gigabit Ethernet connectivity to the company's previously direct-attached range of 'self-managing' storage products for small and medium-sized businesses.
Data Robotics launched the DroboPro FS, which aims to make it easier for small businesses to deploy network storage and offsite backup.
We caught up with Tom Buiocchi, CEO of Data Robotics, to talk storage, Drobo, virtualization and the prosumer and SMB markets.
The space agency will call on all of us to help analyze data collected by NASA robots.
Data Robotics has taken its self-managing storage technology and added dedicated iSCSI Gigabit interfaces to create a fast, reliable and extremely usable small-business SAN appliance.
Data Robotics, the company behind the Drobo range of 'self-managing, self-healing storage solutions' for small businesses and creative professionals, has launched two new additions to its product line — one aimed at each of its target markets.Drobo EliteFor SMEs looking to implement an iSCSI SAN, the 8-drive Drobo Elite extends the functionality of the Editors' Choice-winning Drobo Pro to include multi-host support for consolidating storage across several servers (up to 16).
Data Robotics on Monday announced the enterprise-ready DroboElite and the five-bay Drobo S, which both join the standard 4-bay Drobo and the popular eight-bay DroboPro.
DroboPro is a business-class RAID storage array that accepts virtually any SATA disk on the market, supports iSCSI and pretty much looks after itself. What more could you want?
Drobo Pro is a business-class RAID storage array that accepts virtually any SATA disk on the market, supports iSCSI and pretty much looks after itself. What more could you want?
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