Naarak Studio Launches iCollections to Help Mac Users Organize Their Computer Storage

November 25, 2020 – Thanks to iCollections by Naarak Studio, Mac users can now organize their apps and files with the 64-bit application written exclusively for Mac. iCollections effectively fixes the challenges that come with cluttered desktops and allows users to have a clean, productive, and enjoyable experience with the Mac.

According to users, iCollections comes with many impressive features. One of such features is a photo frame that enables users to display their favorite images on their desktop. Users can also gain access to available drives on their computer with the Disk Panel feature. The Folder View is another fan-favorite, it enables users to group items right on their desktops. Users will also organize desktop items based on types using the Collection feature. An ultra-convenient desktop organizer, iCollections is a great tool with calendar scheduling and a plethora of other features.

With iCollections, users can save valuable time and

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Computer Storage Devices Market Projected to Witness Vigorous Expansion by 2021 to 2030| Western Digital Technologies, Kingston Technology

Pune, Maharashtra, India, November 25 2020 (Wiredrelease) Prudour Pvt. Ltd :The Global Computer Storage Devices Market 2021 size will derive growth from climb clinical trials in the up-comping years and delivers a scrupulous analysis of the market by value, production capacity, leading key players, sorts and applications with the region, etc. To boost growth during this time period report analyzes in detail for the potential risks and opportunities, which can be focused on Computer Storage Devices market. This research work provides the newest industry data and future trends, allowing you to identify the products and end users driving Revenue growth and profitability. The report assesses the key opportunities in the market and outlines the factors that are and will be driving the growth of the Market Research industry.

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KIOXIA Updates KumoScale for Faster NVMe-oF Container Storage

The data storage and protection company formerly known as Toshiba Memory America, Inc.–now called KIOXIA (phonetically kee-oh-sha) America, Inc.–has introduced a new set of functions in its home-built KumoScale storage software. 

The new features bring a next-gen networked storage approach to applications managed by the Kubernetes framework while delivering the speed of NVMe flash. KumoScale software can now serve as a container host, providing managed NVMe volumes to storage applications such as distributed file systems and object stores, running locally on KumoScale storage nodes. 

Additionally, these new capabilities and applications, along with other KumoScale control-plane services, are deployed and managed via what the company calls a Kubernetes “micro-cluster.” This results in a flexible infrastructure that can serve block, file and object storage simultaneously to Kubernetes, OpenStack, and bare metal clients.

Designed to improve the performance of client, server and storage systems, the NVMe-oF specification is driving new performance levels for

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KIOXIA’s KumoScale Software Brings Faster NVMe-oF Storage to Containers

New Features for Kubernetes Deployments Highlighted at KubeCon

KIOXIA America, Inc. (formerly Toshiba Memory America, Inc.) has introduced a broad new set of capabilities in its KumoScale™ storage software. The new features bring the rich functionality and durability of networked storage to applications managed by the Kubernetes® framework, while delivering the exceptional performance of NVMe® flash. KumoScale software can now serve as a container host, providing managed NVMe volumes to storage applications such as distributed file systems and object stores, running locally on KumoScale storage nodes. Additionally, these new capabilities and applications, along with other KumoScale control-plane services, are deployed and managed via a Kubernetes “micro-cluster”. This results in a flexible infrastructure that can serve block, file, and object storage simultaneously to Kubernetes, OpenStack®, and bare metal clients. KIOXIA will demonstrate KumoScale software’s new Kubernetes storage features at the virtual KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2020

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Revolutionary computer chip could merge compute and storage in one

In a major engineering milestone, engineers have created a new circuit that combines two integral parts of a computer chip, with the potential to revolutionize everything from IoT devices to data centers.

The new chips are created with a new 2D material that helps the chips combine logic operations and memory functions, in turn saving considerable amounts of energy.

The development comes courtesy of researchers at the Swiss research institute, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Working at the EPFL’s Laboratory of Nanoscale Electronics and Structures (LANES), the researchers used a new 2D material to combine compute and storage.

More bang for the buck

Talking about the benefits of the new chip, Andras Kis, the head of LANES says the new chip “opens the door to devices that are smaller, more powerful and more energy efficient.”

The energy efficiency of computer chips is governed by the von Neumann architecture, which

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Australia’s critical infrastructure definition to span communications, data storage, space

The federal government on Monday published an exposure draft on the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure) Bill 2020. It seeks to amend the Security of Critical Infrastructure Act 2018 to implement “an enhanced framework to uplift the security and resilience of Australia’s critical infrastructure”.

The Australian government’s Critical Infrastructure Resilience Strategy currently defines critical infrastructure as: “Those physical facilities, supply chains, information technologies, and communication networks, which if destroyed, degraded, or rendered unavailable for an extended period, would significantly impact the social or economic wellbeing of the nation, or affect Australia’s ability to conduct national defence and ensure national security”.

Within the broad definition of critical infrastructure, the Act currently places regulatory obligations on specific entities in the electricity, gas, water, and maritime ports sectors.

“However, as the security landscape evolves, so must our approach to managing risk across all critical infrastructure sectors,” the Bill’s explanatory document [PDF] said. 

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EPFL engineers develop a computer chip with logic and data storage on a single architecture

Engineers at EPFL have made a breakthrough in electronics with the development of a computer chip combining logic operations and data storage into a single architecture. The breakthrough paves the way for more efficient computing devices in the future. The breakthrough came from the EPFL’s Laboratory of Nanoscale Electronics and Structures.

Engineers say the architecture could have major benefits for artificial intelligence systems. The tech is the first to use a 2D material for a logic-in-memory architecture. That architecture combines both logic and memory functions. The energy efficiency of computer chips is traditionally limited by the von Neumann architecture currently used with data processing and data storage in two separate units.

Having data processing and storage in separate units means data has to be transferred continuously between the two using up time and energy. Combining processing and storage into a single architecture allows a reduction of both time and energy

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Global Oil and Gas Liquids Storage Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook to 2024

Summary Global liquids storage capacity is expected to grow by 8. 0 percent during the outlook period 2020-2024, from 8,310 million barrels (mmbbl) in 2020 to 8,971 mmbbl by 2024.

New York, Nov. 03, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Oil and Gas Liquids Storage Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook to 2024 – Asia Spearheads Global Liquids Storage Capacity Growth” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05981808/?utm_source=GNW
Over the next four years, Asia, North America and the Middle East are expected to be the top three regions globally in terms of liquids storage capacity growth. Among countries, the US is expected to lead liquids storage capacity growth by 2024, followed by China and the Indonesia.

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– Historical liquids storage capacities data from 2014 to 2019, outlook up to 2024
– Annual breakdown of new-build and expansion capital expenditure on active, planned, and announced liquids storage projects for the

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World’s record entanglement storage sets up a milestone for Quantum Internet Alliance

World’s record entanglement storage sets up a milestone for the European Quantum Internet Alliance
The Quantum Internet Alliance consortium is part of the first phase of funding of the EU quantum flagship. Credit: QuTech-Delft

Researchers from Sorbonne University in Paris have achieved a highly efficient transfer of quantum entanglement into and out of two quantum memory devices. This achievement brings a key ingredient for the scalability of a future quantum internet.


A quantum internet that connects multiple locations is a key step in quantum technology roadmaps worldwide. In this context, the European Quantum Flagship Programme launched the Quantum Internet Alliance in 2018. This consortium coordinated by Stephanie Wehner (QuTech-Delft) consists of 12 leading research groups at universities from eight European countries, in close cooperation with over 20 companies and institutes. They combined their resources and areas of expertise to develop a blueprint for a future quantum internet and the required technologies.

A quantum internet uses an intriguing quantum phenomenon to connect different nodes in

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Intel Agrees to Sell Storage Unit to SK Hynix for $9 Billion

(Bloomberg) — Intel Corp. agreed to sell its Nand memory unit to South Korea’s SK Hynix Inc. for about $9 billion, a deal that allows the U.S. chipmaker to concentrate on its main business while shoring up the Asian company’s position in a booming market.



a close up of a device: SK Hynix Inc. 32GB Double-Data-Rate (DDR) 4 memory modules are arranged for a photograph at the company's office in Seongnam, South Korea, on Monday, July 22, 2019. SK Hynix is scheduled to release earnings figures on July 25.


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SK Hynix Inc. 32GB Double-Data-Rate (DDR) 4 memory modules are arranged for a photograph at the company’s office in Seongnam, South Korea, on Monday, July 22, 2019. SK Hynix is scheduled to release earnings figures on July 25.

The chipmaker will pay 10.3 trillion won for the Intel unit, which makes flash memory components for computers and other devices. The acquisition, which will take place in stages through 2025, includes Intel’s solid-state drive, Nand flash and wafer businesses, as well as a production facility in the northeastern Chinese city of Dalian.

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The deal should shore up Hynix’s position in a business

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