Now this is a good use of Artificial Intelligence for those of us who can’t draw? With Google’s new AutoDraw, it’s no biggie since your sketches will be replaced by figures from actual artists.
The buzz is here is that the AMD CPU can beat out Intel’s Core i7 line with half the price, sounds interesting?
See the following article from makeuseof.com:
We take a deep dive on hard drive performance stats from 73,653 hard drives. What are the most reliable hard drives by size, manufacturer, and model?
Folks at Backblaze has done their hard drive reliability benchmark statistics for 2016.
Taking a look at the statistics by manufacturer, looks like HGST is the most reliable one.
We took a look at a few common cloud-based storage services and compare their free offerings, their lowest paid offerings, and their feature sets. This way, it would be easy to see which cloud-based storage system works best for different users and their budgets.
If you are in the market for online storage, take a look at this comparison by Supersite.
61,590 hard drives were used in our data center during Q1, 2016. We take a deep dive into the usage to see what we can learn about their performance.
The folks at Backblaze has provided an updated report on their hard drives usage statistics for 2016. This is a good reference for those that are in the market for hard drive purchase. Refer to the article below from Backblaze.
Summary: Again HGST seems to have the lowest failure rates amongst the hard drives vendors used
The top five public clouds pile on the services and options, while adding unique twists
Looking to buy a hard drive, take a look at the following article on hard drive reliability by Backblaze.
Summary: Looks like HGST has the lowest failure rate
In 2015 we ran 56,224 hard drives in our datacenter. In this post we review the reliability of the Seagate, HGST, Toshiba, and Western Digital drives.