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IBM launches LinuxONE: Linux-only Mainframe Systems

IBM launches LinuxONE: Linux-only Mainframe Systems

Aug 18, 2015
World's largest hardware supplier of mainframe computers IBM (International Business Machine) Corp. has launched two mainframe servers that run only on Linux operating system. IBM used RAS as a term to describe the strength of the mainframe computers; RSA stands for R eliability, A vailability, and S erviceability. However, IBM has now added a new feather to its mainframe servers in an effort to increase the open source software combined with mainframe hardware RAS. Dubbed LinuxONE , the new mainframe servers comes with two different flavors: LinuxONE Emperor for large enterprises and runs on the IBM z13 LinuxONE Rockhopper designed for mid-size businesses The IBM LinuxONE Emperor is capable of ultimate flexibility, scalability, performance and trust for business critical Linux applications whereas… The IBM LinuxONE Rockhopper offers all the same great capabilities, value and innovation of LinuxONE system with the flexibility of a small package with g
MegaChat — Kim Dotcom launches end-to-end encrypted Video Calling Service

MegaChat — Kim Dotcom launches end-to-end encrypted Video Calling Service

Jan 22, 2015
Are you worried about your privacy? Its Obvious because of a Hacker or the government could be snooping in your emails, voice or video calls. The Famous Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom , who introduced legendary Megaupload and Mega file sharing services to the World, has now released its latest encrypted communication software for video calling, messaging and chat. Kim Doctom's file-sharing site Mega has launched the public beta of its end-to-end encrypted video and audio chat service called " MegaChat ", which the company says gives better protection than alternatives such as Skype and Google Hangouts. MegaChat is currently free to use and right now just provides browser-based audio and video calls, but Mr. Dotcom said on Twitter "Text chat and video conferencing will follow soon," HOW TO USE MEGACHAT Create a Mega account. Simply log in via the web browser and click on the Conversations icon provided on the left-hand side  Contacts will need their own M
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