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Yesterday’s Scandal, Today’s Mandate: Antis Embraces Operation Choke Point as Policy

Opinion U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)- On Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) unabashedly embraced the tactics behind one of the most shameful policies of the Obama era, openly using the guise of her federal authority to berate and not so subtly threaten a bank for lawfully serving businesses that don’t reflect her political views. While the media did their best to protect Barack Obama and his administration from any hint of scandal, two gun related issues man...
Tags: Guns, Obama, Congress, White House, America, Barack Obama, Fbi, House, Wells Fargo, Nra, Sloan, House Financial Services Committee, OCP, Maloney, Carolyn Maloney, Gun Rights News


Microsoft open sources its data compression algorithm and hardware for the cloud

The amount of data that the big cloud computing providers now store is staggering, so it’s no surprise that most store all of this information as compressed data in some form or another — just like you used to zip your files back in the days of floppy disks, CD-ROMs and low-bandwidth connections. Typically, those systems are closely guarded secrets, but today, Microsoft open sourced the algorithm, hardware specification and Verilog source code for how it compresses data in its Azure cloud. Th...
Tags: Open Source, Cloud, Enterprise, Microsoft, Tech, Open Compute Project, OCP, Compression, Kushagra Vaid, Intel AMD Ampere Arm Marvell SiFive Broadcom


Growth of OCP Data Center Gear Sales Outpaces Expectations

Even when removing Facebook, Microsoft, and Rackspace from the equation, sales of OCP-certified hardware is expected to reach $10.7 billion by 2022.
Tags: Linux, Rackspace, OCP, Facebook Microsoft


Facebook's plan to eat the $127 billion data center market swallowed $2.5 billion last year, and will soon gobble more than $10 billion a year (FB)

The Open Compute Project was founded by Facebook several years ago to create faster, cheaper, designs for data center hardware that are free for anyone to use. It has become a wildly popular project, and now includes Microsoft, Google, Apple, Goldman Sachs and other big companies. A new report commissioned by OCP says that its hardware, excluding that bought by its board members like Facebook and Microsoft, has become a $2.5 billion market, and will grow to $10 billion in three years. Next up:...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Trends, Cisco, Bill Gates, Deutsche Telekom, Dell, Huawei, Mobile World Congress, Rackspace, Microsoft Google, OCP, Ericsson Nokia, VMware Cisco, Microsoft Google Apple Goldman Sachs


The Tactical Industry and the Erosion of Constitutional Rights

by Eric Dorenbush – Green Eye Tactical Benchmade assists Oregon City Police in the destruction of firearms U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Earlier this week, a Facebook post by the Oregon City Police went viral and resulted in severe backlash to the knife company Benchmade. Right up front, I want to restate, as I have in the past, that Green Eye Tactical trains RESPONSIBLE citizens. That is how I look at it. I don’t care if you are civilian, LE, Fed, Military, or whatever we will offer the same hig...
Tags: Facebook, Texas, Guns, Oregon, Iraq, Conservative, Law Enforcement, Afghanistan, Hillary Clinton, Connecticut, New Mexico, Nra, Benchmade, Oregon City, OCP, Albuquerque Journal


Meet Colonel RoboCop, KFC’s Latest Colonel Sanders

Meet Colonel RoboCop, KFC’s latest Colonel Sanders RoboCop is coming back out of retirement under a new identity: Colonel RoboCop. The fast-food chain KFC has also released a few commercials introducing Colonel RoboCop, it’s unclear if the man behind the mask is none other than original RoboCop star Peter Weller, but the voice sure sounds like the original OCP android himself. Check them out below and decide for yourself! (via Bloody Disgusting). PB = PB || {}; ...
Tags: Movies, Detroit, Darren Aronofsky, Robocop, Paul Verhoeven, Neill Blomkamp, Kfc, Extras, Sanders, Jason Alexander, Fred Dekker, OCP, Alex Murphy, Weller, Reba McEntire, Frank Miller


Redefining History

Last year, when Hurricane Irma, a monster Category 5 storm, barreled toward Florida’s southern peninsula and Homestead Air Reserve Base, The Air Force Reserve commander had a lot of decisions to make. Thankfully, history – in the form of Air Force historians – was on her side. jQuery(document).ready(function($){ // If multiple elements are selected, it will use the first element. var player = new Vimeo.Player($('#...
Tags: Japan, Florida, Washington, Germany, US, Georgia, Harvard, Military, Washington Dc, Pentagon, Air Force, Donald Duck, Walt Disney, Arnold, Agency, Wright Brothers


Los Angeles County’s child protection office says agency not to blame for death of 10-year-old Anthony Avalos

By Sara Tiano Two months after the death of 10-year-old Anthony Avalos, a report from the Los Angeles County Office of Child Protection (OCP) has determined that the county Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) took “considerable actions” to protect the child. In light of a forthcoming state audit about DCFS practices, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors discussed the report on Tuesday, including its recommendations for improving the county’s child welfare system. The goal of...
Tags: News, California, Government, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Los Angeles Times, Anthony, Board, Los Angeles County, Gabriel, Department, Fernandez, Lancaster, Board of Supervisors


Paul Keenan appointed head of global radio at Bauer

Changes at Bauer Media in Europe will see Paul Keenan, head of publishing UK, serve as head of the global radio business. Paul will now supervise Bauer’s radio stations in Poland, Slovakia, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland as well as the UK. It’s all part of Bauer Media Group’s new reporting structure of its Publishing Business, which and introduces global responsibilities for Radio, New Business and Online Comparison Platforms (OCP). The Publishing Business in continental Europe will report ...
Tags: Europe, UK, Top, People, Radio, Poland, Group, Eastern Europe, PAUL, Bauer, Australia New Zealand, UK USA, OCP, Bauer Media, Veit Dengler, Bauer Media Group


ECWCS question

Does the Gen III use epic like the PCU? I was issued and used the OCP ecwcs system when I was in but just bought a pair of PCU level 5 and it seems to be thicker then the ecwcs. Just curious if anyone knows if it's the same martial. Thanks! Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
Tags: Weapon, Reviews and questions, OCP


Dynamic Hybrid-SMR: an OCP proposal to improve data center disk drives

Early last year, we published a whitepaper on the need for new disks in data centers, and announced we were joining the Open Compute Project (OCP) to help drive innovation in IT infrastructure. Since then, we’ve been collaborating with members of the OCP storage project to align on a collection of common Cloud Hard Disk Drive (HDD) features and interfaces to adapt to exponentially growing storage needs in data centers.Today, we’re announcing that we’re sharing a proposal with OCP for Dynamic Hyb...
Tags: OCP, Google Cloud, Lawrence YingTed Ts’o, Lawrence YingTed Ts


Tech giants should leave internet policing up to AI, for the sake of humanity

30 years ago, Peter Weller took on the role as Robocop, a dystopian entity revived by mega corporation Omni Consumer Products (OCP) as a superhuman law enforcer running the Detroit Police Department. Badass cop, but maybe not the most effective one. Robocop had a fourth classified law never to arrest or attack anyone from OCP — the company that made it. But gone are the days when this sci-fi action film was perceived as just another fanatical blockbuster. We have entered an era that some perceiv...
Tags: Google, Startups, Facebook, Social Media, Artificial Intelligence, Detroit, Robocop, Contributors, YouTube Facebook, OCP, Peter Weller, Omni Consumer Products OCP


Biologists from MSU discovered the carotenoid transfer between 2 proteins

Specialists from the biological faculty of Moscow State University have studied the way the photoactive orange carotenoid protein (OCP) exchanges carotenoid with proteins of similar structure. The discovery will boost the development of OCP-based antioxidant drugs aimed at protecting healthy cells during cancer treatment. The paper was published in the Biophysical Journal.
Tags: Science, MSU, OCP, Moscow State University


Extreme Scale Infrastructure (ESI) Architects' POV Series

Stephen Rousset – Distinguished Eng., ESI Director of Architecture, Dell EMC For more than a decade, Dell EMC’s Extreme Scale Infrastructure (ESI) group has been working to help customers push at the boundaries of large scale data center computing. In that time, it has always been our mission to understand customers’ unique business requirements, provide deep industry expertise and develop solutions to match their specific needs. We understand that large-scale organizations are facing an unprec...
Tags: Council, EMC, Dell EMC, ESI, OCP, Stephen Rousset, Dell EMC s Extreme Scale Infrastructure ESI, Dell EMC ESI, Infrastructure Masons


The oral contraceptive’s PR problem

Recently in Missouri, a bill was proposed that would ban women on oral contraceptives (OCP) from working. In the world of politics, the use of contraceptives has been discussed ad nauseam, often without medical consideration. As physicians, in order to continue to uphold our Hippocratic Oath: “First do no harm,” it is imperative that we continue to challenge any law that goes against scientific evidence, and our voices must be heard loudly and often. The oral contraceptive pill has a PR problem,...
Tags: Health, Missouri, OCP, OB/GYN, Meds


Photoactivation mechanism of a carotenoid-based photoreceptor [Biochemistry]

Photoprotection is essential for efficient photosynthesis. Cyanobacteria have evolved a unique photoprotective mechanism mediated by a water-soluble carotenoid-based photoreceptor known as orange carotenoid protein (OCP). OCP undergoes large conformational changes in response to intense blue light, and the photoactivated OCP facilitates dissipation of excess energy via direct interaction with allophycocyanins...
Tags: OCP


Inside Facebook's plan to eat another $350 billion IT market (FB)

On an ordinary work day in mid-2016, a handful of Facebook engineers were sitting on the couches in a corner of the company's Menlo Park, California, headquarters when one of them tossed out a wacky idea. He suggested doing something that had never been done before and could potentially upend the $350 billion telecom market. "It can't be so difficult to build our own system," the engineer said, referring to the telecom equipment that sends data across cables and wireless networks, and which the ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, New York, Nokia, Americas, Trends, Cisco, Intel, Ireland, Paris, Deutsche Telekom, Telecom, Dell


AT&T just completed a first-of-its kind test ... and Cisco should be terrified (CSCO, JNPR)

A week ago, AT&T did something with network technology that's never been done before and companies like Cisco and Juniper Network should be terrified. AT&T ran a test using data from its customers that proved it can build a super-fast, reliable network with inexpensive no-name computer switches, some open source software and software from a startup. In industry speak: that no-name hardware devices AT&T used are  known as "white box" switches. But that's not all. AT&T's successful test, conducted...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Washington, Stanford, San Francisco, Trends, Cisco, Delta, Juniper, SDN, Broadcom, Linux Foundation, Cto, AT T, Nomura


Honeywell UOP researchers win plaudits by AICHE for Methanol-to-Olefins process

In Illinois, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers’ Fuels and Petrochemical Division has recognized four Honeywell scientists with the 2016 Industrial Research & Development Award for the development and commercialization of the UOP Advanced Methanol-to-Olefins process. The award recognizes the scientists’ work on the technology that converts methanol from sources such as coal and natural gas into the olefins that are the primary components in the manufacture of plastic resins, films and ...
Tags: Research, MTO, Illinois, San Antonio, Honeywell, Ineos, Uop, John Chen, Sapo, OCP, Methanol, Honeywell UOP, Olefins, AICHE for Methanol, UOP Advanced Methanol, Jim Rekoske


Facebook just fired four more shots into the belly of the $53 billion server market (FB)

In just six years, Facebook's Open Compute Project (OCP) has become a major phenom in the data center hardware industry that has attracted an almost cult-like following among engineers. And on Wednesday, Facebook upped the bar yet again. Facebook announced that it was giving away four new designs for brand-new types of computer servers invented at Facebook. Anyone can take these designs, modify them and use them, with contract manufacturers standing by to build them. Those contract manufacturers...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Ipo, Trends, Linkedin, Cisco, Idc, Quanta, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Facebook And Instagram, Bryce Canyon, OCP, Tioga Pass


A startup that was born out of the pain of building Apple's network has raised $25 million

SnapRoute, the startup created from Apple's former data center networking team, has raised a healthy series A round of financing of $25 million, led by Rama Sekhar Norwest Venture Partners. SnapRoute seemed to come from nowhere last year to take the computer network world by storm, launching a software product that is doing well with Facebook's growing family of Open Compute Project computer switches. It created so much buzz that it actually knocked Hewlett Packard Enterprise out from leading HP...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Yahoo, Trends, Siri, Cisco, Nasa, Rivers, Jerry Yang, Vmware, Microsoft Ventures, Arista Networks, Lightspeed, Forrester, Norwest, Arista


Executive Director, Green Music Center at Sonoma State University

Sonoma State University invites applications and nominations for the position of Executive Director of the Green Music Center, available in 2017.The Organization http://gmc.sonoma.edu/The Green Music Center (GMC), a premier performing arts venue in the California’s Bay area, is a state of the art educational and performance facility on the Sonoma State University campus and home to the SSU Music Department. Located in the heart of the Sonoma wine region, the GMC includes the magnificent 1,400-se...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Microsoft, California, University, Sonoma, Catherine, Gmc, Advisory Board, SSU, OCP, Sonoma State University, Weill Hall, Search Committee, North Bay Area


Cool Stuff: The Dark Knight Trilogy Print Set, Beauty and the Beast Replicas, Star Wars, Robocop, Guardians & More

Cool Stuff is your geek-a-rific Holiday Shopping Guide published all year round. In today’s edition we take a look at an awesome three-poster screenprint for Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight trilogy, the Egg Attack Darth Vader statue from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, a limited edition fine chine tea set replicating Mrs. Potts and Chip from Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast, Gentle Giant’s very cute Rocket and Groot statue from the Guardians of the Galaxy animated series and a highly...
Tags: Amazon, Art, Toys, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Disney, Beauty and the Beast, Darth Vader, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Robocop, Cool Stuff, Lucas, Vader, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, OCP, Peter Quill


Things are getting testy between two key players in Facebook's hugely important Open Compute Project

When Facebook launched its Open Compute Project back in 2011, it was hoping to radically change the multi-billion dollar computer hardware industry. And by nearly all accounts, it did — especially the computer networking industry. OCP creates open source hardware for data centers that includes servers, storage, networking equipment, and other stuff. Engineers can freely take hardware designs and collaborate and change them, with no intellectual property concerns. With the success of the organiza...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Trends, Michael Dell, Dell, Rivers, Boeing, Linux Foundation, Forrester, OCP, Cardenas


Cisco CEO to Facebook: There's room for both of us (CSCO, FB)

An unpextected company has been producing one game-changing innovation after another in computer networks: Facebook. But networking giant Cisco isn't worried. On Tuesday, at Business Insider's Ignition conference in New York, the CEO of networking giant Cisco, Chuck Robbins, said that he thought there's room for both companies. Facebook has been inventing so many unique ways to build computer networks, it's arguably been putting the multibillion computer networking industry to shame, including ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, New York, Microsoft, Trends, Cisco, Hewlett Packard, Robbins, Arista, OCP


Facebook is once again putting the $41 billion computer network industry to shame (FB)

Facebook has produced yet another computer network innovation that will once again floor the $41 billion network tech industry. And Facebook will again share it with the world for free, putting commercial network tech vendors on notice. (We're looking at you, Cisco). The new innovation, revealed on Tuesday, is something called Backpack and it's a second-generation computer switch, the successor to the one it released last year called the 6-Pack that directly challenged tech made by market leader...
Tags: Facebook, Trends, Linkedin, Cisco, McDonald, Accton, OCP, Facebook OCP, First Facebook


Now Facebook plans to eat the $500 billion telecom equipment market (FB)

After taking on the multibillion-dollar data center equipment industry, Facebook has now set its sights on the $500 billion telecom equipment market, too. On Tuesday it revealed several details of its plans. This includes a new computer network product invented at Facebook which it will freely share with the world, as well as a plan to design a new open source cellular wireless network.  Specifically, Facebook announced on Tuesday a piece of network equipment known as an optical switch that it n...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, China, Trends, Cisco, Seoul, Tip, SK Telecom, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, EITC, OCP, OCP Facebook, Jay Parikh


Microsoft open-sources half-baked Azure servers to boost OCP innovation

Redmond reckons open source hardware needs Alphas to fork with, just like open source code Microsoft thinks the Open Compute Project (OCP) moves a bit too slowly, so has tossed out some half-baked server designs in an effort to speed things along.…
Tags: Microsoft, Software, Redmond, OCP


Microsoft open sources its next-gen cloud hardware design

 Microsoft today open sourced its next-gen hyperscale cloud hardware design and contributed it to the Open Compute Project (OCP). Microsoft joined the OCP, which also includes Facebook, Google, Intel, IBM, Rackspace and many other cloud vendors, back in 2014. Over the last two years, it already contributed a number of server, networking and data center designs. With this new contribution,… Read More
Tags: TC, Cloud, Facebook, Storage, Enterprise, Microsoft, Cloud Storage, Cloud Computing, Tech, Computing, Data Centers, Rackspace, Open Compute Project, Open Source Hardware, OCP


A tiny startup called SnapRoute has overthrown Hewlett Packard Enterprise from leading its own project

On Monday, a tiny startup called SnapRoute is expected to make a startling announcement. It is swooping in and taking over technical leadership on a project called OpenSwitch that was formerly created and spearheaded by IT giant Hewlett-Packard Enterprise  HP is not leaving the project but will continue to be a member, a HP spokesperson tells us. Yet people close to the project are calling this a major coup for SnapRoute. "OpenSwitch has been decimated," said one person familiar with the situati...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Stanford, Trends, Cisco, Intel, Broadcom, Linux Foundation, Lightspeed, McDonald, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, McKeown, Apple Apple, OCP, HPE, Nicira