Debian 10 Review By Ars Technica





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Scott Gilbertson at Ars Technica reviews the latest release of Debian. He wrote: […] Continue Reading…

Wi-Fi 6 Adoption: It’s All in the Timing | IT Infrastructure Advice, Discussion, Community


The Wi-Fi 6 era is nearly here. The next-generation wireless technology, widely known as IEEE 802.11ax before the Wi-Fi Alliance introduced a new consumer-friendly naming structure, is expected to arrive before the end of the year. A certification program to ensure Wi-Fi 6-labeled devices meet industry agreed-upon standards for interoperability and security is due in the third quarter.
Wi-Fi 6, which will eventually supplant the 802.11ac (or Wi-Fi 5) standard that most current networks and devices run, promises several […] Continue Reading…

Radeon RADV Vulkan Driver Tackling NGG Stream-Out

One of the areas the RadeonSI OpenGL and RADV/AMDVLK Vulkan drivers have had a challenging time promptly support with AMD Navi GPUs has been the NGG (Next-Gen Geometry) functionality but it’s slowly getting worked out.
The NGG engine support has required various fixes to the graphics drivers, Navi 14 NGG support is borked, and various other Next-Gen Geometry support issues in the Navi driver code. At least on the software side the open-source developers have continued to improve the […] Continue Reading…

IBM Buries The Hatchet Between Red Hat And Cloud Foundry





IBM has buried the hatchet between Red Hat and Cloud Foundry by bringing its […] Continue Reading…

Intel’s Gallium3D Driver Is Running Much Faster Than Their Current OpenGL Linux Driver With Mesa 19.3

Last month I did some fresh benchmarks of Intel’s new open-source OpenGL Linux driver with Mesa 19.2 and those results were looking good as tested with a Core i9 9900K. Since then, more Intel Gallium3D driver improvements have landed for what will become Mesa 19.3 next quarter. In taking another look at their former/current and new OpenGL drivers, here are fresh benchmarks of the latest code using a Core i7 8700K desktop as well as a Core i7 […] Continue Reading…