NASA news stories
NASA is migrating back to on-premises 640 TB all-flash mission-critical storage
NASA is migrating back to on-premises high-density storage technology, using Storbyte and StorONE.
New Zealand and NASA partner up, allowing Aotearoa to grow space industry, minister says
New Zealand and NASA have partnered up under the multi-lateral Artemis Accords, in an effort to enhance space exploration efforts.
NASA's cybersecurity incidents rose 266% last year
The aeronautical organisation holds data relating to US national security, intellectual property and other sensitive data which could pose a serious risk if lost to data breaches.
Mines, underwater, outer space - the weirdest data centers on Earth and beyond
Demand for data is exploding, and data center leaders are getting creative in building new facilities. Here are the most unusual locations for data centers around the world.
Aussie researchers to help NASA advance astronaut health
“The research supports ambitions for further and longer journeys into space and will help astronauts to monitor and mitigate the physiological effects of longer exposure to space environments."
NASA got hacked (again)
The compromised servers stored personally identifiable information (PII) belonging to current and former NASA employees.
DDN part of data mining mission on Mars
DataDirect Networks (DDN) today announced that it will be playing a role in one of NASA’s most critical missions.
These were the voyages of the Kepler space telescope
After nine years exploring deep space, NASA's spacecraft and telescope will now be another piece of historical space junk.
HPE opens up ‘cloud above the clouds’ for space travel
HPE today announced it is launching high performance computing capabilities to astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) following a successful 12 month experiment.
Dicker Data NZ and Plantronics’ out of this world experience
The vendor and distie got together to take six reseller partners on a once in a lifetime trip to the US that included a tour of NASA facilities.
Data centre operators: It’s not just about TCO, think about the TCE
Co-produced by Intel and in association with NASA, Supermicro has released a short film that highlights the swelling problem surrounding data centres.
Rocket Lab preparing to launch miniature NASA satellites
The launch will carry research and development payloads from NASA and educational institutions that will conduct a variety of new, on-orbit science.
Senior NASA advisor joins TEDxAuckland lineup
A senior NASA economist will tell thousands of Kiwis about the future of space exploration...
HPE’s Spaceborne computer successfully powers up in space
"It has been a long month for us, as we waited for an update from NASA..."
NASA, SpaceX and HPE team up to send a supercomputer to space
The Spaceborne Computer includes a high-speed HPC interconnect running an open source Linux OS...
One small step toward Mars, One giant leap for supercomputing
"This represents the first step into the next frontier of space exploration..."
Facebook in space: Zuckerberg to call ISS astronauts
Mark Zuckerberg will host a live call with three astronauts aboard the International Space Station, using Facebook Live.
Even astronauts get the blues
HEALTH Informatics Chairman Professor Jim Warren says a highlight from the organisation’s recent conference was hearing from Harvard Medical School professor James Catreine, who works with NASA.