Tag Archives: Atom

Supermicro A3SSV-16C-SPLN10F Intel Atom P5342 25GbE Motherboard Review

Post Syndicated from Patrick Kennedy original https://www.servethehome.com/supermicro-a3ssv-16c-spln10f-intel-atom-p5342-25gbe-motherboard-review/

In our Supermicro A3SSV-16C-SPLN10F review, we see what this 25GbE and 16-core Intel Atom P5342 Snow Ridge platform offers

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The Everything Fanless Home Server Firewall Router and NAS Appliance

Post Syndicated from Patrick Kennedy original https://www.servethehome.com/the-everything-fanless-home-server-firewall-router-and-nas-appliance-qotom-qnap-teamgroup/

This fanless server might have everything including an Intel Atom C3758, 4x SFP+ 10GbE, 2.5GbE, SSD slots, and external HDD connections

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Lenovo ThinkEdge SE10 and SE10-I Launched for Low Power Fanless Edge

Post Syndicated from Cliff Robinson original https://www.servethehome.com/lenovo-thinkedge-se10-and-se10-i-launched-for-low-power-fanless-edge-intel-atom/

The new Lenovo ThinkEdge SE10 SE10 and SE10-I, powered by 10nm Intel Atom CPUs, are designed to be passively cooled edge appliances

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Supermicro A3SPI-4C-LN6PF Review Intel Atom C5315 Parker Ridge is Here

Post Syndicated from Patrick Kennedy original https://www.servethehome.com/supermicro-a3spi-4c-ln6pf-review-intel-atom-c5315-parker-ridge-is-here/

In our Supermicro A3SPI-4C-LN6PF review, we test the new Intel Atom C5315 “Parker Ridge” SoC and find a feature we were not expecting onboard

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Sunsetting Atom

Post Syndicated from GitHub Staff original https://github.blog/2022-06-08-sunsetting-atom/

When we formally introduced Atom in 2014, we set out to give developers a text editor that was deeply customizable but also easy to use—one that made it possible for more people to build software. While that goal of growing the software creator community remains, we’ve decided to retire Atom in order to further our commitment to bringing fast and reliable software development to the cloud via Microsoft Visual Studio Code and GitHub Codespaces.

Today, we’re announcing that we are sunsetting Atom and will archive all projects under the organization on December 15, 2022.

Why are we doing this now?

Atom has not had significant feature development for the past several years, though we’ve conducted maintenance and security updates during this period to ensure we’re being good stewards of the project and product. As new cloud-based tools have emerged and evolved over the years, Atom community involvement has declined significantly. As a result, we’ve decided to sunset Atom so we can focus on enhancing the developer experience in the cloud with GitHub Codespaces.

This is a tough goodbye. It’s worth reflecting that Atom has served as the foundation for the Electron framework, which paved the way for the creation of thousands of apps, including Microsoft Visual Studio Code, Slack, and our very own GitHub Desktop. However, reliability, security, and performance are core to GitHub, and in order to best serve the developer community, we are archiving Atom to prioritize technologies that enable the future of software development.

What happens next?

We recognize that Atom is still used by the community and want to acknowledge that migrating to an alternative solution takes time and energy. We are committed to helping users and contributors plan for their migration.

  • Today, we’re announcing the sunset date six months out.
  • Over the next six months, we’ll continue to inform Atom users of the sunset in the product and on atom.io.
  • On December 15, 2022, we will archive the atom/atom repository and all other repositories remaining in the Atom organization.

Thank you

GitHub and our community have benefited tremendously from those who have filed issues, created extensions, fixed bugs, and built new features on Atom. Atom played an integral part in many developers’ journeys, and we look forward to building and shaping the next chapter of software development together.