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Compute Innovations for the Digital Age at NetApp Insight 2018

  • Cisco compute, network, and FlexPod experts will be on-site to show how Cisco can transform your data center for the digital age and help you harness the power of the data within.
  • Want to learn more about FlexPod Workloads for SAP, Oracle, SQL and VDI?
  • All Cisco session attendees receive a special TurboPass that gives you front-of-the-line access to the arcade racing game in our Cisco booth!
  • Cisco is a sponsor of the sixth annual Women in Technology Event at NetApp Insight 2018.
  • The session will feature perspectives from NetApp, customer, and partner panelists.
  • Want to connect with us during the NetApp Insight event – or any time?
  • Don’t forget to sign up for Cisco sessions and visit us in booth 800 on the show floor!
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A quirky French SUV you’ve probably never heard of has a dashboard strikingly similar to the one in Tesla's Model 3 — take a look

  • Minimizing visual instrumentation and in-car controls isn't new, but Tesla has taken it to an extreme.
  • I was reminded of this recently when I visited Rome, rented a car, and wound up at a Citroën dealership.
  • Citroën now sells a variety of modern vehicles, and one of the more interesting is the C4 Cactus, a small crossover SUV that has rubbery pillows on its sides, intended to alleviate scratches.
  • I didn't rent one of these in Italy, but while I was waiting around at the dealership for a ride to an airport hotel after I returned my car, I checked out a bunch of vehicles I never see in the US.
  • Here's a closer look at the C4 Cactus and other Tesla Model 3-esque minimalist interiors.

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NASA's InSight lander just took its first selfie on Mars — take a look

  • NASA's InSight lander has taken its first selfie on Mars.
  • Since then, scientists have gotten their first look at InSight's "workspace": a 14-by-7-foot area in front of the lander.
  • The $830 million InSight mission to Mars is the first since the nuclear-powered Curiosity rover reached the red planet more than six years ago.
  • Over the next few weeks, scientists and engineers at NASA will determine where those instruments should go within the lander's workspace.
  • InSight was launched to Mars along with two briefcase-sized satellites collectively called Mars Cube One, which helped record and relay crucial landing data to NASA mission control.
  • NASA chose to land InSight in a region of Mars called Elysium Planitia because the area is relatively free of boulders and craters.
  • That solar power is expected to allow InSight to operate on Mars for two Earth years using its solar panels.

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