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Tuesday
Jul 30, 2013
Intel in the Mobile Space
Red Lion Hotel Portland - Convention Center

Free and open to the public The Red Lion charges the OCCA for using their ballroom. Please help us defray this cost by buying food and beverages. Meetings are held on the last Tuesday of the month (except December).

RSVP to meetup.com/itpro-70/calendar/

Agenda: 6:00--6:20 Networking 6:20--7:00 No-host dinner 7:00--7:30 Introductions and announcements 7:30--8:30 Main Presentation (followed by Q&A):

What is Intel doing in the Mobile space? Ben Lee will present the current Intel technology including some demonstration tablet and ultrabooks products.

Ultrabooks: Current and coming
Tablets: Current and coming
Wireless Display
New security technology
More, including questions

Presented by Ben H. Lee III is an Intel Field Applications Engineer located in Hillsboro, Oregon.

He covers the Northwest Region of the US along with Western Canada and is responsible for $100M in annual designs.

Ben has an Electrical Engineering degree from Oregon State University and holds one patent in adaptive synchronization of data across networks.

He started working at Intel in 1996 and held various positions in engineering for desktop and networking products. He went on to marketing in 2000, did four years in sales beginning in 2004, and moved back to an engineering in 2008.

Today, Ben designs solutions using Intel desktop, mobile, LAN, SSD, RAID and server products. He supports customers who build systems used in a variety of applications such as digital surveillance, IPTV, supercomputing, and aerospace.

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Tuesday
Apr 24, 2018
OCCA - What is Intel doing and what are they planning?
Max's Fanno Creek Brew Pub

What is Intel doing and what are they planning?

The Oregon Computer Consultants Association presents a discussion with Intel engineer Baltazar Ruiz regarding Intel technologies. There will be plenty of time for questions and answers, but topics that will be covered include current and future developments for:

Servers (motherboards and CPUs)

Desktops and laptops (motherboards and CPU's)

Optane Memory

SSD connectivity

NUCs

How are Intel and Microsoft working together to mitigate Spectre (and meltdown) on various platforms?

Presented by:

Baltazar Ruiz is an Application Engineer based out of Hillsboro, OR. He covers Cloud Service Providers (Such as Groupon, Craigslist, Progressive, etc.). Baltazar is an immigrant from Monterrey, Mexico, where he studied Control and Computing, the technology you find in manufacturing plants where robots build cars. However; he spent his professional life working in ISPs and Communications Service Providers since 1997, as a Systems and Network Engineer and leading the technical teams.

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Monday
Jan 25
Data recovery and data loss prevention
Zoom

Oregon Computer Consultants Association Monthly Meeting

Tuesday, January 26, 2021 Topics that will be addressed:

  • recoverable vs. non-recoverable scenarios
  • encrypted devices
  • recovery from Flash, smart devices, etc
  • best practices
  • cost and why data recovery costs what it does
  • natural disaster recovery cases
  • Long term storage and data preservation

Questions are welcome

Speaker(s): Mike Cobb, DriveSavers Director of Engineering from 2010 to present. His duties include:

• Direct our cleanroom engineers to constantly stay on the cutting edge of recovery techniques and find ways to access data storage devices for any failure scenario.

• Provide direction and expertise to our enterprise class logical recovery engineers helping them to reverse engineer dozens of unique file systems in order to gain access to recover data.

• Investigate and implement new processes and techniques for recovery of solid-state devices and train recovery engineers to perform unique customer solutions for data recovery.

• Develop relationships and advanced data recovery techniques with manufacturers for all types of recovery devices including HDD, SSD, various Flash devices, Smart Devices, RAID arrays, SAN environments and more.

• Provide best practices and assistance with business continuity and disaster recovery to our customers.

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Drivesavers is a very large and highly rated professional data recovery company. They have been recovering client data from all over the world since 1985. All leading manufacturers authorize DriveSavers to open sealed drives without voiding the original warranty. You can still receive an in warranty drive replacement.

Agenda: 6:30--7:00 Introductions, Announcements, Gadget Minute, Stump the Geek 7:00--8:00 Main Presentation (followed by Q&A)

Location: This meeting will be held online.

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