fusion systems engineering d.p.c.

36 outlook dr.s.
mechanicville, new york 12118

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MAY 15, 2013

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SARATOGA

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NEW YORK

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DOMESTIC PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION

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  • Apple’s new file system will eventually support Fusion Drive machines
    By Valentina Palladino - Tuesday Sep 26, 2017

    Fusion Drive users won't be left in the dust after all.

    Source: Ars Technica
  • Apple File System in macOS High Sierra won’t work with Fusion Drives
    By Valentina Palladino - Tuesday Sep 19, 2017

    At least not at launch.

    Source: Ars Technica
  • Apple's Craig Federighi Confirms APFS Coming to Fusion Drives in a Future macOS High Sierra Update
    By Juli Clover - Tuesday Sep 26, 2017

    The initial version of macOS High Sierra released this morning limits the new Apple File System (APFS) to Macs that have all-flash built-in storage, excluding iMacs and Mac mini machines that feature Fusion Drives.


    Apple announced the limitation last week in a support document that said the initial release would not allow Fusion Drives to be converted to APFS, implying future support, and now Apple software engineering chief Craig Federighi has confirmed APFS will indeed be coming to Fusion Drives in a later update.

    Federighi shared the info in an email sent to MacRumors reader Michiel, who asked if APFS would be added later.

    "Yes, we plan to add support in a future update," replied Federighi.

    Fusion Drives, available as a storage option for Apple's iMac and Mac mini desktop machines, combine a hard drive with flash storage to provide the speed of an SSD with the affordability of a standard hard drive. Frequently accessed files are stored using flash storage, while less frequently used files are moved to the hard drive.

    The first macOS High Sierra beta released in June did include support for Fusion Drives and converted iMacs and Mac minis to APFS, but support was removed in subsequent betas and was not reimplemented, presumably due to stability problems and bugs with the feature.

    Apple File System is a more modern file system than HFS+ and is optimized for solid state drives. It is safe and secure, offering crash protection, safe document saves, stable snapshots, simplified backups, and strong native encryption.


    Developers who happened to install APFS on their machines have been provided with instructions for how to convert back to HFS+ for the time being.

    Apple's macOS High Sierra press release also confirms the company's plans to introduce APFS support for Fusion Drives and standard HDDs, but Apple has not offered a timeline on when we can expect the APFS update to be released.


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    Source: MacRumors : Mac News and Rumors
  • VMware Fusion 10 Coming in October With macOS High Sierra and Touch Bar Support
    By Joe Rossignol - Tuesday Aug 22, 2017

    VMware today announced the upcoming release of VMware Fusion 10, its popular virtualization software for Mac.


    VMware Fusion 10 includes full compatibility with macOS High Sierra, integration with the Touch Bar on the latest MacBook Pro models, and support for Apple's Metal 2 graphics acceleration technology for improved graphics performance, power efficiency, and accuracy of rendering.

    Fusion 10 also features a redesigned user interface, including improved Installation and Migrate Your PC wizards.


    Fusion 10 can run hundreds of operating systems, ranging from the latest Windows 10 versions to lesser-known Linux distributions. It will be able to run the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update expected to launch in October.

    VMware will also be releasing Fusion 10 Pro, targeted at IT professionals and developers. The premium version features enhanced vSphere and networking controls, support for REST APIs, integration with VMware PhotonOS, and support for Microsoft's new virtualization-based security features such as Credential Guard.

    VMware Fusion 10 and Fusion 10 Pro are expected to be available in October for $79 and $159 respectively. Fusion 8.5 customers will be able to upgrade to Fusion 10 for $49 or Fusion 10 Pro for $119.

    Additionally, customers who purchase Fusion 8.5 or Fusion 8.5 Pro between August 22 and November 1 this year will be eligible for an upgrade to Fusion 10 or Fusion 10 Pro, respectively, at no additional cost.

    Fusion 10 will be accompanied by Workstation 14 Player and Workstation 14 Pro with enhanced data center management capabilities.


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    Source: MacRumors : Mac News and Rumors
  • Neighborhoods That Play Hard to Get
    By STEFANOS CHEN - Friday Aug 11, 2017

    In some New York neighborhoods, the housing stock is great, but turnover is so low, word of mouth is the best search engine.

    Source: NYT > Home Page
  • New Apple File System Coming in macOS High Sierra Won't Work With Fusion Drives
    By Juli Clover - Monday Sep 18, 2017

    When macOS High Sierra is released to the public next week, the new Apple File System (APFS) feature will be limited to Macs with all-flash built-in storage, which means it won't work with iMacs that include Fusion Drives.

    iMacs with Fusion Drives were converted to APFS during the beta testing process in the first macOS High Sierra beta, but support was removed in subsequent betas and not reimplemented.

    With the release of the Golden Master version of the software, Apple has confirmed APFS will not be available for Fusion Drives and has provided instructions for converting from APFS back to the standard HFS+ format.


    Public Beta testers who had an iMac with a Fusion Drive converted to APFS will need to follow a long list of instructions to convert back to HFS+, including making a Time Machine Backup, creating a bootable installer, and using Disk Utility to reformat their iMacs and reinstall macOS High Sierra.

    Apple on September 5 published a support document confirming compatibility. When customers with an all-flash machine upgrade to macOS High Sierra install the update next week, their drives will be converted to AFPS. Apple explicitly says "Fusion Drives and hard disk drives aren't converted."

    Apple says APFS will not be supported on Fusion Drives "in the initial release of macOS High Sierra," which suggests support could be added for Fusion Drives at a later date after lingering bugs are worked out.

    Apple File System is a more modern file system than HFS+ and is optimized for solid state drives. It is safe and secure, offering crash protection, safe document saves, stable snapshots, simplified backups, and strong native encryption.


    It's also more responsive than HFS+ with features like instant file and directory cloning, fast directory sizing, high performance parallelized metadata operations, and sparse file writes.

    Apple plans to release macOS High Sierra on Monday, September 25.


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    Source: MacRumors : Mac News and Rumors