The supergroup known as the Hard Working Americans have announced plans for the release of a new studio album, Rest In Chaos, the follow up to their 2014 self-titled album.Comprised of Todd Snyder, Neal Casal (Chris Robinson Brotherhood), Dave Schools (Widespread Panic), Duane Trucks (Widespread Panic), Chad Staehly and Jesse Aycock, HWA will release Rest In Chaos on May 13 through Melvin Records/Thirty Tigers, featuring 13 brand new original HWA songs.This news comes on the back of another announcement made by Snider via Facebook on February 1st, noting he will also be releasing a new live album and concert DVD to go along with a studio record sometime this year. Stay tuned for more details.Check out the track listing to Rest In Chaos below:1) Opening Statement2) It Runs Together3) Half Ass Moses4) Dope Is Dope5) Burn Out Shoes6) Roman Candles7) Ascending Into Madness8) Throwing The Goats9) Something Else10) Massacre11) The High Price of Inspiration (Guy Clark on guitar)12) Acid13) Purple Mountain Jamboree
In technology, having the right product, that provides the best capabilities, that solves a variety of business challenges, provides TRUE incremental value, and is timed to meet both customer and the market needs, are just some of the reasons that make products so successful. On the other hand, there are countless products that fail to meet customer needs, do not provide the value required and/or are niche in scope, and do not succeed. In IT infrastructure, the tech highway is littered with products that have received generous VC investment, but never seem to achieve widespread adoption and/or simply fail for a variety of reasons.At Dell EMC we are committed to meet customer and market needs, through rigorous innovation, continuous feedback and constant evolution. As a result, our products have the right combination of features, usability and support, and are backed by a world class and #1 leading IT company with thousands of employees that deliver on their commitments to our precious customers and partners.With that mind, at Dell EMC we are very proud of a significant milestone that validates our midrange storage products. This week, our Dell EMC Unity midrange storage array family reached a major milestone – $1B in cumulative bookings revenue. We’re very proud of this milestone for a variety of reasons. First, we achieved this in a very short period of time; just over one year from the date of release on May 2, 2016, or 419 days for those who are curious. We achieved this milestone quickly, yet it’s a level that some products in just about every industry never achieve, let alone entire tech companies in their entire span of existence. Our Dell EMC Unity family of All-Flash and hybrid storage arrays reached this measure in just over a year. It’s an incredible accomplishment and puts this product family in elite company as one of the fastest-growing storage products in Dell EMC history (including pre-merger).Second, the milestone is significant from a team perspective. At Dell EMC we have engineers, developers and support teams located in various worldwide locations working diligently to develop compelling new features and support our existing and prospective customers. These teams have worked hard to add features that matter to our customers to solve their business challenges while modernizing their infrastructure for IT Transformation. I personally want to thank our teams for their contributions to reach this milestone.Our sales teams and partners have an equal responsibility for this milestone based on driving the incredible momentum for Dell EMC Unity. They’ve worked tirelessly to help customers select and implement the right solutions for the right workloads in their data centers. To our delight, Dell EMC Unity has fit those needs for nearly 6,000 customers and growing!And speaking of customers, this is the fourth and MOST IMPORTANT reason for this milestone. They are the foundation for reaching this level of success. As customers embark on their digital transformation journeys, they depend on midrange storage products that provide value, simplicity, and performance to power their demanding workloads and applications. Features alone are no longer sufficient. Customers request, and rightfully so demand, products that can deliver both great technology and great value that are naturally intuitive to use and support. These ARE the things that matter to customers today!And our customers have spoken. Shouted is probably a better description. It is each and every customer that helped us reach this milestone so quickly. Nearly 6,000 customers around the world have selected Dell EMC Unity, deploying it in ways we couldn’t have even imagined during the development phase. Here are a few industry-specific examples:Colleges, universities and school districts that are looking for a unified and simpler approach to data storage, are turning to Dell EMC Unity to consolidate multiple disparate systems into a single system that is easier to install and manage.Non-profit organizations that utilize Dell EMC Unity to store digital archives to preserve cultural treasures.Supply chain companies that required significantly faster access to reports and data, have turned to Dell EMC Unity to achieve performance at least 10 times faster than their previous environment.Cyber security firms that demand high performance storage to store and process digital forensic evidence are deploying Dell EMC Unity because of its All-Flash performance and lower TCO than legacy hybrid storage products.Fortune 50 Financial company that dramatically lowered operational overhead based on the industry-leading simplicity of Dell EMC Unity, to allow focus on additional business value requirements, compared to their competitive offering. Dell EMC Unity All-Flash and hybrid storage array family – just over a year old and more than $1 billion strongThese are just a few of the many thousands of customer examples that have chosen Dell EMC Unity as their trusted platform of choice to modernize their data centers and embrace IT Transformation. As they grow their businesses, we’ll continue to add more features to Dell EMC Unity to help solve the needs of more customers. And along the way, we’ll share additional major milestones with you, our loyal customers, partners and employees.For now, I offer my thanks to our teams around the globe for their contributions and to our customers and partners for your endorsement, making it possible for Dell EMC Unity to achieve this important milestone. Thank you for allowing us to earn your business, and stay tuned for even greater Midrange value coming soon!!!
RelatedPosts Japanese firm develops robot able to kill COVID-19 with ultra-violet rays Tokyo 2020 organisers want ‘Super Mario’ Abe to remain involved Britain marks 75 years since Japan’s defeat in World War II Tiger Woods will take on Rory McIlroy, Hideki Matsuyama and Jason Day in a high-stakes skins game ahead of the inaugural ZOZO Championship in Japan next month.Each hole is assigned a monetary value and players need to win a hole outright to take a “skin” or the money rolls over to the next hole.Woods, who lost to Phil Mickelson in their £7 million showdown in Las Vegas last year, said: “I haven’t played a skins format in quite some time, so it will be fun to try something a little different and add a few strategic elements as we compete.“There has already been some friendly banter between us and that will continue until we get to the first tee.”McIlroy, who is competing in this week’s BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, added: “I’m a huge fan of the skins format. I love the way it rewards attacking play and think it suits my game quite well.“Any time I can go directly at pins to try and make birdies and eagles, I think it puts me at an advantage. The other fun thing about skins is how you find yourself rooting for the other guys if you’re not in a position to win the hole.“You’re hoping they can tie with someone else so you can play for that skin on the next hole. With the skins format, you’re always in it until the end.” Tags: JapanPhil Mickelson