Are they guaranteeing throughput? Then it's meaningless for most folks. It's like putting tires rated for 200 MPH on your care and assuming it will now go 200 MPH.
Presidents, governors and mayors all do this kind of thing -- call up private businesses and ask them to do stuff. The mayor may call a local business and ask it to reconsider withdrawing its sponsorship of the local youth baseball league. The governor might call up union leaders and senior management in a strike, particularly if it affects things lots of people need like transit or health care.
This is the exercise of *soft* power, of influence rather than of compulsion. Obama can't call Apple and compel them to change their stance. But he can call Tim Cook and *persuade* him, possibly with more success than Michael Lynton, particuarly given that the two may be having some kind of dispute. Ego *does* play a role in CEO decision making.
ECC is dismissed in the article, but the article ignores that ECC systems also have a scrubbing capability
Unfortunately, ASUS is the only manufacturer that consistently includes ECC support in their AMD based motherboard line.
Telomerase only works (naturally) in 3 kinds of human cells
Not once in the article I quoted nor my posts have mentioned Telomerase, shifting the focus of the discussion, instead of admitting your error.
Finding a study is a simple task by googling "diet and exercise telomeres", yielding Scholarly links
But nooo, you insist on being an a irrational poster, changing the subject and complaining I haven't met your requirements. If you really want a science links here, but the Prostrate cancer study, (5yr follow up, Blood cell telomeres lengthened by +10%, verses -3% control group) is behind a pay-wall. I suppose you'll complain about that as well.
You misunderstand. The bus is ethernet. You can plug anything you want into the ethernet plug without giving it unlimited access to your system memory. Just like you can plug anything into a (mythical) properly implemented USB bus without any risk, but UNLIKE Firewire and Thunderbolt.
Good point. You left out the generation gap, and of course The Gap, which derived its name from the generation gap because it was selling casual clothing to Boomers.
The only people who call me at work are IT people in response to online tickets. Then I get an E-mail from the phone system that they called me and I have to look them up and send them an E-Mail politely reminding them that, as I explained in my ticket, IT doesn't seem to be capable of installing a phone at my desk and that they're better off emailing me. Not to mention the fact that all my voicemails go to a null number and the size of that mailbox will eventually crash the corporate phone system. I also sit in a location they are incapable of finding or accessing if they do actually find it. I mostly just submit tickets for the comedy value, once or twice a week. I'm over 40, so I suppose they were probably talking about me.
40Gbps ethernet cards use DMA securely and offer sustained data rates that USB can only dream of.
USB 3.0 has this exact same feature (DMA), so yes, yes you should expect a USB thumb drive to be able to do this.
Ethernet controllers work by DMA, yet they do not offer random access to anyone who plugs anything into the bus. There is no inherent reason why DMA means full access.
Thunderbolt and Firewire are different, in that they are "controllerless". They are simply PCI bridges.
will point you in the right direction or just google it.