It looks smaller to me
It looks smaller to me
Look at the likes of HP Moonshot and AMD Seamicro. Those are some nice toys to play with
It's 10U with 64 almost real servers (haswell xeons) and has integrated storage and networking. You only need to hook up some power and a beffy uplink to it and you're done. And did I mention a rest api to controll it? Works even with openstack baremetal if you want that. Last I heard (two weeks ago) Moonshot is still only at cli.
Apollos on the other side, those are worth considering. But Moonshot
Seriously, if I were Iran, I'd be installing OpenBSD on all critical infrastructure from day one when it became obvious that stuxnet damaged Natanz. As much as I like country and people of Iran, I have serious doubts of the mental capabilities of their leadership.
It's cheaper, faster and available today. Check out www.mellanox.com - newest dual fdr cards are especially nice.
I think they have much better photo albums.
Fetches your online photo collection, offers you some options on layout and you get high quality (profesional printing) picture books delivered to your door.
Which means you can setup a dns proxy for IP traffic and use it. It's not fast but is very handy to have ready when you're for example on a wifi that wants you to pay for using it via some kind of web page.
Woah, it even has the facebook Like button on the right! Really visioanry development for the time
It may be faster, but what about performance per watt? You know, the whole brain does everything on only 40-50 watts. How does this MIT product compare to brains in this area?
I've never had two drives fail in the same array. Ever.
Wow, you must be one lucky storage admin. After having whole batches of drives fail within hours of eachother, I'm also assembling all my raids that hold even slightly important data strictly with different disks from different manufacturers. Afterall, having fast access to data is less important than having an access at all.
I wonder how would latest sandy bridge based xeons compare to these
If it would hit the antarctic, then the angels would surely come!
I always found url shortening to be a weird and potentially dangerous practice. Trading some comfort to squeeze your link into a tweet for the comfort to actually predict where this link will take you? No thanks. If url does not fit into a tweet, then it's a tweeter problem that tweeter should fix. That's also why I don't use tweeter. I find IRC superior
I'm wondering how useful would these things be when combined with a stirling engine, with the cold part of it sticking into a local stream or lake or someting. Stirling would then power an electric generator and I'm sure the combined efficiency of it would be higher than best photovoltaics available today.
To downgrade the human mind is bad theology. - C. K. Chesterton