Is he not your hero?
Is he not your hero?
can you please FIX THE FUCKING POTHOLES???
This is in Los Angeles. There is no freeze-thaw cycle there, and as a result, few potholes. I live in San Jose, 350 miles north of LA, and even here there are very few potholes.
This is likely managed storage, but in terms of raw storage, a stack of 38 9.5mm tall 2.5" 2TB drives would only be 361mm, or barely over a foot. Even if they used 1TB drives that'd be 722mm, or about 2 feet 5 inches.
Are you a midget?
Completely agree, in terms of firmware support, this board has been a nightmare, and I won't be buying anything with AllWinner again.
Looks good, wish it had SATA or USB3 though. The XU4 looks nice also, but seems expensive and not shipping yet.
Indeed, it does not seem to have anything of the sort.
I'm guessing the target devices (smartphones, etc) wouldn't need anything resembling high speed networking.
For what it's worth, the Banana Pro (half the cores, higher clock, same A7) has a gigabit NIC, and I've gotten >500Mbps with it.
They are doing that to trade off bandwidth for better latency.
You mean like in Paris, London and Spain?
Quotas are an American thing. They aren't that common in other places of the world.
So what's all this about then? (click the second tab to view the tiers)
I don't know about that particular device, but many cheap 16:9 plasma TVs are 1024x768 for some reason. Ref
No, not Cat6. Gigabit Ethernet only needs Cat5e
802.3ab specifies operation at 1000Mbps up to 100 meters over UTP with CAT5 as the minimum, not CAT5e. For a particular installation you may have other needs, but the standard doesn't require anything above CAT5.
You shouldn't be putting in either for a new installation though.
Are you running a corporate lan off the (10g) segment?
if not why the F*ck do u need 10g @ home??
At home, my desktop PC, my Mac Mini, my MBPr, and my NAS all have storage devices that are 3x-10x the speed of 1GbE.
I regularly push around dozens to hundreds of GB at a time.
This isn't anything fancy, just standard consumer equipment I'm running. 1GbE is the limiting factor in any transfer.
Do you seriously think that changing the physical form factor of the connector is going to negate the need for the chips that make Thunderbolt cables expensive?
Machines take me by surprise with great frequency. - Alan Turing