Senior Director Dino Bekis from Broadcom introduced us to their new 5G WiFi router that was streaming simultaneously a total of four HD video streams, set up in the Computex arena, where WiFi was incredibly congested. 5G WiFi has amazing bandwidth and exceeds anything to be seen in 3G and 4G. The ramp up to 5G has started, with products from ASUS already, and by next year this time, 5G will be pretty common even in mobile devices.
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Posted in Computex 2012, Event Coverage
Tagged 5G, Asus, Broadcom, Buffalo, computer, dongle, future, laptop, latest, Mobile Device, motherboard, NetGear, notebook, router, solutions, Technology, USB, wifi
Supermicro introduces Enterprise NVIDIA GPU Superblade Server which combines 20 Tesla GPU’s in a 7U enclosure. This is the highest density Blaze Server based on GPU technology. The 2U GPU server combines 6 TESLA GPU’s in a 2U box for customers with Graphic intensive requirements from their servers. The latest product is the MicroCloud with cloud optimised architecture where each server node is individually managed, deployed as needed. The modules are all based on Intel Sandybridge processor technology, bringing convenience and affordability to the server market. The 5U server is an 8-way MP server. This means that 8x Nehalem based CPU’s inside one box. Each server can support up to 2T of memory. The next server is the Twin server, with either two or four systems into either 1U or 2U box. Lastly the Blade Servers have the same functionality enabling CPU intensive tasks, alternatively using the GPU array as described before for Graphical intensive tasks.
Posted in Computex 2011, Event Coverage, PC Graphics
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Lian Li Chassis are rare and endangered, and very valuable indeed.None more so than this flirtatious creature captured on film for the first time– in its unnatural habitat. The Lian Li Pitstop spider which brings aluminium (aluminum for Yanks) to life, except for the few threads of spider webbing (which look a bit like nylon puppet strings, but are in fact strands of web spun from out its sphincter).
The Lian Li T1 Pitstop is a chassis designed for a few users, but all of them are nitromanics who delve into the depths of BIOS’s and extract every ounce of power from them.
We present this unusual beast for speculation and when more is uncovered, we will reveal more, but only next time where we take it into the lab and give a” how to tame the beast” tutorial.
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Cheers FirstZoom Team.
Posted in Gadgets, PC Cases, PC Components
Tagged bench, benchmarking, best, Case, Cases, Chassis, David, discovery, documentary, endangered, latest, Lian Li, new, overclock, overclocking, Pitstop, platform, species, Spider, T1, Technology