On Dec 29, 2013, at 9:11 PM, Tim Starling <tstarl...@wikimedia.org> wrote:

> Leslie Carr wrote:
>> At that point we'll probably need to redesign those boards
>> which are incapable of doing these things, so we'll need a team of
>> hardware engineers, plus a deal with a manufacturing plant.
> 
> Google and Facebook are apparently taking that route. Maybe some day,
> this technology will be available for anyone to buy.
> 
> -- Tim Starling


One hears rumors of enterprise grade hardware manufacturers floating product 
ideas to customers (cough) but rumors persist that paying customers actually 
calculate bandwidth issues for their applications and generally say no. The 
ones who say yes tend to be academics in strange corners of the money / compute 
cluster CPU vs IO trade space, and are ok with building their own.


-george william herbert
george.herb...@gmail.com

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