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Cloud Talk

By John | March 13, 2008

Topics: 3tera, 7core, akamai, amazon, aws, blue cloud, cdn, cloud computing, couchdb, ec2, enterprise search, flexiscale, grid, haddoop, ibm, mapreduce, mosso, rackspace, rightscale, s3, simpledb, utility cloud computing | 4 Comments »

4 Responses to “Cloud Talk”

  1. Gordon Says:
    March 14th, 2008 at 7:51 am

    Hi John,

    I’ve been following your commentary on cloud computing and was wondering, are you familiar with DatSynapse and either our GridServer or FabricServer technologies? The reason I ask is that we see them as instrumental building blocks in developing a cloud or utility infrastructure. If you aren’t familiar, then I’d be happy to introduce you :) If you *are* familiar, then I would be very interested in understanding your thoughts on our technology.

    Cheers,
    Gordon

  2. John Says:
    March 14th, 2008 at 9:40 am

    I am loosely aware of DaSynapse but not Grid fabricServer. I will check them out however an introduction/Jumpstart would be great.

    Thanks

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  4. Carla Hein Says:
    April 15th, 2008 at 10:50 am

    It stands to reason—to make electronic binary 0/1 connections use a Pentium chip. To make binary electronic/photonic, serial/parallel connection on hyperfractal architecture, junk out the transistors. Billion-bit cloud computing will be entirely transistorless—but very very disruptive to 64-bit computer chips. I’m a writer/futurist/humorist on this subject. For fast, simple, clean, cheap solutions, try a hyperfractal qubit chip—it’s a great imagination-stretcher. We have a better future coming. Enjoy!

    Carla Hein

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