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Have Telepresence, Will Work-From-Home

Working from home using Telepresence can be greener than you’d imagine!

From Dilbert.com Feb, . . . → Read More: Have Telepresence, Will Work-From-Home

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Cloud Computing At The Speed Of The Network

The recently published Technical Report on Cloud Computing from UC Berkeley lists 10 obstacles/opportunities related to cloud computing, of which “Data Transfer Bottleneck” ranks #4. As I wrote in my earlier post, network bandwidth is widely considered to be a critical resource for heterogeneous computing.

The obstacles discussed are multi-dimensional. Besides data transfer bottlenecks, they include lack of availability of . . . → Read More: Cloud Computing At The Speed Of The Network

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Cloud- and Heterogenous Computing Will Stretch Network Performance

As I was browsing through my Google Reader, an article in Network Performance Daily caught my eye. It talks about Gartner’s list of the “10 most important strategic technologies of 2009.”

 One of the technologies listed is heterogeneous computing. Over the decades, computing has evolved from tasks running on a single computer to applications that span multiple . . . → Read More: Cloud- and Heterogenous Computing Will Stretch Network Performance

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Good Morning, er, Good Evening

San Jose, CA. 8.02 AM

You walk into the meeting room. You greet others in the room “Good Morning, Gentlemen!”

Someone says, “Good Evening, Joe!”

You think it is a dig at you because you were late for the 8.00 AM meeting. You protest, “Oh come on! I am only a couple of minutes late! With my commute, I . . . → Read More: Good Morning, er, Good Evening

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