Gordo-8: A Systems and Pricing Review

on 19 Aug 2021  Posted by CorpRattX  Category: Technology  Comments (2)
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The Computer Dudes, Inc's research on Single Board Computers, SBC's, began in the 1990s.   SBC's use very little electricity.  In the 1990s SBC's were only used for traffic signs and such.  The first SBC Computer Dudes used was a 80846.

For the last 3 years we have developed and are in production with the Gordo-8 and Gordo-12 Series.   The number beside the name indicates how many computers are in the cluster.  
The Gordo Series uses a round core which allows for many motherboards to be run in a cluster or as separate servers. 

Gordo-8 Base Configuration

Node Zero: Control Node
Node One: Apache Server
Node Two:  Samba 4 Server with 1 Tb SSD, USB 3.1
Node Three:  Samba Node (controlled by Samba4 Server)
Node Four: Raspberrian Server or Workstation
Node Five: Backup Server for Files, Data and Video
Node Six:  CUPS / Print Server
Node Seven:  Routing and Security Server

Base Pricing


Gordo-8 Monolithic Solar:  $9,750

Gordo-8 Standard plug in / indoor version:  $5,750

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2 Comments

  • Posted by CorpRattX on 25 Oct 2021
    Gordo-8: A Systems and Pricing Review
    CorpRattX
    Comments: 32
    Site Two: Monolithic Data Center Project, Initated somewhare in the North Georgia Mountains today at an undisclosed location.

    A Gordo8, Class V, Monolithic Solar, is now online and our install team is returning to Tallahassee this evening.

    The Gordo8 placed will now begin to evaluate the site for sun and climate at this latitude and longitude.

    The client or Computer Dudes of Engineer level or higher can all access any of the Monoliths remotely through their phone, laptop, or any internet interface.

    Site Two became the 2nd Solar Monolithic Data Center on planet Earth about an hour ago.

    Great Work! Thanks to everyone - :)Todd
  • Posted by CorpRattX on 20 Oct 2021
    Gordo-8: A Systems and Pricing Review
    CorpRattX
    Comments: 32
    Just sold Serial Number 004, Gordo8, Class V, Monolithic Solar.

    The client requested double the battery packs and extra solar cells. This unit will be driven to the North Georgia Mountains on Monday where it will be installed, activated, and turned over to the client. :)T

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