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Moore's Law - Predicts the End of Computer Dudes... or does it. :)

on 30 May 2023  Posted by CorpRattX  Category: Technology  Comments (3)

I have had the privilidge of watching personal computers, networks, irc, gaming servers, virtualization and now Quantum Computers.

Before computers I worked on Analog Circuits, Power Systems, Communications, and Control Systems.

My age makes me one of the few Analog / Digital Engineers remaining on the planet.

Computers and Technology are very rapidly evolving systems, just about every year since 1997 Computer Dudes has had a different
business plan, or products and services, focus, and advertising.

One of our "Guiding Stars" has been Moore's Law.     

Moore's Law states that the number of transistors in a chip will double in size,
while the chip itself decreases in size and energy consumption - about every 2 years.

Computers are now so small Computer Dudes will soon discontinue home and small office PC Repair.

However we will replace PC Repair - with research, training, data center services, inventing, creating and bringing to market new products and services.

Our #solaronemonolith off-grid solar cluster type supercomputers are still for sale.   

The Shell and Core Design are scalable so we can
use many types of motherboards (motherboards the size of a credit card) and even the new Quantum Computers.

Moore's Law and his accomplishments in the invention and production of the first computer chips is incredible.   
If you are in IT I recommend you read Moore's history and writings. 

So while Computer Dudes soon will cease personal computer repair - We have expanded into further research, development, and prototyping.   
Also, our Data Center Services and Data Center Conversion to Solar Power or other Low Energy Setups business continues to grow. 

Todd W. Byars 

Founder, Owner
Computer Dudes

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  • Posted by CorpRattX on 23 Aug 2023
    Moore's Law - Predicts the End of Computer Dudes... or does it. :)
    CorpRattX
    Comments: 17
    We now have an A2N Aircraft Cargo Container Data Center ready for sale and shipping.

    The computers are already loaded and configured as client specifies. When testing is complete to both Computer Dudes and their clients - then we ship it.

    When it arrives take the solar panels out, set them up and turn it on!

    You do not have to connect it to the Internet (for security or safety) but there are many options if you do want data or high speed data.

    So - we have moved on past Moore's Law.

    Regards,
    Todd W. Byars
    Field Engineer / Owner
    Computer Dudes
  • Posted by CorpRattX on 18 Aug 2023
    Moore's Law - Predicts the End of Computer Dudes... or does it. :)
    CorpRattX
    Comments: 17
    We already hacked the Smart Watches.

    We have a set of Ray Ban "Smart Glasses" headed this way next. Testing and then a client setup and training.

    They look like regular Ray Ban sunglasses until you get close.

    Smartwatches and Smart Glasses may get added to our product and services list for 2024. :)Todd
  • Posted by Administrator on 09 Aug 2023
    Moore's Law - Predicts the End of Computer Dudes... or does it. :)
    Administrator
    Comments: 1
    Byars just sent me the new protocols for converting Smart Watches to anything including file servers.

    I am still saving some spicy gumbo fo any of you Computer Dudes coming to visit. (hint hint Atlanta Computer Dudes)

    Hi from New Orleans - T. Riker

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