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#21
(04-19-2010, 05:59 AM)darkly Wrote:
(04-18-2010, 05:16 PM)Kevin Wrote:
(04-18-2010, 05:10 PM)Nick Wrote: Hmm, other than the inherent risk of a fire, that case actually provides excellent ventilation, so no more nasty CPU meltdowns!

Real data-centers have floors that double as ventilators. They have...
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http://ub3r.net/fdc/IMG_2473.jpg

Lol... the datacentre looks messy...

Real datacentres use Wi-Fi.
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#22
(05-16-2010, 02:15 AM)rollthebones Wrote:
(04-19-2010, 05:59 AM)darkly Wrote:
(04-18-2010, 05:16 PM)Kevin Wrote:
(04-18-2010, 05:10 PM)Nick Wrote: Hmm, other than the inherent risk of a fire, that case actually provides excellent ventilation, so no more nasty CPU meltdowns!

Real data-centers have floors that double as ventilators. They have...
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http://ub3r.net/fdc/IMG_2473.jpg

Lol... the datacentre looks messy...

Real datacentres use Wi-Fi.

If only there were enough channels for that to be possible. Sad
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#23
If only there was enough bandwidth (the limited channels can be dealt with albeit that would be an expensive data center). Tongue
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#24
I'm guessing the throughput on a WiFI datacenter would be horrible.
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#25
Pretty much. I think they are able to reach 3Gbps in labs but that's far from stable.
- KuJoe
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#26
Even if it did work, would that even be a safe work environment?
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#27
Sure it would, why wouldn't it be? The only way for it to possibly work would require shielded cabinets so none of the wireless signal would escape the cabinets so the staff would be tumor free. Wink
- KuJoe
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#28
Dang, that picture is almost as bad as Burstnet .. At least FDC doesn't use Linksys routers and have a leaky roof lol.
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#29
It would be safer. No cables to trip over Tongue

I'd hate to manage that datacenter, is there even the functionality to set up wireless connections which run common routing protocols over them?
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(05-17-2010, 12:11 AM)KuJoe Wrote: Sure it would, why wouldn't it be? The only way for it to possibly work would require shielded cabinets so none of the wireless signal would escape the cabinets so the staff would be tumor free. Wink

That means that the wireless hubs would have to be right inside the cabinet. From the picture, they aren't. Tongue
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