15 posts • joined Monday 25th June 2007 08:24 GMT
"The 2013 Information Security Breaches Survey (ISBS) was funded by BIS and carried out by PwC in conjunction with the Infosecurity Europe trade show"
John, kindly place such information at the beginning of the article...
Get a paramotor, 1/10th the price, same effect, inherently stable, controllable without power.
@Francis and Bryan
Not sure why you guys think compression has anything to do anything random. My random number generator just happened to spit out 1111111111111... that should compress just fine. Well ok it didn't really but a "perfect", "truly" random generator is just as likely to spit that out as anything else so back to the drawing board for you both.
should be effective for scanning everything out to the horizon, blinding anything/one looking in the general direction, friendly or not!
no no what we really need is the latest greatest supercomputer sucking hundreds of watts to run the latest greatest desktop eye candy and tasks of computational complexity easily solved by a typewriter.
T2 vs T1
Can anyone confirm that the T2 has removed T1's max thread speed of 1/4 core clock?
The only place I see any reference to this feature is
"Support for up to 32 simultaneous threads, with eight threads executed per clock cycle."
from this page:
And event that doesn't mention that idle threads get just as many executions as the busy.
Now obviously it's not good marketing to say we scale up but not down, but over inflating expectations is just asking for disappointment.
PS I'm not pulling this out my arse, I was involved in evaluating the T1 when it was released and witnessed 250Mhz Max per thread on a 1Ghz chip.
Oh ffs, leave the fossil fuels where they are. Finish of the Integral Fast Reactor and we'll solve the nuclear waste issue, the energy for the developing world and rogue states (ie Iran) issue and the nuclear weapon disposal problem. I'm so sick of government facilitated corporate profiteering.
Distro doesn't really matter, as long as all the hardware is supported by open drivers, ideally already included in the mainstream kernel. The issues they'll face supporting closed binaries should nudge them away from such hardware. I dream of this pressure forcing ATI or Nvidia to open their specs.
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