* Posts by Porco Rosso

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Volkswagen links arms with Microsoft for data-slurping cloud on Azure

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The Digital CarPass

I truly hope VW gives owners of the car an option to permanently delete all these Services and to

to rip out these IOTA -tracking module and its local HD and WIFI uplink to Azure out of the car

and that we can still drive it ...

SAP hopes to blow the doors off Salesforce with a block of C/4HANA

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Coresuite/CoreSytems

So Coresuite (from Coresystems) add-on for SAP Business One is also bought by SAP ?

Hubris, thy name is Oracle: So, cloud is still totally for nerds, right?

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Monocloud

So basically you can say that the cloud is already a de-facto monopoly ?

No 2017 bonus for you, HPE tells employees

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Gimp

Our employees are critical to HPE's success,

is this sarcasm ?

Tesla hits Model 3 production speed bumps, slides to loss

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Musk decission to skip "beta" production testing is a flop

Tesla computer simulations of production tools is a big flop,

and the rest of the industry is watching this test very very closely.

Guess they used Siemens PLM and had to skip the Official Beta production to keep the pyramid-game sorry Wall street going with the promise they would be ready with the Tesla 3 this year...

Musk has big balls to take this risk and he knows he can get a way with every fiasco and a lot of bullshit ... because of his Green guru status .

( they are now in Beta production => 250pieces / month and only for the employees of Tesla )

http://www.autonews.com/article/20170424/COPY01/304249926/teslas-big-model-3-bet-rides-on-risky-assembly-line-strategy

NASA lights humongous rocket that goes nowhere ... until 2019

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RS-25 turbo pump

has any one an idea how many liters per second the turbo pump of RS-25 pump ?

just as an order of grandeur ...

thanks

SAP Anywhere goes nowhere, reaches commercial cul-de-sac

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migration to ...

the will try to sell SAP Business One ...

Apple's zippy silicon leaves Android rivals choking on dust

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Not a phone but an appliance

Apple is in this moment the best builder of an mobile computer appliance if you want it or not.

Sadly no comparison about this mobile pc's with ARM against mobile pc's with X86 cpu's ...

should be really interesting to see how close booth worlds are at this point...

HPE CEO Whitman says everything's 'on the right track' as sales are literally decimated

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Re: No HP in 5 years?

Cisco John Chambers predicted said it in 2014

http://www.businessinsider.com/cisco-ceo-brutal-times-for-it-coming-2014-5

And I guess IBM & HPE are the two who will be gone,

if you look how there respective Captains are steering and managing there Big Tankers to new harbours its crazy. They don't even now to witch harbours to go ...

Booth company's management are more busy to play the HedgeFunds game than to be 100% focused to transit there company and troops to the new IT reality.

If USA wants a say in 5G, Cisco HAS to buy Ericsson

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Naivety agianst Chinese mercantilisme ...

" Huawei, which has Chinese government support and gains the lion’s share of Chinese contracts "

Like Chinese steel and aluminium etc etc

Promoting open market without strict control if we play by the same rules (like here in Europe) is stupidly naive and destroying allot of wealth creation...

And so the losers ( common people like me and you ) will go for politics who sings songs of the virtue of closed market ...

Yep in the Western World we are now at this point I guess ....

Cisco president: One 'hiccup' and 'boom' – AWS is 'gone'

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is Cisco President reading Contra Corner or ZeroHedge ..?

M. David Stockman is telling it for more than a year and I think hey is correct.

http://davidstockmanscontracorner.com/amazon-and-the-fantastic-fangs-a-bubblicious-breakfast-of-unicorns-and-slippery-accounting/

WhatsApp is to hand your phone number to Facebook

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Re: FUCK OFF

Fuck off ...

but they have all your data not from you but by your friends and so who do use these services

and have your name-card complete filled in their mobile contact-list.

Unfortunately we have no option to go out of this Matrix :(

Stalled cloud growth, software flatlining, hated Lumias unsold... It's all fine, says Microsoft CEO

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Cloud

I don't know but for me there is something wrong with the business model of the cloud

the tech is super,

they are all growing at 2digits in the cloud, the Oracle, SAP, Saleforce, Amazone, IBM, Netflix, Microsoft etc etc

but if you look at the NET profit of the cloud part without the gimmicks .. there losing money ...

even company's who are +10 years in the cloud-business-service and are the leader in there service have a NET-Profit which is negative.

Is this a sustainable business model ?

Don't you need to make a real profit and not a cash injection from the stocks on wall street .. ?

May be I'm too stupid or so to understand the dynamic, but for me a business who is 10years old and still is losing net money then there is something wrong with it.

At which point are they big enough to make real money ...

Big as a monopoly like Alphabet search service ?

Elon Musk takes wraps off planet-saving Model 3 vapourmobile

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Re: Tesla a greencar, really ?

You can say that the energy to produce, transport, etc the Diesel is roughly the same as the energy of the different fuels you use to make your steam to move the turbine ... to produce electricity in the power-plant ...

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Tesla a greencar, really ?

So a diesel engine has en efficiency of 40% , the rest of the energy is transforms to heat

Electric cars :

- first we need to produce the electricity .. actual electrical power plants … efficiency of +/- 40%

- this electricity has to be moved from the power plant to the user … in the transport there is +/- 7% who gets lost so efficiency of 93%

- the electricity has to be transforms from high tension to low tension , 25% gets lost ( efficiency of 75% )

- In a battery you receive +/- 72 % back of the energy you put in it ..

- The electrical motor itself has a better efficiency the a diesel engine but still there is 10% energy who gets lots ( efficiency 90%)

=> 90% of 72% of 93 of 40% = 18%

conclusion an electrical car consumes two times more than a diesel engine .

and we don’t count the energy you need to produce and recycle the batteries...

Microsoft replaces Windows 10 patch update, isn't saying why

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If it's free you are the product

Strange things that there is a lot of fuzz coming from the EU and European governments to protect the free users against Facebook and/or Alphabet and other reselling user data internet service company's

but they are blind or mute of the build-in spy-ware in WIN10 and may be in Android, OSi and OSX

or is this a smoke screen

Why are there so many Windows Server 2003 stragglers?

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No Windows Small Business Server 2012

but may-be like us .. the cost to go from Windows Small Business Server 2003 premium to server 2012 + full exchange + full sql-server + full sharepoint is a little to expensive for an small company's ... ( 5 to 15 man strong )

and No not every small company want to go to the trap-cloud solution of Microsoft ...

We where lucky to be migrate to smb 2011 but we don't know where to go from there in the future ...

Apple Watch RIPPED APART, its GUTS EXPOSED to hungry Vultures

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Re: Rolex

Mmm the Rolex,Patek Phillipe, Omega, Breitling lillte helpers aren't modern slaves as there counterpart at Foxcon ...

vSphere 6.0 is BADASS. Not that I've played with it or anything. Ahem

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Re: VDI for small company

Thank you

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VDI for small company

Hello Trevor,

Is this VDI a good solution for a small company <10 end users ?

Could we just buy a second-hand server to virt. the desktops (all win 7 pro) and let the users login in via remote desktop ? (more and more of my colleagues want a nice looking Imac as their desktop ... )

I see the value in VDI for updating and managing ... but isn't this overkill for us ?

When does it start to make sense from a budget vs management point of view for a small group of users

ESA's spaceplane cleared for lift-off in February 2015

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Hermes

Is this a further development of the Hermes-unit I saw on Bourget air-show some 25 years ago ?

Remember Palm's WebOS? LG does – check out its smart TVs

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Evolutions of Sony XMB

The LG interface with is APP-bar looks a lot like a FLAT interpretation of the " XrossMediaBar " of Sony in the PS3?

You know all those resources we're about to run out of? No, we aren't

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The Planet is fine, the people are fucked!

George Carlin - "The Planet is fine, the people are fucked!"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NL8HP1WzbDk

Yes, Google can afford to lose $9bn in Motorola sale. But did it really?

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Also strike against Microsoft

Don't forget that with this move Google has now close ties with Lenovo " number 1 business/windows pc manufacture " .

It's also a gentle strategic move of Google's part to push Lenovo to ship products

witch integrate service of Google (Chrome OS, Android, Google docs, gmail and other services) to it's business customers worldwide and of course Chinese home user.

(Microsoft didn't see this coming. )

Google may drop Intel for own-recipe ARM: Bloomberg

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Re: Pat Gelsinger

Hey Trevor,

do you think it's time for vmware to port vSphere from x86 to ARM ? or Microsoft Hyper-V to arm ?

Or doesn't it make sense at this point ?

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bit and pieces

On the 5/08/2013 the register published :

"Ex-Cray supercomputer interconnect guru Scott leaves Nvidia for Google"

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/08/05/excray_supercomputer_interconnect_guru_scott_leaves_nvidia_for_google/

Hello! Still here! Surface 2! Way better than iPad! says slightly desperate Microsoft

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Re: reason d'etre ...

Trevor I was not saying that you are a corporate sponsored writer !!!

nor The Register .

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reason d'etre ...

Hey Trevor ,

"Better yet, get your product in front of multiple independent types to do comparisons and tell me the results - good and bad - so that I can decide for myself, and do it as quickly and efficiently as possible. "

Isn't that the point of a website like " The register " to act as a neutral technical instructed arbiter/adviser.

and not as a pub-magazine just posting what the marketing department of this big OEM's want the end user to belief ...

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