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and in 2019 10GB/s doesn't sound that impressive, you can get 10 Gbit network at your home, not that you'll really need one
Who saw sir Tim berner Lee?
That tape storage machine was like Star Wars.
Yeah server rooms aren't generally known for their relaxing atmosphere…
i also have been in that computing center, it's really amazing!
Thanks for sharing! Your commentary was great btw
The sealing is also good to keep dust out. You can blow filtered air into the sealed corridor, and it will blow dust and heat out through the computers towards the unsealed corridors. (and the building itself also happens as a second sealing)
Is it Gigabyte/second or Gigabit/second?
And we're in like Flynn!
But can it run Crysis?
"They're just numbers, but when you think about it, they're pretty high numbers"To make the obvious comment, I can't help but be reminded of the room filling mainframes of the 50's and 60's.Except these are more modular, and fill up entire warehouses instead.I was gonna say, even 10GB/s seems kinda low for today's standards, especially considering how many machines where working on it, but then I noticed this video was from 2013.I just wanna show someone in the future 1:52–2:06 and watch them piss their pants.
what are those tapes? hard drives?
Don't be daft, Brady–of course it's "mice," not "mouses."
They look like Dell servers.
Thanks for waiting to get that robot shot. Was worth it, very futuristic looking!
IBM Drives!? You should be using T10000 drives!! Ridiculous.
The plural is mouses, but I guess mice is fine here, given the pun they were going for.
Why don't they use a water cooling system? i.e. Google use it!
wtf is happening here?
Why use tapes? would SSD's not be better? I guess they might be reliable but waiting for the selector arm, then the load time. I don't get it.
3:48 is cool, but nothing epic. Some businesses operate those machines. I would like to learn about their backup method though – imagine the off-site backup of the initial backup? Or maybe they use incremental backup? heh
In laymen's terms, can someone please explain the point of crashing particles into one another? I understand what CERN has been able to produce in the modern era, but how do you make the jump from particle acceleration, to something like creating the Internet, or other?
those server on Booter 😀 would crash everything:D:D
Please, give us the interviews, they were mentioned at the end of the video, but there was no link :C
The consoles at the end are hilarious because it's almost like a simple desktop to more computer than you can imagine. So little to control so much.
this is fiber glass
Brady you are amazing. If you want someone to work for you, message me.
CERN's total annual electricity consumption is 1TWh -1,000,000 MWh or 1,000,000,000 kWh:40 to 45% is for the LHC (including 12 to 14% for cryogenics and 7 to 9% for cooling and ventilation)10 to 12% is for the LHC experiments (ATLAS, CMS, ALICE and LHCb)28 to 32% is for the SPS (including 6 to 7% for the North Area experiments)2 to 3% is for the PS + Booster + Linac5 to 6% is for the Computer Centre (B513)7 to 9% is for offices and restaurants, etc.
CERN is supplied by RTERéseau de Transport d'Électricité (Electricity Transmission Network) is responsible for the operation, maintenance and development of the French high-voltage transmission system.RTE is a wholly owned subsidiary of the partially public-owned French generator Électricité de France (EdF)
EdF:nuclear: 84.7%;renewable energy: 8.3% (among which 4.6% from hydroelectric plants);gas: 2.7%;charcoal: 2.7%;fuel: 1.2%;other: 0.4%.
so, CERN power comes from nuclear. far from clean. good luck managing the radioactive waste. shame on them. with all that money they could have gone renewable.
I hope they use renewable energy for all that cooling.
i was there too! 🙂it is very impressive!
I think the blue ducts are blowing Cold air into the enclosures you see through the floor. The servers then suck in the Cold air from the front and blow it out the back. That way you don't have to cool the entire hall, but only the small corridors between the servers and extract the heat from the ceiling of the hall.
Everytime I see amazing feat like this, I just want to show it to all those conspiracy theorists who think that we can`t build the Egyptian pyramids with modern technology.
Looks like a Minecraft Adventure Map – like "The Great LHC Escape" 😀
I'm from USAmerica, and it's 'mouses.'
I had no clue what I was looking at when I started the video, but I sensed I was somehow getting a glimpse of heaven.
The language is awesome, the JRE is not. Also, since Notch left the project there was plenty of optimization done. Also, it's challenging to optimize graphics in Java since you can't take advantage of a gpu.
Moore's law m8
How about quantum computers?
A limit for classical computing.
A wifi connection in your watch and a cloud service should be enough :d
*Java is awesome, Notch sucks.
That would not do a thing because you new to reinvent the way you process information and I don't think of passing from a binary system (base 2) to a base 16. To now, the only theoric ways of using qBits told us that it is way better a doing parallel calculation instead of sequential.
about 30 fps. Java sucks.
How much fps will minecraft get on this?
That's only because scientist have not discovered the other uses of quantum computing. Keep in mind, this technology is still in it's infancy. When computers were first invented, we only thought they would be useful for simple arithmetic or tabulation problems for large companies. We never knew the direction computers would take just as we will not know where quantum computing will take us.
Not really, quantum computers can only do certain (mathematical computation) jobs a lot faster. It wouldnt be much useful for most tasks you do in your daily life using a computer.
This was VERY cool to see, thanks four giving us a decent and down to Earth tour of the place.
what capacity are they?
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