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Our Motto is "Nothing is Impossible."   Just ask us, we will build you anything.  - Todd W. Byars, Founder

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Hello World! Welcome!! 2021 is going to be a great year!

Welcome to The Computer Dudes, Inc's newest website.    We are using the latest system by e107.org, it is a PHP with Database System similar to but in our opinion better than Wordpress or other CMS type websites.

PHP and other Code types are interchangeable between all those websystems, or one can use standard HTML in any area or page.    We just launched this version earlier this afternoon.  Watch as we activate and populate the features.

Kindest Regards - Todd W. Byars 

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The Solar One Monolithic Super Computer now comes with 3 Monolith options for clients.

on 10 May 2021  Posted by Administrator  Category: Technology  Comments: 0

The main Monolith is made of polished marble, around 6 feet tall, and about as wide as a man.  

On the Original - A second piece of Granite of the same size and width but of shorter length is attached to the Monolith in the ground.  Two pieces of thin steel separate the two pieces of stone.  Solar Panels go on one side, computer parts and video screen, mouse and KB, all weatherproof go on the other side of the monolith.  

The main Computer Core is either attached to the granite or is in a glass shell on top - because the computers and core are strangely beautiful.

We are now introducing the "T-Head" and "X-wing" Monoliths.   

These use the standard 6 foot Monolith - that goes in the ground, but use only granite for their form to connect the 2nd piece of granite.
They also allow for upgrades using larger Motherboards in our Gordo and Chico Clusters.

Follow me on LinkedIn:  Todd W. Byars  

There is video there of the Solar One Monolith which has been online since Jan 4, 2021 with no grid power or wired connections.
The main website for Newline Microservers is not up yet.   We have sold enough units to keep us busy for 3+ months.  

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Gordo and Chico Class Supercomputers: An Overview

on 27 Apr 2021  Posted by Administrator  Category: Technology  Comments: 0

Chico Class
2 to 8 Raspberry Pi 4Bs, or similar form factor computers
130 Watt Maximum power consumption
The Chico Class comes in a clear plexiglass case the size of a loaf of bread.

Gordo Class
8 to 48 Raspberry Pi 4Bs, or similar form factor computers
750 Watts per hour Maximum Power Consumption 
PLA, Plastic, Plexiglass, CarbonFiber or Glass Computer Core
Gigabit Wired Switch with dual Uplink Ports (wire or fiber)

Indoor / Data Center Version
Outdoor / Solar Powered Monolithic Version

More details and specs coming soon:    

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Solar One Monolithic Solar Supercomputer has been online since January 4th, 2021

on 22 Mar 2021  Posted by CorpRattX  Category: Technology  Comments: 0

Today it is covered in pollen.   Last night and the night before it weathered winter storms and power outages.

Our Solar One Monolithic Solar Supercomputer has been online with no grid electric or internet ties since January 4th, 2021.   It is powered by high effeciency solar panels which run the computers and charge the batteries during the day.  Then at night it runs of a large DC Battery.   It will run for 10 days or more on the battery with no solar input.

We sell 2 lines of these Monolithic Solar Supercomputers:
The "Chico" Class with 2 to 8 computers.

The "Gordo" Class with 8 to 48 Computers.

Each comes with its own  Gigabit Switch which has uplink ports if wire or fiber is preferred by the client. Each Monolithic Solar Supercomputer client also gets to select the granite, or marble Monoliths,  The computers and solar panels to attached to the Monolith which then goes into the ground for 2 feet, making the whole thing about 6 feet tall above ground.

By our calculations the Chico and Gordo Class Solar Monolithic computers make every data center on the planet obsolete.   Imagine a "data center" with no building costs, no electric bill, no air condioning bill and to heavy diesel power backup systems.

Your Pal - CorpRattX  :)

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Administrator
3 days ago
I kept having this problem with Microsoft Windows doing updates and rebooting even if it was set to NOT do those things.

I fixed it thought.

I switched to Linux.
bahahahaha New Spin on and Old Joke but still as true as ever. ;)

Administrator
2 weeks ago
Well, we have sold several of the Monolithic Computers and are in production with those... so we took the main website videos down. We want to finish these orders before we sell any more. So videos only on LinkedIn for now. :)

wartickler
1 month ago
I did see that yes. Are those vids posted anywhere else? I avoid LinkedIn like I avoid all social media platforms: like the 'rona.

Administrator
1 month ago
Good to see you wartickler!

You seen my latest the "Solar One Monolith" a series of Outdoor computers running off solar power with WiFi or SatLink Internet?

We have videos posted on LinkedIn under Todd W. Byars profile.

Also the BUS is back as a non-mobile lab and cleanroom where we build the cluster type supercomputers of 2 classes.

"Nothing is Impossible" is still our motto. - The Computer Dudes

wartickler
1 month ago
I said, " WELCOME! BACK! RATT!"

wartickler
1 month ago
welcome back ratt

CorpRattX
1 month ago
Solar Monolith Designs are out! The "T-Top" and the "Xwing"

Made of granite or marble they will become outdoor solar supercomputers with from 8 to 48 computers in each.

Computer Dudes - Where Computers and Engineering become Art. Is it Art or is it a Computer??

Administrator
1 month ago
Spring is here and so is the Pollen! Achoooo!! ;)T

Administrator
2 months ago
Everyone wants the BEST!

Computer Dudes have that covered. We only sell the best. :)Admin

Cousin
2 months ago
Cousin Williams is on the team!

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