Gordo-8: A Systems and Pricing Review

on 19 Aug 2021  Posted by CorpRattX  Category: Technology  Comments (2)
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The Computer Dudes, Inc's research on Single Board Computers, SBC's, began in the 1990s.   SBC's use very little electricity.  In the 1990s SBC's were only used for traffic signs and such.  The first SBC Computer Dudes used was a 80846.

For the last 3 years we have developed and are in production with the Gordo-8 and Gordo-12 Series.   The number beside the name indicates how many computers are in the cluster.  
The Gordo Series uses a round core which allows for many motherboards to be run in a cluster or as separate servers. 

Gordo-8 Base Configuration

Node Zero: Control Node
Node One: Apache Server
Node Two:  Samba 4 Server with 1 Tb SSD, USB 3.1
Node Three:  Samba Node (controlled by Samba4 Server)
Node Four: Raspberrian Server or Workstation
Node Five: Backup Server for Files, Data and Video
Node Six:  CUPS / Print Server
Node Seven:  Routing and Security Server

Base Pricing


Gordo-8 Monolithic Solar:  $9,750

Gordo-8 Standard plug in / indoor version:  $5,750

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2 Comments

  • Posted by CorpRattX on 25 Oct 2021
    Gordo-8: A Systems and Pricing Review
    CorpRattX
    Comments: 3
    Site Two: Monolithic Data Center Project, Initated somewhare in the North Georgia Mountains today at an undisclosed location.

    A Gordo8, Class V, Monolithic Solar, is now online and our install team is returning to Tallahassee this evening.

    The Gordo8 placed will now begin to evaluate the site for sun and climate at this latitude and longitude.

    The client or Computer Dudes of Engineer level or higher can all access any of the Monoliths remotely through their phone, laptop, or any internet interface.

    Site Two became the 2nd Solar Monolithic Data Center on planet Earth about an hour ago.

    Great Work! Thanks to everyone - :)Todd
  • Posted by CorpRattX on 20 Oct 2021
    Gordo-8: A Systems and Pricing Review
    CorpRattX
    Comments: 3
    Just sold Serial Number 004, Gordo8, Class V, Monolithic Solar.

    The client requested double the battery packs and extra solar cells. This unit will be driven to the North Georgia Mountains on Monday where it will be installed, activated, and turned over to the client. :)T

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CorpRattX
2 weeks ago
Today we were studying long-term Solar and Weather Damage to our outdoor supercomputers of the #solaronemonolith class.

No system failures. No Core failures.

Much heavier damage to semi-clear plastic covers of the battery compartment were discovered.
AEFlorida (our engineering group) already designed a replacement made with glass, steel, stone. or carbon fiber. :)T

CorpRattX
1 month ago
Our Solar Engineering Team has come up with 2 configurations of "Solar Tower" for power generation.
Low Cost mounting and setup. High weather and wind resistance. Go Dudes! :)T

CorpRattX
1 month ago
Our #solaronemonolith and the worlds first Monolithic Off-Grid Solar Data Center have become a minor attraction here just South of Tallahassee, Florida.
The Granite Monoliths are quite beautiful in the Sun or at Night. People drive by slowly or stop on the street out front to take a look several times a day.
We put signs on the fence next to the road explaining the project and listing some of the technical specs.
Good Job Computer Dudes! :)T

CorpRattX
2 months ago
Cue up AC/DC "Back n Black"

and TURN it up!

#solaronemonolith
#toddwbyars

CorpRattX
5 months ago
Hey! This is Todd.

I am still on medical restriction from working for a month or so as I recover from my open heart surgery about 2 weeks ago.

It is slow going and painful but I am making progress every day and the medical people are sending 2 nurses by my house each week - one for case managment and one for physical therapy.

I am under orders not to lift anything weighing more than 10 lbs.

Thanks for everyones concern and all the kind note, emails and discussions on LinkedIn.

More soon. Thanks - Todd

Administrator
6 months ago
Hi, I am Thomas Riker, I am an engineer out of New Orleans helping cover the SE United States with Computer Dudes products and services.

As many of you are aware our Founder and the inventor of the #solaronemonolith recently had chest pains and went to the Hospital. Todd is out of the Hospital now but must return for Open Heart Surgery next week or the following week.

Todd transferred command of Computer Dudes to me this morning.

He plans to return in 6 to 12 weeks. Until then the rest of the Computer Dudes and their engineers will continue operations normally.

You have my word on this. :)

Thomas Riker
Computer Dudes, New Orleans, Field Engineer and now Temporary CEO of Computer Dudes.

CorpRattX
7 months ago
War or No War.
All our clients are STILL secure.
All backups done and in storage.
Good Job Dudes!

Regards,
Todd

CorpRattX
7 months ago
Network and Workstation Virtualization Starts Here:

https://www.vmware.com/topics/glossary/content/network-virtualization.html

Use "Baremetal" Servers with No Clouds or Command Consoles for most secure operation

Google P2V for more info. :)T

CorpRattX
7 months ago
ALERT: As our confidence in Windows Operating Systems continues to decline we would like to advise all our friends and clients to P2V any critical Windows Systems that they have online or in critical systems and servers.

Virtualization allows safe operation and quick restoration of any computers that fail.

Virtualized systems can be kept safe and monitored externally in real time behind your companies routers and DMZ.

Virtualized Systems on local servers with offsite data center backup and redundant backups.

CorpRattX
7 months ago
Cellular or WiFi Data can be less Expensive than a Satellite Link for remote projects and Data Centers.

We have several versions of Cellular Data available for our #solaronemonolith products and outdoor off-grid data centers.

https://sixfab.com/hardware/

Why should Data Centers have ANY power bill or even a building with this level of technology? ;)

Regards,
Todd W. Byars

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