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To: axial who wrote (46052)9/29/2017 11:48:42 PM
From: Frank A. Coluccio
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Jim,

As you my have inferred from my many posts on a closely related topic in the past, my position is that no individual component or network element alone has as much influence on a system's overall energy efficiency as the supporting infrastructure immediately surrounding it. See my Twitter profile page, whose pinned tweet contains a pointer to one of my posts to another forum of almost ten years ago:

@fcoluccio 1 Apr 2016 "It's not the type of wire you install that determines energy efficiency. It's the supporting architecture, Stupid!"

cr4.globalspec.com

FAC

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To: Frank A. Coluccio who wrote (46053)9/30/2017 2:57:16 PM
From: axial
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Thanks, Frank — For further research, that provides a cautionary framework.

Jim

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To: axial who wrote (46054)10/2/2017 4:00:28 PM
From: Frank A. Coluccio
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Hi Jim,

As I mentioned offline, I encountered an abnormal condition here yesterday, manifest by one of my messages vanishing after a successful posting. It seems it was an isolated case. I'm wondering if anyone else here encountered this or anything similar?

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Back to the magic of quantum dot technology, or, as Einstein dubbed quantum entanglement, spooky action, I've done further digging (by no means exhaustive) and can't find anything in the trades or literature corroborating the larger message behind the release: "Putting the Internet on an energy diet."

The more I think about this claim, the more unlikely it seems. Since this is something that directly touches on my own areas of interest, I'll do a more exhaustive search. and call the company sometime this week and ask for clarifications. One way or the other, I'll get back here with my finding.

FAC

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To: Frank A. Coluccio who wrote (46055)10/2/2017 7:37:50 PM
From: axial
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'... I've done further digging (by no means exhaustive) and can't find anything in the trades or literature corroborating the larger message behind the release: "Putting the Internet on an energy diet." '

— Same here. That was what triggered my query to you. That fact must be weighed against the company's origins, genetics and bona fides.

'Since this is something that directly touches on my own areas of interest, I'll do a more exhaustive search. and call the company sometime this week and ask for clarifications. One way or the other, I'll get back here with my finding.'


— There'll be more discerning questions (and likelihood of answers) thru you than via muggles like me.

'The more I think about this claim, the more unlikely it seems.'

— Yes. Probably time and attention has been captured by marketing and hype. But, maybe not. Looking forward to your evaluation.

Jim

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From: Frank A. Coluccio10/8/2017 12:29:08 PM
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Musk in on-discussion (a tweetalogue?) with PR Governor to remake the island's power grid:

Puerto Rico Governor Responds To Elon Musk’s Offer To Have Tesla Rebuild The Island’s Power Grid

theguardiansofdemocracy.com

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To: Frank A. Coluccio who wrote (46057)10/8/2017 1:48:55 PM
From: Frank A. Coluccio
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Cont.'d: Elon Musk says Tesla could rebuild Puerto Rico’s power grid with batteries and solar






electrek.co

fac: for an appreciation of scale see photos and video of Tesla's project on Kauai

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From: elmatador10/15/2017 1:49:26 AM
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Mobile vendors used money losing Managed Services contracts to block changes in the network. Operators shed thousands of employees to them to concentrate on their business. Both were happy. It worked as long of the profits of selling SW and HW subsidized Managed Services. This is ending now.

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To: Frank A. Coluccio who wrote (45980)10/15/2017 1:51:45 AM
From: elmatador
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Because of the 3GPP.
That is why out of an almost infinite number of possibilities that technology avails itself to, we end up with only two choices?

This is communism.

OTT is capitalism

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To: Frank A. Coluccio who wrote (45977)10/15/2017 2:02:39 AM
From: elmatador
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What happened when "Big Content moved closer"
Two huge impacts from Big Content moving closer to where the customers are:

1) It broke the bottleneck and data consumption in the fiber metro loops (Datacenter to Consumer) skyrocketed and keep going up

2) As the users experienced faster downloadings, their perceptions changed.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/big-content-moved-closer-osvaldo-coelho/

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From: ftth10/16/2017 8:44:29 AM
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Major Wi-Fi security flaw could allow hackers to listen in on any of your devices

cnbc.com

and:

'All wifi networks' are vulnerable to hacking, security expert discovers
theguardian.com

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