Vhalidictes wrote:Good point. It's almost as if you shouldn't use biometrics at all.
Subtle sarcasm win.
Acidicheartburn wrote:Wouldn't the sort people/businesses who need this sort of low latency random reads for sophisticated AI be able to afford large capacity solid state storage anyhow? Jeez.
titan wrote:Besides the NIC and computers, your switch will be a limiting factor as well. Any decent switch will at least have 900 Mbps each way.
just brew it! wrote:I suspect we'll start to see similar issues with flagship capacity HDDs in a few years, once the helium has had a chance to leak out.
just brew it! wrote:
(As odd as it may seem, we actually had to do some additional work to make our system capable of economically scaling down to sub-petabyte use cases! )
Pville_Piper wrote:I had some Space Dust IPA by the Elysian brewing company... While playing Elite dangerous no less!
End User wrote:I'd take it one step further. Don't combine you fileserver/media front end server/HTPC.