The general tendency for the development of the element base of digital circuitry, starting with the appearance of the first integrated circuits in the early 60s to the present, is a continuous increase in the number of logic elements (LEs) placed on the chip, while reducing the unit cost of one element. An increase in the number of LEs continuously opens up the possibility of creating increasingly complex digital devices placed on a single chip. The main (far from complete) positive results of this trend include: Continue reading
So, we have established that the task of cooling the processor should be solved regardless of how the other elements are cooled. And the ways to solve it have long been known, let me just briefly dwell on some points.
To cool the processor, it is necessary and in most cases it is enough to install a radiator on the processor, and a fan on the radiator. Continue reading
Since then, no surprises have occurred with Novell products to solve the high availability of network resources. Naturally, Novell ceased to support its once-very popular NetWare 3.x product, since over the nearly ten-year history of its existence in the world of information technology, much has flowed. The high availability solutions we reviewed, such as SFT III and NHAS, were not developed in future versions of the operating system. Continue reading