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Do-it-yourself supercomputer, inexpensive. Students built a cluster of 16 Nvidia Jetson Nano modules

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Two students at Southern Methodist University in Dallas have created a compact supercomputer using 16 Nvidia Jetson Nano modules.

Do-it-yourself supercomputer, inexpensive.  Students built a cluster of 16 Nvidia Jetson Nano modules

The project was built to teach students how to operate a computer cluster. It took the students four months to design and build the cluster.

We started this project to demonstrate the basics of what goes into a computer cluster. Our Nvidia DGX SuperPOD just opened up on campus, so we don’t really need this little supercomputer to be a real computing environment. But a mini-cluster is an effective tool for teaching how it all really works – it allows students to experiment with wire stripping, managing a parallel file system, reinstalling card images, and deploying cluster software.

The final computer fit into a case roughly the size of a regular Mid-Tower. Each Jetson Nano module offers 472 GFLOPS of performance and 4GB of RAM. At the same time, one module costs only $ 100, so such a tiny supercomputer is comparable in cost to a regular high-end PC.

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Gaming phones will die in 2023. So says the head of Redmi

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Gaming phones will die in 2023 So says the head

The head of Xiaomi Group China and the head of the Redmi brand, Liu Weibing, noted an interesting message on the Weibo social network: in his opinion, gaming phones will disappear as a class.

Gaming phones will die in 2023.  So says the head of Redmi

The capabilities of the new Xiaomi 13 flagships led him to these thoughts: these are not gaming models, but directly in games (the company has already conducted tests for both performance and heating), they are in no way inferior to phones aimed at mobile gamers. “In 2023, you don’t need a gaming phone anymore, the gaming phone is doomed to die“, – quotes the Chinese source of the word Liu Weibing.

Interestingly, Redmi itself has been actively releasing gaming phones. Suffice it to recall Redmi K40 Gaming Edition or Redmi K50 Gaming. But, judging by the words of the head of the brand, the new generation of Redmi K60 flagships will no longer have a gaming model.

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Samsung is no longer a trendsetter in mobile fashion. Galaxy Z Flip5 will be made in the likeness of Oppo Find N2 Flip

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Samsung is no longer a trendsetter in mobile fashion

Insider Ice Universe spoke about the future Galaxy Z Flip5 clamshell smartphone. According to the source, the device will be similar to the Oppo Find N2 Flip in many ways: it will receive similar waterdrop-shaped hinges, an outer screen similar in size to the Find N2 Flip’s 3.26-inch outer screen, and probably also a larger battery. capacity than the current model. At the same time, it is not a fact that the battery of the Galaxy Z Flip5 will be larger than that of an Oppo phone.

Samsung is no longer a trendsetter in mobile fashion.  Galaxy Z Flip5 will be made in the likeness of Oppo Find N2 Flip

All this suggests that Samsung has lost its status as a trendsetter in mobile fashion. The Korean company is now in the role of catching up: already its phones are starting to look like Chinese ones, and not vice versa. Oppo Find N2 Flip will take place next week on December 15, it has already been officially confirmed. While the premiere of the Galaxy Z Flip5 and Galaxy Z Fold5 is expected only in the second half of 2023. In addition, the Oppo Find N2 Flip sales geography, according to preliminary data, will not be limited only to China, which can be a problem not only for the future Galaxy Z Fold5, but also for the current Galaxy Z Fold4.

Ice Universe was one of the first to talk about smartphones with waterfall screens, about the notch in the iPhone X, about the new design of the iPhone 14 and about Samsung’s 200-megapixel image sensor.

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Winamp player added NFT support in Windows version

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Winamp player added NFT support in Windows version

Music player Winamp announced the integration of non-fungible tokens based on the Ethereum and Polygon blockchains.

Winamp player added NFT support in Windows version

Music from NFT tracks plays just like any other audio files.

“Winamp has always been about accessibility and innovation, and today we are proud to launch the very first standalone player that reads NFT audio and other existing formats,” Winamp CEO Alexander Saboundjian wrote in the official release.

The latest version of Winamp allows music lovers to link their MetaMask cryptocurrency wallet through the Brave, Chrome or Firefox browser with Winamp. Users can then connect their favorite track as an NFT file.

In addition to audio, Winamp also supports video files based on the ERC-721 and ERC-1155 standards. So far, the novelty is supported only on the Windows operating network, but in 2023 the company plans to expand the line to other ecosystems.

In an upcoming update in early 2023, the Winamp developers plan to implement a dedicated service for artists and users. It is expected that direct sale of tokens will become available, as well as the organization of concerts through the services of the player. It is expected that the update will immediately be cross-platform.

Winamp is one of the oldest PC music players, created in 1997 by Nullsoft.

Winamp player added NFT support in Windows version

In 2013, the development of the player was stopped, but since 2018, work has been underway to restart it as a single multimedia platform.

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