Spent an hour with Rob Tiffany, who is VP & Head of IoT Strategy @ Ericsson and Exec Director @ Moab Foundation. We talked about a wide range of topics including Rob’s background as a submariner.
Lately it seems that many developers are taking it into their own hands to design and build low-cost home supercomputers. These compute clusters allow certain workloads to be done cheaper, rather than being sent to the cloud. I brought together a group of the top developers building these clusters to learn more about why they are doing it.
The world of rapid DNA sequencing has come a long way. I talk to Martin Smith about his work with Nanopore, building clusters of computers to process DNA data and venomous creatures from Australia. You can follow Martin Smith on Twitter: twitter.com/martinalexsmith for updates like this: Not sure yet. We (@Hasindu2008) previously crashed our other NAS feeding this swarm. It had similar specs, but 12x HDD in RAID 1+0. Waiting on some SFP+ cables before…
In this episode, I talk to the CTO of Swim.ai (and fellow Bellevue resident), Simon Crosby. Simon holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge in Computer Science (among other degrees) and has a unique perspective on AI happening at the Edge. Disclaimer: All opinions this podcast are my own opinions and not those of my employer.