What do you expect?

In the future, computers will be more and more portable and the networks that connect computers together will be much faster. Data will be centralized for the purposes of logical integrity. This requires that networks be made fast, reliable, and distributed. Computing in the cloud could not come at a better time than now. Our now? IPV6 is our now and everybody’s now in everyone’s world, connected by our smart phones, laptops, desktops, and servers. E-commerce is going international and fully mobile. Hardware vendors are building systems smaller and faster than ever before. Open source software distribution models are transforming the commercial software model into a collective library… an understanding of technology at the programmatic level. People are freed and empowered to relate to each other by these advances. The commercial system now has a reduced load average and can focus on other processes, like buying, selling, and advertising online using mobile phones. Collective global positioning and mobile innovations have brought knowledge to freedom on foot. Supercomputing is here and we are distributing it to the world, empowering humans to spread ideas like nectar. Modularity, flexibility, convergence, and resilience are emerging in today’s software. What do you expect? – Asher Bond

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