Upgrading

That is a joke, right? If that would be true (and I wish it would), then we should expect to see a new powerful mainboard coming (or something like Raspberry Pi 2 running NETMF). But @ Gus has told us that he sees no need for any further CPU power increase for NETMF :frowning:

Anyway, I could use my 500 Mbps internet connection to see how well does your server handle many simultaneous connections :whistle:

We have a datacenter full of interconnected NETMF boards running the latest in managed network stack technology. We are fully prepared for your assault. Now I’m off to see the Wizard.

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It’s not April 1 yet… what’s going on here :open_mouth:

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@ jasdev - we don’t know and we will never tell! :whistle:

I believe!. :stuck_out_tongue:

Another change leaked! (below)

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Must be running Secret Labs fancy new network stack :open_mouth:

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Oh no he didn’t double snap

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WHAT? 400Mhz is the final limit? :frowning:

At least we can still get more ram for it

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Website had to go down for the upgrade :stuck_out_tongue:

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@ Josh - It feels more responsive. It was kind of slow lately. :clap:

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@ Architect - I knew there was a reason we were keeping @ Josh around! 8)

@ Josh - Just joking, please don’t change all my passwords! :whistle:

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I’ll second that. It is super quick now.

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Yes very responsive (netmf board farm is impressive ! :smiley: :D).

Thanks !

If they were to start charging for the ram download, the people targeted by these 2 products would buy it:

and these:

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Pics or it didn’t happen … :whistle:

[quote][em]AudioQuest’s Diamond RJ/E is a directional Ethernet cable made with the same hallmark materials, philosophy, care and attention that is applied to all their interconnects, whether it’s an entry level introduction to hi-fi or a died-in-the-wool music connoisseur
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Lol. Illiterate people selling ridiculous products to gullible people.