Friday, June 15


Daily News Stuff 15 June 2018

  • Intel bitten by yet another speculative execution bug along the lines of Spectre and Meltdown. This one is called LazyFP. Looks like a good time to be an AMD investor.*

  • If you work with MongoDB, dbKoda offers an administration and development front end similar to those available for SQL databases. Now in 1.0 release.

  • PCIe 4.0 doesn't come without costs, mostly in terms of, um, costs. A single PCIe 4.0 x16 slot could add $25 in materials to a motherboard. PCIe 5.0 is even more expensive.

    On the other hand, Megtron-6 sounds like a Go Nagai series.

  • 802.11ax is here, more or less. This is the successor to 802.11ac, with major speed advantages for crowded spaces with many wifi users. (Less so for single users.)

    Note that this is a separate and distinct standard from 802.11ad (60 GHz ultra-fast line-of-sight), 802.11ay (60 GHz medium-range), and 802.11ah (ultra low power networking for IoT).

* I lost all my money in the dotcom bubble. If you take anything I say as investment advice you are an idiot.

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