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For Sale – 18 GPU Crypto Mining Farm

18 GPU Crypto Mining Farm

Fully set-up mining rack with 18 GPUs (3 x 6 Rigs). Currently Mining Ethereum using Simplemining.

6 GPU Rig per shelf and Hot Air Extractor on top shelf.

Open frame layout in a Cooling Tent using 2 x Phresh HyperFans (1 Intake on the ground, 1 for exhaust on 4th shelf.

Mining temperatures drop significantly with this solution.

Each rig does between 120-130 MH/s depending on tuning on equihash, so you will buying approx 400 MH/s.

Only used for a short amount of time.

Specs:
Rig1 = 6 x Gigabyte GTX 1060 6GB G1 Gaming

Rig2 = 6 x Asus ROG Strix GTX 1060 6GB

Rig 3 = 6 x Palit Jetstream GTX 1060 6GB

Full Details on Request

Collection only from West London.
Any questions, please ask.

Price and currency: 7000 UKP
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash
Location: Isleworth
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Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Ethereum 18 GPU Mining Farm – 3 x Mining Rigs Crypto Cryptocurrency

Fully set-up mining rack with 18 GPUs (3 x 6 Rigs). Currently Mining using Simplemining.

There is one rack with 4 shelves with 6 GPUs on 3 shelves and Hot Air Extractor on 1 shelf. Each, set up to operate independently from each other.

Open frame layout housed in a Cooling Tent using 2 x Phresh HyperFans (1 for intake, 1 for exhaust,

Mining temperatures drop significantly with this solution.

Each rig does between 120-130 MH/s depending on tuning on equihash, so you will buying approx 400 MH/s.

Only used for a short amount of time.

Collection only from West London.

Any questions, please ask.

Specs:
Rig1 6 x Gigabyte GTX 1060 6GB G1 Gaming

Rig2 6 x Asus ROG Strix GTX 1060 6GB

Rig 3 6 x Palit Jetstream GTX 1060 6GB

Price and currency: 9000
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: CASH OR BANK TRANSFER
Location: Isleworth
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Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Ethereum 18 GPU Mining Farm – 3 x Mining Rigs Crypto Cryptocurrency

Fully set-up mining rack with 18 GPUs (3 x 6 Rigs). Currently Mining using Simplemining.

There is one rack with 4 shelves with 6 GPUs on 3 shelves and Hot Air Extractor on 1 shelf. Each, set up to operate independently from each other.

Open frame layout housed in a Cooling Tent using 2 x Phresh HyperFans (1 for intake, 1 for exhaust,

Mining temperatures drop significantly with this solution.

Each rig does between 120-130 MH/s depending on tuning on equihash, so you will buying approx 400 MH/s.

Only used for a short amount of time.

Collection only from West London.

Any questions, please ask.

Specs:
Rig1 6 x Gigabyte GTX 1060 6GB G1 Gaming

Rig2 6 x Asus ROG Strix GTX 1060 6GB

Rig 3 6 x Palit Jetstream GTX 1060 6GB

Price and currency: 9000
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: CASH OR BANK TRANSFER
Location: Isleworth
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Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Wanted – MacBook / Air / Pro 13” £400-£550

Currently selling my MacBook pro retina 13.3, mid 2014 (A1502) due to upgrading to the latest Pro.

2.6Ghz i5, 8GB Ram, 256GB SSD is the base spec.

In overall good condition, couple of blemishes on the case but the main issues with it are a small chip on the black bezel that surrounds the screen, and the ‘S’ key has some wear…. a replacement can be had off Ebay for £5-£10. Other than that it’s all good, battery still holds a good charge, screen has no scratches, dead pixels or marks.

If you’re interested ill get some pics up.

Wanted – MacBook / Air / Pro 13” £400-£550

Currently selling my MacBook pro retina 13.3, mid 2014 (A1502) due to upgrading to the latest Pro.

2.6Ghz i5, 8GB Ram, 256GB SSD is the base spec.

In overall good condition, couple of blemishes on the case but the main issues with it are a small chip on the black bezel that surrounds the screen, and the ‘S’ key has some wear…. a replacement can be had off Ebay for £5-£10. Other than that it’s all good, battery still holds a good charge, screen has no scratches, dead pixels or marks.

If you’re interested ill get some pics up.

Industrial cloud moving from public to hybrid systems

The industrial cloud runs largely in the public domain currently, but that may be about to change.

Over the next few years, manufacturers will move industrial cloud deployments from the public cloud to hybrid cloud systems, according to a new report from ABI Research, an Oyster Bay, N.Y., research firm that specializes in industrial technologies. Public cloud accounts for almost half of the industrial IoT market share in 2018 (49%), while hybrid cloud systems have just 20%. But by 2023 this script will flip, according to the report, with hybrid cloud systems making up 52% of the IIoT market and public cloud just 25%.

The U.S.-based report surveyed vice presidents and other high-level decision-makers from manufacturing firms of various types and sizes, according to Ryan Martin, ABI Research principal analyst. The main focus of the report was IoT industrial cloud and it surveyed the manufacturers and their predisposition to technology adoption.

According to the report, the industrial cloud encompasses the entirety of the manufacturing process  and unifies the digital supply chain. This unification can lead to a number of benefits. Companies can streamline internal and external operations through digital business, product, manufacturing, asset and logistics processes; use data and the insights generated to enable new services; and improve control over environmental, health and safety issues.

Changing needs will drive move to hybrid systems

Historically, most data and applications in the IoT resided on premises, often in proprietary systems, but as IoT exploded the public cloud became more prevalent, according to Martin. 

The cloud, whether public or private, made sense because it offers a centralized location for storing large amounts of data and computing power at a reasonable cost, but organizational needs are changing, Martin said. Manufacturers are finding that a hybrid approach makes sense because it’s better to perform analytics on the device or activity that’s generating the data, such as equipment at a remote site, than to perform analytics in the cloud.

You don’t want to be shipping data to and from the cloud every time you need to perform a query or a search because you’re paying for that processing power, as well as the bandwidth.
Ryan Martinprincipal analyst, ABI Research

“There’s a desire to keep certain system information on site, and it makes a lot of business sense to do that, because you don’t want to be shipping data to and from the cloud every time you need to perform a query or a search because you’re paying for that processing power, as well as the bandwidth,” Martin said. “Instead it’s better to ship the code to the data for processing then shoot the results back to the edge. The heavy lifting for the analytics, primarily for machine learning types of applications, would happen in the cloud, and then the inferences or insights would be sent to a more localized server or gateway.”

Providers like AWS and Microsoft Azure will likely carry the bulk of the cloud load, according to Martin, but several vendors will be prominent in providing services for the industrial cloud.

“There will be participation from companies like SAP, as well as more traditional industrial organizations like ABB, Siemens, and so forth,” Martin said. “Then we have companies like PTC, which has recently partnered with Rockwell Automation, doing aggregation and integration, and activation to the ThingWorx platform.”

The industrial cloud will increasingly move from public cloud to hybrid cloud systems.
The hybrid cloud market for IIOT will double by 2023.

Transformation not disruption

However, companies face challenges as they move to implement the new technologies and systems that comprise the hybrid industrial cloud. The most prominent challenge is to implement the changes without interrupting current operations, Martin said.

“It will be a challenge to bring all these components like AI, machine learning and robotics together, because their lifecycles operate on different cadences and have different stakeholders in different parts of the value chain,” Martin said. “Also they’re producing heterogeneous data, so there needs to be normalization of mass proportion, not just for the data, but for the application providers, partners and supplier networks to make this all work.”

The overall strategy should be about incremental change that focuses on transformation over disruption, he explained.

“This is analogous to change management in business, but the parallel for IIoT providers is that these markets in manufacturing favor those suppliers whose hardware, software and services can be acquired incrementally with minimal disruption to existing operations,” he said. “We refer to this as minimal viable change. The goal should be business transformation; it’s not disruption.”

For Trade – Mac mini 2011 i5

Hi

Mac mini 2011 Intel i5
Running sera but is currently updating to high sera.

All specs in the pics

I’m after an ipad pro 12 inch

I am looking to trade the mac mini or to sell.

Great condition apart from some marks underneath on the black “foot” but then it sits on this anyway so is to be expected I suppose.

Please ask any questions

Price and currency: £300
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash or bank transfer
Location: Manchester
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Wanted – 8gb DDR3 DIMMs (1333mhz or similar)

I currently have a MB with DDR2 and DDR3 slots in it, but upgraded to 2x4Gb DDR3 (1333mhz sticks) quite a while ago (it only has two slots). I am now keen on going to 12gb or ideally 16gb of RAM, so I’m looking for 8Gb DDR3 sticks please….

Keen to buy if you dont need them, OR…

If you have a machine which doesnt need so much any more (or you are looking to sell one with RAM) then I can swap your 8Gb sticks for my 4Gb sticks plus some cash of course. My 4Gb sticks are Corsair XMS3 so reasonably decent timings.

Location: N London

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For Sale – Intel CPU’s, 8700k, 7700k, 6700k

I currently have 3 CPU’s that I wish to sell:

Intel i7 6700k – This CPU has undergone light use over the past year and still has intel warranty I believe, I do not have the original box for this CPU – £160

Intel i7 7700k – Brand new, boxed and sealed with full Intel Warranty. I am able to purchase a small number from the retail outlet I work for each month at a discounted price and I would much rather sell them on here as opposed to other selling platforms – £230

Intel i7 8700k – Likewise with the 7700k, brand new, boxed and sealed with full Intel Warranty – £260

*Update* All items will be delivered by a 1-3 day courier at my expense.

Price and currency: £260
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: Manchester
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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Mixed Reality @ Microsoft – June 2018 Update – Windows Experience Blog

Recent Microsoft-Harvard Business Review survey shows 87 percent of respondents are currently exploring, piloting, or deploying mixed reality in their company.

Hey everyone — I hope this month’s blog post finds you well!

Today, we are welcoming the solstice in the U.S., and I am very much looking forward to summer in Seattle. In addition to some planned vacation time, I will also be working with our team and partners on some exciting product development efforts for mixed-reality business applications. I can’t wait to share more about that in the coming months!

But before we look too far ahead, June has already been filled with some cool mixed-reality moments.

Earlier this month my colleagues Dio Gonzalez and Katie Kelly presented at the sixth annual Augmented World Expo (AWE) in Santa Clara, California. I was encouraged but not at all surprised to hear from them about the tremendous growth of the conference, with many more incredible and varied AR solutions than ever before. This mirrors the signals we’ve long observed at Microsoft and aligns with the level of activity we continue to see in this space: Mixed-reality technology is increasingly providing demonstrable value across a wide range of workplace scenarios, which is fueling further interest from developers and businesses alike. AWE is a great conference, and I hope to be able to join again next year.

Supporting this observation, Microsoft recently partnered with Harvard Business Review Analytic Services to conduct a survey investigating the unique role and importance of mixed reality within the context of the modern workplace. This research surveyed 394 executives of companies with more than 250 employees each and spanning several industries, from manufacturing, engineering, and construction to retail, defense, and education.

The results—which you can read here—were released today, and the findings are fascinating: Among a great many observations, we learned that 87 percent of respondents are currently exploring, piloting, or deploying mixed reality in their company work flows. Similarly, 68 percent of respondents believe that mixed reality will play an important role in helping to achieve their companies’ strategic goals over the next 18 months.

The survey results identified several exciting areas of opportunity in the growing mixed-reality space.

One of the key opportunities is with Firstline Workers, who make up 80 percent of the workforce but often have limited access to relevant, contextual information due to the on-the-field nature of their jobs. These are the workers who are typically on the frontlines of any business workflow: behind the counters, in the clinics, traveling between customers for field service, or on the factory floors. Several of Microsoft’s commercial customers, for instance, are already empowering their Firstline Workers today with mixed-reality solutions that enable remote assistance, spatial planning, environmentally contextual data, and much more. Mixed reality allows these Firstline Workers to conduct their usual, day-to-day activities with the added benefit of heads-up, hands-free access to incredibly valuable, contextual information.

Lastly, a couple of days ago Alex Kipman spoke about mixed reality in the modern workplace at LiveWorx in Boston. LiveWorx brings together BDMs, engineers, and developers to learn about the tools available to help drive digital transformation in the workplace – such as IoT, mixed reality, and robotics.

Given our mission to help empower people and companies to achieve more, the conference was a great fit for our team. Alex hit on Microsoft’s strategy for mixed reality, in particular how it will serve to accelerate our ambition for an Intelligent Cloud and an Intelligent Edge. For those who have been with us on our mixed-reality journey, and for those who are just joining us, his fireside chat with Jon Fortt is a must-watch.

I am already looking forward to next month’s blog. In the meantime, as always, I’m available on Twitter (@lorrainebardeen) and eager to hear about what you’re doing with mixed reality.

Talk soon!

Lorraine

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