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3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?

Very useful power efficiency control products.
2 (3%)
Software Defined Electricity is the future!
1 (1.5%)
Nothing new, all been done before.
4 (6.1%)
Not sure / don't know.
5 (7.6%)
Probably mostly just snake oil / scam.
54 (81.8%)

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #300 on: September 26, 2019, 01:18:49 pm »
So what does this software do?

It is all of the software required to deliver the computing power that we have. The interaction with the processor and the data processing, compiler, etc.

What does the software that you are replacing do?
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #301 on: September 26, 2019, 01:20:23 pm »
[...] is able to extract orders of magnitude more computing power from that processor. In addition, multiple processors can be paralleled together for even more computing power. This is the key to all of our technology, computing power.

Is the pushback here or further down the line?
I think one can start here. In my book, an order of magnitude is a tenfold increase. Here the plural is used, so let's say at least 1.5 OoM (just to be kind).
That is a 30-fold increase in "computing power" for a given processor.
Sorry, but extraordinary statements require extraordinary evidence.
Application specific computer languages are one dime a dozen.

This might just be a communication and language problem.
I would say cdoerfler is not the right guy to speak to EEs, or like minded persons, but he should be well aware of this by now.
Words are important.

If they have such a revolutionary technology, they should also have someone that understands and can explain it in a technical way.

The extraordinary evidence is controlling and balancing electricity in real time.

It is orders of magnitudeS more than the processor presently achieves. Nothing was wrong with my language so far, you are just pissed that you have to learn this from me.
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #302 on: September 26, 2019, 01:22:47 pm »
So what does this software do?

It is all of the software required to deliver the computing power that we have. The interaction with the processor and the data processing, compiler, etc.

What does the software that you are replacing do?

processes data, interacts with processor
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #303 on: September 26, 2019, 01:35:02 pm »
So what does this software do?

It is all of the software required to deliver the computing power that we have. The interaction with the processor and the data processing, compiler, etc.

What does the software that you are replacing do?

processes data, interacts with processor

And there ends your trolling. You can't/won't answer simple questions.
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