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Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence and BrooksNetworks and the Challenges ahead

The AI Development world and our growing focus on all that surrounds AI.

 

BrooksNetworks has been providing Managed IT Services and network consulting in Orange County, California for well over a decade.  Our first customers happened to be companies based on the creative process. Designing everything from shopping centers to watches. We have built our networking models to withstand the stress they must endure to survive the creative process throughout the infrastructure of a small business network.  We have learned  to always design and implement systems with very low tolerance for inefficiencies and failures. Our core customer base has remained focused on dealing with the tough stuff.  Providing the right solutions for design, marketing and engineering firms who have relied on high-end hardware in order to produce results for their clients.

 

These vertical markets tend to benefit from solutions that push the technology development curve forward when it comes to merging data sources, digital presentation and dynamic manipulation of the process. We have, in turn, found it advantageous to stay ahead of the technological curve.  The outward advent of our plans to focus on Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Design and Rendering systems and other graphic-intense processes are new to us in many ways, but at the core of this evolutionary milestone in our industry, lies the element of "business as usual" when it comes to our approach to vetting and implementing specific systems.  We are not alone in understanding that there will always be something new on the horizon.  Tomorrow will always bring a solution that will lead to the functional antiquation of today's systems. This perpetual sprint forward in technology makes our job as a consultative body for our customer one of the most important things we do.  If our recommendations to invest in infrastructure turns out to be a failure a small business may lose their ability to compete.  Needless to say, we take our own research and benchmarking processes very seriously.

 

In late 2014 we begin to implement a cloud render farm which was designed specifically to utilize the power of GPU's to render digital output that has relied on CPUs for as long as rendering from the moment small businesses, namely small engineering and architectural firms as well as independent advertising agencies were given the power to create original digital content themselves..

 

The future of computers and the size, power requirements, processing speed relationships which have been very predictable, lead primarily by a theory known as Morre's Law" siting that the density of transistors in an integrated circuit doubles each two years. This theory has held true but with the size of transistors being reduced to no more that a few atoms wide, the end of this theory is inevitable.  We are rapidly reaching this point and this has lead to innovations which have focused on having each transistor or switching mechanism do more instead of having more transistors.  Quantum computing has been regarded as the next level of processing because the transistor cannot exist sub atomically.  So the size of a transistor has a a finite property that Moore's Law must yield to. IBM has created a quantum computer and is showing its system openly. This is the next level of processing and it will change everything, probably sooner than later.

Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence and BrooksNetworks and the Challenges ahead

The AI Development world and our growing focus on all that surrounds AI.

 

BrooksNetworks has been providing Managed IT Services and network consulting in Orange County, California for well over a decade.  Our first customers happened to be companies based on the creative process. Designing everything from shopping centers to watches. We have built our networking models to withstand the stress they must endure to survive the creative process throughout the infrastructure of a small business network.  We have learned  to always design and implement systems with very low tolerance for inefficiencies and failures. Our core customer base has remained focused on dealing with the tough stuff.  Providing the right solutions for design, marketing and engineering firms who have relied on high-end hardware in order to produce results for their clients.

 

These vertical markets tend to benefit from solutions that push the technology development curve forward when it comes to merging data sources, digital presentation and dynamic manipulation of the process. We have, in turn, found it advantageous to stay ahead of the technological curve.  The outward advent of our plans to focus on Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Design and Rendering systems and other graphic-intense processes are new to us in many ways, but at the core of this evolutionary milestone in our industry, lies the element of "business as usual" when it comes to our approach to vetting and implementing specific systems.  We are not alone in understanding that there will always be something new on the horizon.  Tomorrow will always bring a solution that will lead to the functional antiquation of today's systems. This perpetual sprint forward in technology makes our job as a consultative body for our customer one of the most important things we do.  If our recommendations to invest in infrastructure turns out to be a failure a small business may lose their ability to compete.  Needless to say, we take our own research and benchmarking processes very seriously.

 

In late 2014 we begin to implement a cloud render farm which was designed specifically to utilize the power of GPU's to render digital output that has relied on CPUs for as long as rendering from the moment small businesses, namely small engineering and architectural firms as well as independent advertising agencies were given the power to create original digital content themselves..

 

The future of computers and the size, power requirements, processing speed relationships which have been very predictable, lead primarily by a theory known as Morre's Law" siting that the density of transistors in an integrated circuit doubles each two years. This theory has held true but with the size of transistors being reduced to no more that a few atoms wide, the end of this theory is inevitable.  We are rapidly reaching this point and this has lead to innovations which have focused on having each transistor or switching mechanism do more instead of having more transistors.  Quantum computing has been regarded as the next level of processing because the transistor cannot exist sub atomically.  So the size of a transistor has a a finite property that Moore's Law must yield to. IBM has created a quantum computer and is showing its system openly. This is the next level of processing and it will change everything, probably sooner than later.

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