Over 250 attendees!
For those people kind enough to listen to my presentation at the Science Museum on the CDC 6600 for Cambridge Wireless Wireless Heritage SIG ‘The Old Greys to Flash Mob Kensington’ event here are a handful of links with more information
- Here is the link to the PDF of the fabulous little book showing how to design a super computer ‘The Design Of A Computer, The Control Data 6600 by J.E. Thornton‘ (reproduced with permission see last page). All the diagrams I used in my talk are in this book.
Here is the inside of the first Things Network LoRa gateway in Cambridge, UK. The gateway serves the west of Cambridge (other Things gateways will following covering the centre of Cambridge).
I did not want to wait for the pre-built Things Gateway (and thought it would be more fun to build my own). This Gateway is my home assembled Raspberry PI/IMST iC880a combination with the simple Tindle backplane.
Read on for more more details, full build instructions and more photo …
I am one of the five people helping organise this free AI conference. See the CW web site here for more details.
The winter evenings are dark so as a diversion why not build my own complete end-to-end open source based 4G network. Real phones, custom SIM cards, eNB and a complete core EPC network. Here is my dining room table, and here is is what is what I did to make it work.
Spent the weekend, appropriately, on a busman’s holiday looking at transportation data at the Urban Traffic Data Hackathon -Transport For London Dataset Meetup.
Here’s the presentation Mary-Ann & I produced on our recommendations for the underlying topological reference data model to link all of the TfL data together. Seemed generally well received.
Last month, I represented JDSU joining a vibrant public meeting of over 100 people to discuss the ‘Interoperability of Small Cells and the existing Cellular networks’ held at PwC offices in central London.