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Our Motto is "Nothing is Impossible."   Just ask us, we will build you anything.  - Todd W. Byars, Founder

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CorpRattX
1 day ago
Computer Dudes have developed a tow-behind solar power or solar powered computers

It has a mast for lights and cameras, 2 wheels and a heavy duty tow hookup.

The solar panels fold out and then shade the machines and batteries. Cool Stuff!! :)T

CorpRattX
1 week ago
We do have an Anti-Drone system by another vendor.

Drone Radar with Omni Antenna Cone. It is still pretty high in price - but if you have drone issues -

I would say its worth it. :)T

CorpRattX
2 weeks ago
Are you Ready for Raspberry Pi 5?

Here is a preview: https://jfrog.com/connect/post/raspberry-pi-5-what-we-are-going-to-see/

Switching the Raspberry Pis to 64 Bit then upgrading their drive speed with USB 3.1 solid state drives.

We also have small form factor Intel and AMD.
Basically, just contact us with your needs and Location - we make each one custom with the Software Load- to your specs. :)T

CorpRattX
3 weeks ago
Computer Dudes report no damage from Hurricane Idalia. All of our clients are online.

Little or No Damage to Coastal Areas West of Apalachacola, Florida to New Orleans.

Stay safe! :)T

CorpRattX
1 month ago
A2N - airfreight container, solar powered data center created and available for purchase.

Cost is based on Shipping Cost + Number of Servers and Type + Configuration and Loading cost+ test demo with client.

With Global Airfreight these can be sent anywhere there is an airfreight company and or airport.

Or we can still build onsite or ship to you our #solaronemonolith brand of outdoor computers and data centers.

Zero Power Bill - No Buildings required for our outdoor data centers.

Go, Computer Dudes, Go!! :)T

CorpRattX
1 month ago
OK so we tested the Ray Ban Smartwatches for a client over the last week.

It took less than 20 minutes to hack.

We added some security and tracked down the small motherboard.

We like it, its easier on the face than other Smartglasses. :)T

CorpRattX
1 month ago
Working on Assistance for Maui, Supply Line and Cleanup now - then rebuilding on a per site basis.

New types or prebuilt and completely finished Homes (not Tiny Homes).

We need discount or free Transport for A2N Air Cargo Containers packed with supplies and materials.

Do you have extra Air Cargo Capacity to Maui or anywhere in Hawaii?

Maui has a good airport with air cargo but only a small cruise ship light cargo type port.

You can find Todd Byars, Tallahassee, Florida on my LinkedIn Account and initiate contact that way.

There are a number of groups and discussions on LinkedIn and other Social Media.

If you are going to help out or donate - make sure they are legit and have things already underway BEFORE you give.

We are not taking financial donations at this time.

In a week or so we hope to post some Charity Links for groups in action on the Maui Cleanup and Rebuild. :)Todd

CorpRattX
1 month ago
WOW - These Smartwatches with medical and other sensors - you can hack them and directly access the sensors.

The complex optical and other sensors in the watch can be retasked to make all sorts of sensors.

The current model we are playing with has Temperature, O2, Heart Rate, ECG, BP, Blood Glucose, Sleep, Motion, GPS, Air Pressure/Altitude Contact, and other sensors.

It is basically an Emergency Room basic patient hookup - on a persons wrist.

Note smartwatches are not "Medical Quality" sensors but the data can be used for general reference. :)T

CorpRattX
1 month ago
Starlink is in the House!!

Prepping Stand Alone PC for primary control node and access. Air-gapped from other networks at my home and business.

We hope to have some interesting data for you soon. :)T

Administrator
1 month ago
Checking in from New Orleans!

The heat is causing real problems over here but our company has our clients cool and happy. T. Riker, Telecom and Data Engineer.

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