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What is Space Computing?
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Advantages of “Space Computing”
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Disadvantages of “Space Computing”
1. There are no need of be compl...
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Disadvantages of “Space Computing”
6. Extremely expensive maintenan...
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Until now, when people talk about cloud computing, it’s usually understood that the cloud is a metaphor for groups of remote, networked servers. Now “space computing” means it literally: physical servers operating in outer space.

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  1. 1. RamiroRamiroRamiroRamiro CidCidCidCid |||| @@@@ramirocidramirocidramirocidramirocid Space computing +
  2. 2. ramirocid.com ramiro@ramirocid.com Twitter: @ramirocid Index 2 1. What is Space Computing? Page 3 2. Advantages of “Space Computing” Page 4 3. Disadvantages of “Space Computing” Page 5 4. Sources used and webs to expand knowledge Page 6
  3. 3. ramirocid.com ramiro@ramirocid.com Twitter: @ramirocid What is Space Computing? Until now, when people talk about cloud computing, it’s usually understood that the cloud is a metaphor for groups of remote, networked servers. When Lance Parker (CEO of company ConnectX) talks about “space computing” he means it literally: physical servers operating in outer space. ConnectX is a startup company based in Los Angeles, USA working on a way to take corporations’ data out of the cloud and into the final frontier. If this company succeeds, it could revolutionize the way we store, transmit, and analyze information. We can think “Cloud computing” evolution is “Cloud in the space” or simple “Space Computing”
  4. 4. ramirocid.com ramiro@ramirocid.com Twitter: @ramirocid Advantages of “Space Computing” 1. Save energy problems, data centers use up 10% of the world’s electricity Putting servers in space could potentially remedy the energy problem, since they could be powered by free, plentiful solar radiation, so a real IT Green solution. 2. No need to freeze the servers In the space, the weather is -180°C so no need to have refrigeration systems running 7 day x 24 hours. In addition in the space there are not humidity, so no need to control this too. 3. Fast processing because the space environment Space environment would be advantageous for spinning disk drives. Zero-gravity allows the drives to spin with less resistance, and the extreme cold in space means the servers could process faster without overheating. 4. A very good cost-effective to launch a server into space Nowadays the cost of put satellite up into space is not expensive (for small satellites is less than U$S 100,000)
  5. 5. ramirocid.com ramiro@ramirocid.com Twitter: @ramirocid Disadvantages of “Space Computing” 1. There are no need of be compliance or to follow legal topics because satellites are not inside nations legislation area A big risk about privacy data use because no need to have legal compliance, no national legislation apply in the space. 2. Storing large amounts of data in space is not feasible with the actual transmission rates Beam information using electromagnetic waves, this method of transmission is much slower than using wire 3. Space waste or small meteorites could destroy our satellites In the space there are more and more waste (satellites out of service, small pieces, etc.) which could damage or destroy the satellites where the servers are. 4. Shadow problems about coverage To solve coverage problems because of the "shadow", it will be necessary to have 2 or more satellites working together as a “cluster” so more expensive solution. 5. Uplink & Downlink are not symmetric After download the data, it is necessary to transfer in the ground.
  6. 6. ramirocid.com ramiro@ramirocid.com Twitter: @ramirocid Disadvantages of “Space Computing” 6. Extremely expensive maintenance To repair a server in a satellite would be obviously extremely expensive. A very difficult issue to solve. Can the potential reduction in long-term maintenance costs really offset the massive expense of actually getting their servers into orbit? And what about upgrading capacity?
  7. 7. ramirocid.com ramiro@ramirocid.com Twitter: @ramirocid Sources used and webs to expand knowledge “Big Data company proposes servers in space, we have no idea why”- ExtremeTech URL: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/198690-big-data-company-proposes-servers-in-space-we-have-no-idea-why “ConnectX wants to put server farms in space - Geek URL: http://www.geek.com/chips/connectx-wants-to-put-server-farms-in-space-1614728/ “ Can we put servers in space?” – The Space Reporter URL: http://thespacereporter.com/2015/01/can-we-put-servers-in-space/ “ What if we put servers in space?” - Fortune URL: http://fortune.com/2015/01/29/connectx-space-data/
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