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In this photo are three structural nodes, intended to hold cables above a road in The Hague.
The difference is the node on the far left was designed by a human, and on the far right by a computer.
More importantly, the node on the far right supports the same weight, but weighs 75% less and is 50% smaller.
It makes you think where design and aesthetics will shift toward, in a future where computers design our world.
1.Understand data traffic patterns on your network
2.Watch the volume of requests to your render farm manager 3.Don’t burden your file server 4.Don’t underestimate license management during rendering 5.Match your hardware to the type of render job 6.Cache or sync data to reduce traffic at scale 7.Your Supervisor needs horsepower!
8.Keep a watchful eye on your spending
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