Zero noise

Some of us appreciate silence.

Noise can be a good thing when it is musical, entertaining or delivered by a V8 engine, depending on your point of view. In most situations when focused work needs to be done, silence is golden.

Those of you who have young children will appreciate that silence becomes a rare treat. The incessant noise of an active workplace is also often seen as being indicative of a positive atmosphere. Silence in such a setting may be dull or more ominous than that.

Silence can be the difference between good and great.

And what we have to offer in our silent range of computers is the key to greatness.

When we say silence, we mean absolute silence. No fans, no hard drives and if desired, no optical drives either.

Zanshuri offers ZERO DECIBEL computing. No noise at all. Nada. Zilch!

So someone like me who has a preference for silence and efficiency in their high-end multimedia systems is able to enjoy the benefits of triple-monitor, multi-core workstation class computing with the only perceptible noise being my choice of absurdly tactile mechanical keyboard.

The implications for this extend to so many fields, not limited to the following:

  • Scientific research
  • Audio/Video production
  • Medical applications
  • Libraries/Colleges
  • Software development houses
  • Architectural design studios

And the list goes on.

In actual fact, some of our silent systems have found themselves in active use on trading floors of all places!

Why not take a look at some of the silent range of Zanshuri systems, which you can purchase from us today.

Zanshuri Delta | Zanshuri Epsilon PC | Zanshuri Sigma (20 dBA)

Make it so

EnterpriseIn recent months, we have expanded the reach of our social media presence and encouraged exchanges of knowledge on areas outside our immediate scope. The reason for this is our constant desire to improve ourselves and by extension our products. And we all know the best way to improve is to learn and apply that learning.

The process of gaining benefit from different ways of thinking has been given many terms. One which we feel is quite fitting is “the diversification of exposure to knowledge”. If an entity is given myriad relevant opportunities to learn, to iterate and apply that learning, it must surely improve. We do not know of any individual or organisation which has suffered as a consequence of being too well informed.

We are applying this learning to help identify how our products can be aligned with the exact needs of our clients, now and in the future. How can energy efficient computing improve the capabilities, productivity, carbon footprint, finances and other concerns of your business or organisation? Your interaction with people. Your home.

Efficiency is important to us. It has been from the beginning. And the world we live in today seems to make it increasingly clear that efficiency is more important now than it has ever been.

We are doing something about that.

One of our current R&D activities is focused on developing a retro-fit capable solution to the massive energy consumption of existing data-centre server systems. Yes we have a superb range of energy efficient server and workstation class systems. And we are raising the profile of those products. However we know that developing something which can be introduced to the marketplace now, without the issue of introducing a new brand (even though Zanshuri is 8 years old) has the potential to produce wide-ranging improvements to the industry, the people and the world, as easily as possible.

This is something we absolutely can do. So we will, in the words of Captain Picard, “Make it so”.



I would much prefer that to the alternative

My credentials as a geek were placed firmly on the line by my apparent reluctance to watch the latest Bladerunner movie. In my defence I have had a few distractions to address and more than that, I was hoping the new film would not ruin the wonderful acclaim attributed to the franchise.

Fortunately, Bladerunner 2049 was excellent. If you are in any way a geek, a nerd or all of the aforementioned you should definitely watch it.

Whilst recreating the steampunk overtones of the first movie, Bladerunner 2049 served to continue many of the innovative themes which were touched on in the Harrison Ford original. For example, videophones were non-existent before the first Bladerunner film. Semi-intelligent automated voice control systems were also an eye-opener, as was the biometric security sidearm. Today all of these are a reality.

The new film introduced us to the idea of high-altitude flying cars, fully submerged motorways and emotionally active A.I with the capacity to demonstrate empathy, appreciate art and of course, superhuman replicants. None of these suggestions are beyond the sphere of possibility.

The Bladerunner movies should be a core component of any Computer Science 101 class and I am sure will be repeat-viewing for many technophobes also. They really do hint at an achievable future. However good or bad that may be.

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