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  • Our Mission

    Simplifying and automating development and management 
of on-premise cluster environments

    Uptime Industries envisions a future where cluster computing is simplified, efficient, flexible, secure, and accessible to all, while also addressing the increasing challenges of energy optimization, compliance, leveraging AI and data regulations.

    Our mission is to provide a holistic solution for cluster computing that empower organizations and individuals to effectively and flexibly manage their clusters, enhance reliability and scalability, minimize their attack surface, minimize energy consumption, and comply with regulatory frameworks.

    A Tweet From Ivan Started 
it All

    It gave rise to a community of creators and industry influencers. Connecting more and more enthusiasts who can see the benefits of the Compute Blade idea.

    The First 12k Compute Blades are 
in Production! Pledged $1,362,303 to Bring this project to Life.

    Feedback from the Kickstarter campaign has shaped the most versatile device to squeeze all the juice out of the Raspberry Pi4 CM.

    The cluster computing market is undergoing a significant transformation as organizations embrace modern architectures, such as microservices and containerization, and harness the power of big data analytics and artificial intelligence. These advancements have fueled the demand for efficient cluster development and management solutions that can handle the complexities of these dynamic environments.

    The Discord Community 
is Helping to Make This Project Useful to Everyone From Beginners to Large Scale Organizations

    Our Mission

    Extend to Build the Largest Community of Target Market Specialists, Influencers, and 
Key-Opinion Leaders.

    Media Coverage

    { Nov 17, 2023 }appleinsider.com

    You don't have to flip this Magic Mouse hack over to charge

    { Nov 17, 2023 }tomshardware.com

    Hacker fixes Apple Magic Mouse's most glaring design flaws, including its oft-maligned charge port

    { Nov 17, 2023 }gizmodo.com

    This Engineer Created The 'World's First Ergonomic Magic Mouse With No Weaknesses'

    { Nov 17, 2023 }tomshardware.com

    Hacker fixes Apple Magic Mouse's most glaring design flaws, including its oft-maligned charge port

    { Nov 17, 2023 }creativebloq.com

    Someone just fixed Apple's infamous Magic Mouse design crime

    { Nov 17, 2023 }digitaltrends.com

    The Magic Mouse has been fixed, but not by Apple

    { Nov 18 2023 }boingboing.net

    Apple's Magic Mouse hacked to be ergonomic

    { Nov 18, 2023 }macg.co

    Un hacker tente de rendre la Magic Mouse utilisable avec de l'USB-C

    { Nov 18, 2023 }Hacker News

    I Hacked the Magic Mouse

    { Aug 2, 2023 }techspot.com

    Modder powers Apple Mac Mini entirely through Ethernet

    { Aug 1, 2023 }tomshardware.com

    No Outlet Needed: Mac Mini Mod Powered By Ethernet Only

    { Aug 1, 2023 }appleinsider.com

    Ingenious hack powers M1 Mac mini with Ethernet cable

    { Aug 1, 2023 }techgoing.com

    Apple’s M1 Mac Mini is transformed into a PoE network port for power supply

    { Aug 1, 2023 }mactechnews.de

    Bastelprojekt: Mac mini M1 läuft ohne Stromkabel

    { Jun 6, 2023 }heise.de

    Raspberry Pi 4 als Blade-Server

    { May 17, 2023 }tomshardware.com

    Compute Blade Review: Raspberry Pi on a Server Rack

    { Feb 13, 2023 }tomshardware.com

    Raspberry Pi Powered Compute Blade Makes the Cut

    { May 9, 2023 }raspberrypi.com

    Compute Blade for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module

    { Feb 10, 2023 }hackster.io

    Ivan Kuleshov's Uptime Compute Blade Is an Enterprise-Grade Raspberry Pi CM4 Cluster Solution

    { Oct 27, 2022 }tomshardware.com

    Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Delidded and Overclocked to 2.5 GHz

    { Oct 26, 2022 }pibenchmarks.com

    Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Overclocking Benchmark

    { Oct 26, 2022 }reddit

    I scalped the Raspberry Pi CM4 and reached 2.5GHz

    Videos

    The project received a lot of publicity after a Compute Blade 0.6 review

    Compute Blade review from Michael Klements

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