This section is designated for the SuperWikia Technology Center; a general library and office park for circulation of new and proposed technology systems and components. Its intent is to provide space and resources for developers working on technology based projects (emphasis on computer systems) for their SuperWikia proxeum or guild.
- (Note: For SuperWikia Technology Policy; see: SuperWikia 'Proxeums & Guild- Technology Policy'
- For SuperWikia Software, see: Digital applications)
SuperWikia Technology CenterEdit
Section One- Sensory Motherboard & Mainframe UnitEdit
This section of the technology park is for new and works in progress submissions for SuperWikia-Based Sensory Motherboards & Mainframes; how each proxeum or guild would construct, integrate and develop such components and how each would be used to promote the proxeum/guild during the various recognition and award ceremonies.
Section Two- Toolbox & Central Processing UnitEdit
This section of the Technology Center is for the Toolbox & Central Processing Unit. Its intent is to establish a point of reference on the CPU and its multi-core approach to processing data from each proxeum/guild's perspective.
Section Three- Audio & Visual Graphics UnitEdit
This section is for the Technology Park's 'Audio & Visual Graphics Unit'. This includes all proposed and existing Audio Boards, GPU Boards, GPU Chipsets and all other areas related to A/V hardware. This section does not include SuperWikia graphic software.
Section Four- Power Source & Peripheral UnitEdit
Section Five- Line & Network Computing Unit Edit
Section Six- External Drives & Memory UnitEdit
Section Seven- System Chassis & Housing UnitEdit
SuperWikia Technology Center OutlayEdit
Below is the outlay for the Technology Center and its office park environment. Each section provides a table of contents from which to select a particular focus or topic.
|Note:This table provides each registered proxeum with a selection of links to the proxeum/guilds Section Page, according to the main outlay sections. Each Motherboard consists of one main core or Northern Hemisphere, seven sub-core Sisterboards; each sisterboard comprises seven sub-sub-core Daugtherboards and a main core Southern Hemisphere. When selecting a topic, select from the Technology Listing.|
SuperWikia Technology Center; Bio-Technology ResearchEdit
|(This section is a facsimile of the Digital applications article.)|
Anatomic Benchmarks (Expected Performance for Synthetic Drones, Clones & Recycled Tweep Standards ):
Our mission to continue producing the highest gradience of super-fine density electro-magnetic synthesis (SDES) Drones, Clones & Routed Training Models (or Tweeps) is an ongoing campaign endorsed by the individual Proxeums and their staff. Each classification of artificial humans and human assistants consist of a series of anatomic benchmarks, of which are backed openly by the Technology Center's research committees. The classes entail the following:
- Neural Signal@ Model 2000 SDES Drones with super-high density synthetic stability chip technology.
- Overhead Linefeed Systems@ Model 2000 SDES Drones with thermo-synchronious synthetic processors and vaccum effects generator.
- Drone Nette@ Model 2000 SDES Drones with on-board clone synthesis processor and universal clone adapter plug-in capability.
- Neural Signal@ Model 1970 SDES Clone Blaster with standardized synthetic stablizer recognition chip and expandable insert memory slot (type 1 & 2)
- Aesthetic Laboratories@ Model 1970 SDES Opti-Clone (discontinued model) with 14 pin synthetic parity processor with super-quiet embedded effects generator and network input card.
- Router Embedded Systems@ Model 2000 SDES Router with media link processor and remote command response. Router includes a self-auditing chip and thermo-genic capacitator.
- Bi-CHEDA@ (Binary Code Housing Encoder & Dedicated Appliance) Model 2000 SDES Router with sister board and head interface, 1800 head per cycle thermogenic buffers and dedicated residential encoded data housing.
Each SDES model has fully functional enhancer and spoiler features which allow programmers the option to upgrade onto the real-time thermogenic SDES interface. During processing of programmer encodes, the models may display certain anticipated inline or overhead linefeed feedback. Such displays occur only when large patches of data are being embedded into the model's type 1 or 2 slots. Such data is exemplary of the streamline process and its position within the Technology Center's research programs.