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A native of Western Australia, Regan Udy owns and operates the Metropolitan Perth franchise of Supercheap Storage; which won an award for best storage business in the territory. Having graduated from Perth Grammar School with a certificate in accounting and being an experienced businessman, he lives by the ‘one man, one life’ philosophy. When he’s not busy running his business, Regan spends time with his wife and friends living it up in the great outdoors. Aside from traveling around and exploring what the Australian Outback has to offer, they avidly participate in numerous exciting activities that include skydiving, boating, running, traveling around the region and parts of SE Asia, trying unusual foods and generally kicking up a good time. The success of Supercheap Storage has grown steadily since it first started in Sydney in 2008 and Regan’s recently opened SuperCheap Self Storage Perth North division is no exception.


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    • It is expected of the technology world to have its own pros and cons. We should expect this because of how dynamic the entire industry truly is. Changes are constant and we are not able to keep them within our control. What we can do though is to move forward and always seek knowledge about this sector to catch up whenever possible.

    • This was a really good introduction to the functions surround the pipe operation and systems in an application. I think that I will spend a little bit more time reading up about this to see how it can be implemented better into the systems I'm working on. In the meantime, do you have any other literature that you could direct me to if I wanted to read up about it please? Looking forward to your replies!

    • I reckon that the whole IoT framework is still very much in its infancy. There's a lot more that we can do to make it more sophisticated such that everything communicates well with each other. It's a matter of focusing on the bottlenecks and improving the connections as we find the problems and I'm sure that we'll be able to create a more fluid system where we don't suffer from any inflexibility in the end. Or at least we can hope!

    • I've never been too well versed in the world of electronics but I would believe that audiophiles might be very interested in seeing how these chips would affect the quality of sound in their devices. I assume that we would see a great increase in capability and perhaps sound and vibration would present itself very differently after these new chips are installed in all of our hardware moving forward!

    • It's nice to know that there are a lot of different techniques to accommodate the different requirements that we need from data. I personally would not know what to do around all of these systems, so it's great to have access to your articles to read up on what is really going on behind the scenes! Thanks for sharing!

    • If I'm going to worry about my internet connection, I just think back to our 56k modem days and remember that God-awful dial tone and how horrible it was when you needed to make a phone call while you're in the middle of a download and I think we're not all that bad right now. To be honest, we just want too much from what we have and if we stop and smell the roses, we'd realise that what we have right now is actually pretty good as it is! Not that we wouldn't mind it being better of course!

    • Seems like a lot more research has to be done to see if these processors might be compatible with some home set ups though. I think that the capacity and load on the home systems might be a bit on the lower scale of things for it to warrant processors of this nature, but you never know! People these days are demanding for so much more efficiency so you just might see some people try their hand at inserting on of these into their appliances and framework at home.

    • Gosh I read this and I'm happy that I get to use the end product. I am totally in awe of people like Jobs and Gates who somehow managed to put together all of these jumble of coding languages to creating an entire system that runs so many other applications. I for one have trouble running simple GUI at all not to mention creating a whole computer system so yeah, kudos to all the engineers who take care of all of the hard work for us regular folk!

    • I think I know of a couple of friends who might be looking at such components to tinker around with some home projects that they have running. It might make a very big difference to the kind of electronically circuitry they are fooling around with. Who knows that these high directivity couplers might be able to help them get some kind of unprecedented connection network in their home or something! Haha!

    • It's articles like this that really reaffirm my believe that people are just not ready for widespread use of autonomous usage. I think that at the very most, it's only the public or company networks that should be able to use vehicles like this. I can't imagine what would happen for regular people to start using an autonomous car and then a problem crops up... The whole car industry could down if they don't make sure their product is 100% before people are allowed to get their hands on them...