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   Re: [xml-dev] Faster XML (was: Why XML for Messaging?)

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You can discuss it as much as you wish....

and please let me know when you actually find a plumber
with such a board.... a playstation/xbox doesn't count.

I really don't know if you deal with tradespeople much
these days. But digging up enough processing power
to do xml isn't a problem that I have heard lately.

Seriously.... I have no idea where you are coming
from on this or trying to go to....

but try parsing this:

 6" Cordless Drill & Bit Set

then start thinking about reasons plumbers aren't exactly
flocking to xml.....

just something to play with now you brought up the
example of the plumber... and how "quickly" xml can
help him get his job done...


On Wed, 1 Jun 2005 7:32 pm, Ken North wrote:
> David Lyons wrote:
> > Also add:
> >
> >   o A faster XML
> A few weeks ago you implied that firmnware and custom silicon was an old
> school approach that doesn't merit much discussion today -- when plumbers
> have a 2.4 GHz PC.
> I don't see silicon solutions (ASICs, custom boards) as dead technology.
> Several companies have taken that approach to XML acceleration. One company
> claims to have a board that's the equivalent of 20 Xeon servers.
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