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  1. Hi Dasign Your setup is different to what JR is asking to be tested. In his requested test, you will see there's no fiber cable. Only the SFP to RJ45 module and only RJ45 ethernet cables involved.
  2. Is the RJ-45 port optically isolated inside this transceiver? @JohnSwenson
  3. Ah ok, now I get it. Thanks for clarifying.
  4. How is that possible with: Router - cable Ethernet - opticalModule with linear supply - cable Ethernet - microRendu or ultraRendu A single opticalModule has only 1 ethernet port....?
  5. This needs a pair of FMC's right? Not just one?
  6. It's hinted in the article you linked and also briefly discussed in the video but the studios have a studio at the facility itself, to do digitising of analogue masters, so the masters don't have to leave the facility (risk of damage/theft).
  7. A look at the Universal Music vault at Iron Mountain (Boyers, Pa) and general facility tour.
  8. Whoops, missed this. But, as above, the part maybe interesting (I thought) to this thread: Today Universal Music Group is a Goliath, by far the world’s biggest record company, with soaring revenues bolstered by a boom in streaming music and a market share nearly double that of its closest competitor, Sony Music Entertainment. Last year, Vivendi announced a plan to sell up to 50 percent of UMG. The sale is the talk of the music business; rumored potential buyers include Apple, Amazon and the Chinese conglomerate Alibaba. The price tag is expected to be hefty: In January, Deutsche Bank raised its valuation of UMG to more than $33 billion.
  9. Interesting article in many ways. Tragic story. But something potentially related to this thread: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/11/magazine/universal-fire-master-recordings.html Today Universal Music Group is a Goliath, by far the world’s biggest record company, with soaring revenues bolstered by a boom in streaming music and a market share nearly double that of its closest competitor, Sony Music Entertainment. Last year, Vivendi announced a plan to sell up to 50 percent of UMG. The sale is the talk of the music business; rumored potential buyers include Apple, Amazon and the Chinese conglomerate Alibaba. The price tag is expected to be hefty: In January, Deutsche Bank raised its valuation of UMG to more than $33 billion.
  10. Noted and this is why I acknowledged that this was their only quarter of profit and not even their most recent (as you pointed) but I also emphasised their year on year losses continue to reduce, as their paid subscriber numbers continue to climb...
  11. I loved when the late great Charles Hansen (RIP) used to say 'it's not rocket surgery' 😉
  12. Previous quarter was profitable... https://www.theverge.com/2019/2/6/18214331/spotify-earnings-financial-announcement-profits-music-streaming-podcast That was their first ever and yes most recent quarter was another loss but as paid subscriber numbers continue to climb and their year on year losses get smaller, it's not rocket surgery to guess where they're heading...
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