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ODROID Bench

We have set up a remote ODROID experience zone for someone who wants to measure, preview, and test the performance of ODROID SBCs. The ODROID SBCs in our testbed connected to Gbit ethernet and are open to the public. The experience zone offer benchmarks for performance, cloud server and more via SSH.  ▶

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Build Your Own ODROID-HC1 BitTorrent Seed Server

BitTorrent provides a means of crowd-sharing files; peer-to-peer via “torrent” files. At its heart, BitTorrent allows distributed hosting and sharing of files in such a way that the original uploader doesn’t have to provide all the bandwidth or storage space for people to be able to download the file.I’ll be using an ODROID-HC1 because I want to use a SSD and make this tiny server entirely solid-state. If you’d prefer to use a 3.5” spinning drive you can opt for the ODROID-HC2, and follow the same directions below.  ▶

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Portable Sound Studio: Record Music with an ODROID-XU4Q Anytime, Anywhere

There is a lack of inexpensive hardware systems in today’s market that can handle the variety of live recordings that make up the majority of my business. However, I have to gut my studio and re-patch my PA system to take it on the road. I began wondering if I could make a sort of modular system to cover all my live recording needs and maybe starting a cottage industry of making/selling them. I thought some kind of single-board computer might be able to handle this task. I could not find any examples on the internet of anybody doing it, so I just took a chance on the ODROID-XU4Q, due to its better specification.  ▶