Those processors and memory can be combined with up to three Nvidia Quadro P6000 GPUs or AMD Radeon Pro WX 9100 parts if you prefer that team. The hefty desktop systems have four internal drive bays, two external (and a third external for an optical drive), and nine PCIe slots. Storage options include up to 4TB of PCIe-mounted SSD, and 48TB of spinning disks. A range of gigabit and 10 gigabit Ethernet adaptors are available; the machines also support /b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth . Thunderbolt 3 is available with an add-in card.
The script remained under Columbia's shelf until legal issues forced them to withdraw. The studio was set to begin shooting a comedic send-up of Double Indemnity entitled Big Trouble . Columbia's legal department determined that the film's plot was too similar to Double Indemnity and they needed the permission of Universal Pictures , owners of the earlier film, if the film was ever to begin shooting. With Big Trouble already set to go, desperate Columbia executives phoned Universal's Frank Price to get the necessary paperwork. Price was a former Columbia executive who had been quite fond of the script for Back to the Future during his tenure there. As a result, Universal agreed to trade the Double Indemnity license in exchange for the rights to Back to the Future . Thus, the film finally had a home at Universal. 
Microsemi’s ZLK38AVS AcuEdge Development Kit is designed to enable third party developers and original design manufacturers (ODMs) to evaluate the audio front-end enhancement with Amazon’s AVS. The kit includes a development board and plastic pillar to position microphones and speakers for smart speaker prototype demonstration. The development board interfaces directly to a Raspberry Pi 3 board and speaker, both sold separately. Its quick-start guide and user interface enable users to evaluate Microsemi’s audio solution and provide a quick prototyping platform to accelerate time to market.