April 27th 2017. OTTAWA, CANADA.
Deep within the datacenters of Facebook, Google, Microsoft and other IT giants is a little known technology without which many things - even the Internet itself - could not exist. That technology is, of course, the encabulator.
Originally developed by the automotive industry, encabulator technology has since been adapted for datacenter power requirements, providing low flux and high capacitive diractance while effectively eliminating the modial interaction of magneto-reluctance.
Until now, teams of engineers have been responsible for monitoring encabulator status by counting unilateral phase detractors, evaluating magneto-reluctance and even manually measuring panametric fan speed.
Finally, the modern era is here and FrameFlow will soon proudly introduce the Encabulator Event Monitor. The FrameFlow Encabulator Event Monitor will support not only the Rockwell Retro Encabulator and the Chrysler Turbo Encabulator but also the Micro Encabulator and Heisenberg Compensator.
Priced affordably at $750 million per encabulator, the Encabulator Event Monitor is a FrameFlow add-on that will automatically monitor ambifacient lunar waneshaft rotation speed, check cardinal grammeter synchronization, and measure the winding of the differential girdle spring.
The Encabulator Event Monitor has now reached a high level of development. It's available soon wherever FrameFlow products are sold.
FrameFlow (NASDAQ:FRMFLOW) shares surged by 8% on the news closing at another 52-week high.
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