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  1. #121
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    Xbox one teamspeak app

    Hello,

    Would it be possible for you guys to make a teamspeak app for xbox one? I Noticed there is already a TS3 app for the xbox one but that costs £6+ and looks a bit trash. + If you made it on xbox it would work on all windows 10 devices
    Last edited by dante696; October 30th, 2016 at 10:26 AM. Reason: merged

  2. #122
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    REGARDING Teamspeak Server & ARM Support

    I know this has been talked about before. Yes, I've read the posts. Yes, I've read the locked thread and the MANY comments/feedback.
    FACT IS:

    There is absolutely no reason that there is not at minimum a road-map to support ARM. Teamspeak is doing it's members, as well as itself, a disservice by not supporting ARM in today's world.

    MANY Data centers are switching to ARM based servers for the obvious reasons of energy efficiency, more green Eco-friendly, and quicker ROI. This is something the entire industry is supporting.

    By not supporting the ARM architecture, Teamspeak is limiting itself drastically moving forward. From less hosting companies, less data centers that can run the software, less home TS server users interested in the use of any form of teamspeak server, less end users supporting Teamspeak client simply because less places will offer servers. This is slowly becoming a reality.

    Alternatives, like mumble/murmur, support ARM and those switching to that software often cite the reasoning for the switch as wanting more energy efficient servers using the ARM architecture. I myself have both rented and ran a number of teamspeak dedicated servers for private gaming and business communities for roughly 6 years now, having previously used a different software. I can tell you on a personal note, we are all looking to switch to murmur or another system, simply because of lower costs, reducing space and cooling requirements, and improving efficiency by use of ARM systems. Implementing Teamspeak on ARM would actually capture a lot of the market share that other competing providers are carrying.

    I've heard various speculations from members as to why Teamspeak does not support ARM. These include: Reduced earnings because of more home servers and less renting, or the most common reason... It is too much work or time to develop.
    This is completely ridiculous and false. In fact, Teamspeak will lose far more business from refusing to provide an ARM version then they will by providing one. Such as less personal home servers which in turn will mean less demand for general users to use the teamspeak client. Fact is a HUGE amount of the teamspeak client users are connecting to mainly private dedicated non-commercial servers.
    Recompiling a version for ARM is not a difficult task, and much more complex programs have done it with ease. IT IS NOT A HARD THING TO DEVELOP. It's extremely easy and not very time consuming or costly.

    Teamspeak users have been requesting this for over 6 years, as evident in the thread that was locked and originated in 2010. There has been no proper answer from the Teamspeak team other than 'there are no current plans to support ARM' etc. NO roadmap. NO reason as to why this is not happening. NO reason given to paid licensed users. NO reason that supports logical or smart business practices. NO reason that provides any form of serious answer to their user base.

    I'd go as far to say that the lack of Teamspeak's support for ARM increases it's carbon footprint notably. All of these points are not something that should be shrugged off.


    I feel I speak for many users when I say, we've been ignored and without a just reason, by a company that we've been supporting. Removing posts, providing empty answers, and closing threads is not the proper way for Teamspeak to address this. It's borderline unethical and certainly morally questionable.


    I look forward to hearing an OFFICIAL reply to this issue, that a large and increasing number of YOUR users face, that will provide either just reasoning as to the lack of current AND/OR future support of the ARM architecture, or a roadmap/statement of understanding and review of a teamspeak version for ARM going forward.
    I also welcome others who share this sentiment to speak up and show support.


    Thank you,
    Chris

    (MERGED)
    Last edited by CrazyDiamond; November 18th, 2016 at 08:32 PM. Reason: Post was merged.

  3. #123
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyDiamond View Post
    FACT IS:

    There is absolutely no reason that there is not at minimum a road-map to support ARM. Teamspeak is doing it's members, as well as itself, a disservice by not supporting ARM in today's world.

    MANY Data centers are switching to ARM based servers for the obvious reasons of energy efficiency, more green Eco-friendly, and quicker ROI. This is something the entire industry is supporting.
    "Facts". References? I have not heard of anything like that except for Raspberry Pis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    "Facts". References? I have not heard of anything like that except for Raspberry Pis.
    lol hes spreading misinformation to get what he wants or hes really really misinformed.


    They're using raspberries in datacenters?

  5. #125
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    ARM in Data Centres

    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    "Facts". References? I have not heard of anything like that except for Raspberry Pis.
    Sure, let me provide them for you. I thought it was pretty common industry knowledge by now, my bad.

    Quote Originally Posted by Randinator
    lol hes spreading misinformation to get what he wants or hes really really misinformed.


    They're using raspberries in datacenters?
    I'm really sorry you're misinformed. I shouldn't expect anyone here to be knowledgeable of most industry changes, and so I'll provide some source examples.

    http://www.datacenterdynamics.com/co...06.fullarticle

    http://www.datacenterdynamics.com/co...90.fullarticle

    https://www.sdxcentral.com/articles/...enter/2016/02/

    http://www.computerweekly.com/featur...f-64-bit-chips

    http://venturebeat.com/2016/01/14/am...ith-arm-chips/

    https://www.nextplatform.com/2016/02...r-battle-plan/

    https://www.wired.com/2013/05/hp-arm...ed-chip-paper/

    http://www.zdnet.com/article/google-...-center-boost/

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/aarontil.../#26af9b721b22

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/30297...cited-yet.html


    These are just some examples of how ARM is making its way into the data centers. Honestly, I'm not sure why a user with little to no understanding of this is commenting negatively in ways that will adversely affect them in the long run. What's the motive? My original point stands.

  6. #126
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    Well, the hoster of my IPv6 test server does. However, cheaper Celeron-based servers exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyDiamond View Post
    Sure, let me provide them for you. I thought it was pretty common industry knowledge by now, my bad.



    I'm really sorry you're misinformed. I shouldn't expect anyone here to be knowledgeable of most industry changes, and so I'll provide some source examples.

    http://www.datacenterdynamics.com/co...06.fullarticle

    http://www.datacenterdynamics.com/co...90.fullarticle

    https://www.sdxcentral.com/articles/...enter/2016/02/

    http://www.computerweekly.com/featur...f-64-bit-chips

    http://venturebeat.com/2016/01/14/am...ith-arm-chips/

    https://www.nextplatform.com/2016/02...r-battle-plan/

    https://www.wired.com/2013/05/hp-arm...ed-chip-paper/

    http://www.zdnet.com/article/google-...-center-boost/

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/aarontil.../#26af9b721b22

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/30297...cited-yet.html


    These are just some examples of how ARM is making its way into the data centers. Honestly, I'm not sure why a user with little to no understanding of this is commenting negatively in ways that will adversely affect them in the long run. What's the motive? My original point stands.
    If you believe ARM will take over your sadly mistaken, sure it will have its niche, but intel will for the foreseeable future be dominant. Intel is working on low power and more cores at the moment. Not to even mention AMDs operton which targets budget/low power consumption and more cores.

    I'm not against TeamSpeak supporting ARM, just what your saying isn't %100 accurate as you make it out to be.

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    Lightbulb ARM is becoming popular, like it or not

    Hi Teamspeak devs,

    So, a $89 pinebook got announced a little while ago and I'm thinking of recommending it to my relative. (She's poor, and has no computer). One thing I would like is to be able to talk to her via teamspeak but sadly there isn't an ARM client.

    ARM devices are becoming popular, like it or not, and it makes a lot of sense to buy cheap ARM devices when you live in a country like mine, where you have to save up for months just to be able to afford a low end laptop. Ok, how about using exagear emulator? That adds an extra cost to everything. (We aren't lucky enough to live in a first world country, where you can afford 10 times more stuff.)

    I just wanted to get this out of the way. I mean, we will even be satisfied with an alpha build. There people who want and ARM client of teamspeak also have their reasons. And I doubt they are gonna stop suggesting this.

    Still no plans for an ARM client?

    Thanks,
    Giorgi.

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    Thumbs down Another complaint

    Hi

    I also wanna add this, the way you guys handle this stuff... just leaves a lot to be desired.

    Let me explain, I wanted to speak to a friend who only had an Android phone with him at the time, Google Play Store doesn't allow paid Apps or Apps that have in-app purchases to be purchased and/or downloaded in my country, and it so happens that Teamspeak for Android is indeed a paid App. How convenient.

    I'm not against paying for it, (not sure about my friend though) but the way things are now, leaves a lot to be desired.
    (We ended up using another VoIP software)

    I'm not good at convincing people, and I don't expect this post having an effect, but I just wanted to get this out of the way.

    Thanks,
    Giorgi

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    [Suggestion] UWP / MS Store version of TS3 client

    With Windows 10-S announced, the education-focused, "get-Chromebook", MS-Store-only version of Windows 10, I'd like to see the TS3 client as a UWP version in the Store. This should, fingers crossed, only be a small amount of effort if using the Desktop Bridge at https://developer.microsoft.com/en-u...ridges/desktop.
    Last edited by dante696; May 5th, 2017 at 02:05 PM. Reason: merged

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    We have currently no plans to release our software to any store on PC.
    What Microsoft is doing with Windows 10 S isn't that new. They've done that with Windows RT in the past.
    When sending me private messages: Please make sure to include reference link to your forum thread or post.

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    [Request] Teamspeak native for Steamlink

    Hi,

    is there any chance to get a native client package for steamlink?

    -=Toxic=-

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    If Steam Link should use SteamOS as the operating system, you can install the Teamspeak client. SteamOS is based on Debian (Linux distribution) and the client is available for that. Again, there must also be installed an x86 processor, Teamspeak is only compatible.
    I think it is very unlikely that Teamspeak will run on Steam Link

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    That is an ARMv7 device. I heard there were emulators for x86, but this is not supported.

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