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IBM Carbon Nanotube Technology Could Unseat Silicon Based Chips

In a recent technology breakthrough by IBM, they were able to introduce a new method of creating microprocessors that will be able to satisfy Moore’s Law in the next generation to come. The law... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by KOMPYUTERAN on Oct 28, 2012

One Atom, One Transistor

We’ve already reached the limit as far as making the smallest transistors is concerned. A transistor has been created using a single phosphorous atom by an international team of researchers, with the University of New South Wales, Purdue Univ...
by Hashwired on Feb 21, 2012

Defining Quatum Computing

Professor Michelle Simmons gives us a wonderful explanation of the future of computer: quantum computation!
by Fortasse on Dec 15, 2011

Petascale computing and beyond – Education

National Science Board Approves Funds For Petascale Computing SystemsToday [Aug. 14, 2007] the National Science Board (NSB) approved a resolution authorizing the National Science Foundation (NSF) to fund the acquisition and deployment of the world's...
by SCIENCE TODAY on Sep 14, 2011

Spin transistors to keep Moore's Law and Spin Memory future memory of the world of electronics

Spin transistors to keep Moore's Law and Spin Memory future memory of the world of electronicsThe transistor densities in a single chip has been increased and designed to keep the Moore's law lively. However with today's technology, the trend  h...
by Engineering projects on Dec 17, 2010

Spin transistors to keep Moore's Law and Spin Memory future memory of the world of electronics

Spin transistors to keep Moore's Law and Spin Memory future memory of the world of electronicsThe transistor densities in a single chip has been increased and designed to keep the Moore's law lively. However with today's technology, the trend  h...
by Engineering projects on Dec 17, 2010

The Game – Chapter 06

Myron Price sprinted up his stone stairs and fished a locking card from his runner. Entering the relative warmth of his cottage, he felt satisfaction at having risen early on another winter morning. Fourteen kilometres was pretty good for one who sat...
by The Game on Sep 1, 2009

A third of desktops to go multi-GPU in 2012? Not likely

Last week, the respected Jon Peddie Research Group released a major report on the history, technology, and future of multi-GPU computing that predicts the now-esoteric technology will experience a major renaissance by 2012, with two-thirds of new des...
by Tech News Center on Aug 16, 2009

Chips to clock TeraHertz!

Researchers at the University of Rochester are in an attempt to make a transistor that, at room temperature, could operate at a blazing terahertz speed. The device has been named "ballistic deflection transistor" by them and we cant expect the produc...
by Port-70 on Mar 26, 2007


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