110 Ghz Here We Come
February 25, 2002 5:50PM
edited January 2014
Reply 1 of 4
February 25, 2002 5:52PM
Hmmm that looks like very interesting
which we will no doubt see in the
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Reply 2 of 4
February 25, 2002 5:55PM
Boy my grandchildren are really gonna love these high falutin products IBM has in the pipleline<sarcasm>
Reply 3 of 4
February 25, 2002 6:15PM
[quote]Silicon germanium also includes layers of germanium, a substance that is like silicon but which makes a transistor that can switch faster and perform better.
<hr></blockquote>It's amazing what they can do with flowers.
Reply 4 of 4
February 25, 2002 9:03PM
Hmmm that looks like very interesting hardware which we will no doubt see in the future.
I posted it here because it doesn't refer to a specific piece of hardware,and because the implications are a lot deeper than any piece of known,or even rumored,hardware that is in the pipeline.I've posted on similar topics a couple of times before,this is the third superfast chip that has a shot at reaching the desktop market,along with the op and the gallium arsenide chips.Chips running at this speed would drastically change the tech landscape,it wouldn't be simply a matter of degree,but of kind.All kinds of high end AI applications that are currently running only in labs would become part of everyday life-expect to see C3PO-like droids by the end of the decade.