|02-12-2011, 12:34 AM||#1|
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World's First Programmable Nanoprocessor
Announced by a team of researchers from Harvard University ...
...and it's being described as nothing short of a "quantum jump forward in the complexity and function of circuits built from the bottom up."...
... a chip that's just 960 micrometers (or less than 1 millimeter) square ...
That is just awesome!
The groundbreaking prototype computer system, described in a paper appearing today in the journal Nature, represents a significant step forward in the complexity of computer circuits that can be assembled from synthesized nanometer-scale components.
This work represents a quantum jump forward in the complexity and function of circuits built from the bottom up, and thus demonstrates that this bottom-up paradigm, which is distinct from the way commercial circuits are built today, can yield nanoprocessors and other integrated systems of the future...
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