HP Reports A Nanotech Breakthrough

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Postby bob » 02/01/05, 2:48 am

Researchers demonstrate the proof of a design that could pave the way for future computers that operate without silicon transistors.
By Aaron Ricadela
InformationWeek



Scientists at Hewlett-Packard have demonstrated that a layer of molecules just three-billionths of a meter thick can help store data during a computing operation without using traditional semiconductors, adding another piece to a portfolio of technology HP is assembling to perhaps one day construct computers that harness the strange effects of quantum mechanics.


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Postby JohnT » 09/26/07, 3:08 am

bob wrote:that harness the strange effects of quantum mechanics.



I wish someone would harness the strange effects....only last week my mechanic cross-threaded my oil filter and its been leaking like the devil ever since.... :twisted:
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