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The Fight For The Fastest Supercomputer
Who will get to exascale first—China or the U.S.?
IBM Transistors Made Of Nanotubes Could Replace Silicon, In Ever-Tinier Computer Chips
Silicon can't keep up with our demand for smaller and faster chips, but IBM researchers may have found a way to continue accelerating chip performance with a whole new kind of transistor.
World’s Tiniest Possible Transistor Created Out of a Single Phosphorus Atom
The smallest transistor ever built — probably the smallest that can ever be built — uses a single phosphorus atom,...
Intel to Mass-Produce New 3-D Transistors for Faster, More Efficient Computer Chips
In a move that could remake the microchip industry, Intel announced Wednesday it will start mass-producing the first three-dimensional silicon...
Tiny, Five-Nanometer Silicon Oxide Switches Could Create Single Chips With Terabyte Storage
Even with great strides being made regularly in the realms of nanotech and materials science, Moore’s Law – the notion...
Researchers Assemble Teeny Working Transistor From Seven Atoms
Miniaturization has been no small force driving computer technology forward over the past five decades, and a group of Australian...
World’s First Junctionless Transistor Could Revolutionize Chip Industry
Transistor junction, what’s your function now? Irish researchers at the Tyndall National Institute have fabricated the world’s first junctionless transistor,...
Tiniest Transistor Ever Runs Electric Current through a Single Atom
A tiny working transistor provides a glimpse of the future in quantum computing
Scientists Find Fundamental Maximum Limit for Processor Speeds
Silicon wafers. Quantum computing. Light-based processors. Any way you slice it, scientists say that processor speeds will absolutely max out...
Chips Can’t Get Much Smaller
Despite the optimism of Moore's Law, scientists predict computer chips have just four more years of shrinkage