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Monday, May 2, 2016

New technology helps computers 1,000 times faster


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Scientists from IBM today announced a new research results, when using light pulses to speed optical data transmission between chips. Thus, the processor performance of current supercomputers would rise to 1,000 times the current speed.
According to CNet, the new technology, called CMOS Integrated Silicon Nanophotonics is the integration of optical and electronic modules on a single piece of silicon, allowing electrical signals are converted into pulses of light. This will allow the transmission of information between the chip faster.
Will Green, research scientist at IBM photonics, said the technology could lead to major advances in generating power "terrible" for today's supercomputers. The fastest supercomputer in the world has only achieved 2 petaflops (2 trillion operations / second). But this new technology could push that number up to a million trillion calculations / second.
In addition, this technology can replace the copper wires are widely used today for data transfer between chips. By optical light can transmit data faster in the distance a few centimeters to a few miles but less energy consumption.
If IBM announced this to become a reality, IBM will create a breakthrough for research labs around the world, by computer processing speed is raised, the scientific research projects will be carried faster.

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