If Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) founders Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard are spinning in their graves, they may be due for a break. Their namesake company is cooking up some awfully ambitious industrial-strength computing technology that, if and when it’s released, could replace a data center’s worth of equipment with a single refrigerator-size machine.
HP plans to launch memristor, silicon photonic computer within the decade
At its HP Discover conference in Las Vegas today, HP announced an ambitious plan to use memristors to build a system, called simply "The Machine," shipping as soon as the end of the decade. By 2016, the company plans to have memristor-based DIMMs, which will combine the high storage densities of hard disks with the high performance of traditional DRAM.
Here comes another Windows upgrade. Why wont my Windows 12 run on a 6th Generation Intel® Core i9 Processor and a trazillion GB of ram? Because you need " The Machine" son. Oh and as of Insert date here. we will stop supporting Win10 you are using now.
Edited by NickAu1, 12 June 2014 - 01:06 AM.