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May 31st, 2004

Thanks for the Nanomemories, Part II

Abstract:
Steve Pawloski, head of Intel's Microprocessor Technology Lab, doesn't mention the "n-word" by name in this interview, but to me it seems nanomemory will be key to the solution. Grid computing is cool and it's meeting the short-term supercomputing needs of gamers, but there are limits to scalability there, too. Here's what Pawloski says ...

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Howard Lovy's NanoBot

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