HP wants to blow your minds with what’s in its development pipeline. The Machine, it says, will introduce a new kind of system architecture that will use memristors and silicon photonics to “replace a data center‘s worth of equipment with a single refrigerator-sized machine.” It will be able to address 160 petabytes of data in 250 nanoseconds. It will pump up to 100 terabytes of storage into a single Android phone.
Whoa! Mind blown!
I mean, you have to admit that the Machine sounds like the best thing to hit technology since John Bardeen, Walter Brattain and William Shockley dreamed up the transistor. It will change everything.
If it ever materializes.