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Re: HP Looks Beyond Transistor
Posted by: Jay Lyman 2005-02-01 12:41:17
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Hewlett-Packard claimed this week that technology its researchers have developed may replace the fundamental building block of computers and electronics for the past half-century -- the transistor. Researchers with HP's Quantum Science Research (QSR) group -- who published a paper on the new technology in the most recent Journal of Applied Physics -- built a transistor alternative known as a "crossbar latch." The molecular-sized device is capable of providing signal restoration and inversion processes without the need for transistors.

Re: HP Looks Beyond Transistor
Posted by: mabricen 2005-02-02 05:23:38 In reply to: Jay Lyman
This is not about PC, Laptop or big chunk of server. HP always had had an amaizing researcher team and I kind of feel that Mr. Reynold (at Gartner) minimized in my opinion; this breakthrough.
Yes is under lot of research, but HP probe the concept publicaly!!! before anyone.
To: Gartner
Just because wasn't invented or developed by IBM doesn't mean is wrong. (For those who doesn't know founder of Gartner Group is an ex-IBM employee)
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