- IBM Research Topics - Eight key research areas are identified: 7 nm fab, quantum computing, neurosynaptic computing, Si photonics, III-V integration, C nanotubes, graphene, and tunnel FETs.
- 90 GHz photonic emitters - Duke University researchers demonstrate nanopatch plasmonic antennas and quantum dots that can transmit on-chip signals at 90 GHz and above with high efficiency.
- Neuromorphic Computer Compares to Mouse Brain - IBM research demonstrates prototype neuromorphic computing system with 48 million electronic neurons, based on True North low-power chips, for running deep learning algorithms.
- Biggest Neural Network Ever Pushes AI Deep Learning - World's largest neural net computer demonstrates improved machine learning of natural language processing.
New Intel 3D XPoint Memory Chips
Intel and Micron Technology jointly developed a new non-volatile memory technology that uses 3D stacking to obtain 10X the density of conventional DRAM, with speed close to that of DRAM. They are expected to be available in 2016. This may offer an intermediate memory level in the hierarchy.
Shaping the Future of Energy Efficient Supercomputing
The Hartree Centre is a UK Government-affiliated R&D Facility in High Performance Computing, located in Cheshire. A key focus is the enhancement of energy efficiency in terms of software, computer hardware, and data centers. Users must have tools to continuously monitor energy consumption at the program level, in order to properly assess tradeoffs.
For further information on the Hartree Centre Energy Efficiency Project, see here.
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