Meg Whitman and Martin Fink from HP tell about their vision of the future. This is one of those ‘must watch’ talks. They describe memristor and answer how it will maintain Moore’s law, in the process within the next several years overhauling computer architectures!
Any one byte in a rack of 160 petabytes can be addressed in under 250 nanoseconds. We are getting to about 6 terabits per second on a fiber. We can go to 3-dimensional memory with photonic cables, we do not have design restrictions as with copper anymore.
Some of the slides
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- HP plans to launch memristor, silicon photonic computer within the decade
- HP starts a memristor-based space program to launch … THE MACHINE
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- HP bets it all on The Machine, a new computer architecture based on memristors and silicon photonics
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- HP Labs unveils the machine, promises Memristor DIMM in 2016 and the Machine as a product in 2019
- With ‘The Machine,’ HP May Have Invented a New Kind of Computer