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    Default HP Labs’ “Machine” dissolves the difference between disk and memory

    The Machine is a hyper-dense collection of computing hardware that could be used in anything from a data center to a mobile device. It has terabytes of storage and a much smaller power draw than today’s computing devices—all because of memristor-based memory and optical interconnects.Memristor technology has been around for decades, at least in theory. The concept of the memristor (a combination of the words “memory” and “resistor”) was conceived in 1971 by University of California Berkekey professor Leon Chua—a theoretical fourth kind of passive electronic component.




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    Default Re: HP Labs’ “Machine” dissolves the difference between disk and memory

    wake me up whene the HP OS machine gets here.
    i want to se it run crysis, play a movie, download a video game, and let me do my home work all at the same time.
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    Default Re: HP Labs’ “Machine” dissolves the difference between disk and memory

    If I hear "This Changes everything" one more time from one of this companies I am going to stab them in the neck with a sharp candy cane!! We have heard that for the last 10 years. Apple even used that for one of its rehashed i products. blah blah

    There is no doubt this is some very cool tech. It does in fact have the potential to change everything we do with computing. Over the next 2-3 years we will know for sure if HP and its partners have truly created a viable memristor. IBM has also been working on this for some time now. Cool stuff and look forward to them making it real and not just a big hopeful chart.
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