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    Default By 2020, you could have an exascale speed-of-light optical computer on your desk

    Optical Solver supercomputer, which will start at 9 petaflops. Optalysys thinks its Optical Solver could scale up to 17.1 exaflops by 2020. This seems like a very bold statement for an entirely novel and untested method of computing





    By 2020, you could have an exascale speed-of-light optical computer on your desk | ExtremeTech

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    Default Re: By 2020, you could have an exascale speed-of-light optical computer on your desk

    Interesting. There has been companies looking into light for a long time. None of them has succeeded in creating a viable processing technology yet. networking and data transfers yep. Parallel processing? nope! Hope these guys can prove it.
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    I'm still waiting for the jetpack we were all promised to have by 1999......

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    Default Re: By 2020, you could have an exascale speed-of-light optical computer on your desk

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I'm still waiting for the jetpack we were all promised to have by 1999......
    Buy your own jetpack:
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    Default Re: By 2020, you could have an exascale speed-of-light optical computer on your desk

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post

    Flight time 30 seconds? for $150k or $250k. F That! ill walk!! haha
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