June 5, 2006
Melt Down the Terabit Memory
IdaAshley writes "The future of high-data-rate terabit memories might involve melting a polymer hole and then refilling it. Chips with a "curve" might suffer less stress fractures in casing and connections. Some IBM technologies are on the front lines of prediction and prevention of pandemics. Plus, attend a Cell Broadband Engine technical briefing, learn to facilitate petroleum exploration with Blue Gene, and catch The Hitchhiker's Guide to Verification and the Denali SoC workshops."