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November 26, 2010

IBM: new chip technology huge boost to wireless devices and networks

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by Sylvie Barak, RCR Unplugged

A whopping six trillion text messages were sent by mobile users across the planet last year, but computing powerhouse IBM believes that’s small fry, having just developed chip technology which can purportedly pump out those six trillion text messages in just ten seconds. The new chip-making technology is called the Cu-32 Custom Logic and was designed by IBM Research — to dramatically increase the memory capacity and processing speeds of chips used in fiber-optic and wireless networks and in gear like routers and switches. “Teens will have to type faster to keep up with the advances that IBM’s new chip technology holds for service providers,” an IBM rep told RCR jokingly.

http://unplugged.rcrwireless.com/index.php/20101110/components/5076/ibm-new-chip-technology-huge-boost-to-wireless-devices-and-networks/

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