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Nobel for quantum parlor trick that could make super computers

Nobel for quantum parlor trick that could make super computers | The Development of Supercomputing in the Future | Scoop.it
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A French and an American scientist won the Nobel Prize on Tuesday for finding ways to measure quantum particles without destroying them, which could make it possible to build a new...

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Serge Haroche and David Wineland discuss the possibility of quantum computers that behave and calculate differently to modern computers. They suggest that with this new technology it may have an influence on contemporary computing the way personal computers did when they first became available.

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Computing with a single atom | UNSW Newsroom

Computing with a single atom | UNSW Newsroom | The Development of Supercomputing in the Future | Scoop.it

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Physicists connect the dots on quantum computing

Physicists connect the dots on quantum computing | The Development of Supercomputing in the Future | Scoop.it
Researchers at Harvard and Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics make progress on scalable designs for potentially super powerful computers that harness the weird laws of quantum mechanics. Read this blog post by Martin LaMonica on Cutting Edge.

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Scientists have devised a way of controlling the spin of electrons with precise electrical impulses that affect the electron's magnetic field. This leads to predictable actions of quantum bits, enabling a small step towards the production of quantum computers that are much faster than today's supercomputers.

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The Journey from Computers to Super Computers (and Beyond ...

The Journey from Computers to Super Computers (and Beyond ... | The Development of Supercomputing in the Future | Scoop.it
Infographic chronicling the journey of computers to super computers.

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Infographics detailing the leaps in processing speed and intelligence that computers are expected to take by 2045.

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High Performance Computing using GPGPU's - PORTO - Publications Open Repository TOrino

High Performance Computing using GPGPU's - PORTO - Publications Open Repository TOrino | The Development of Supercomputing in the Future | Scoop.it
NEW FULL-TEXT: "High Performance Computing using GPGPU's" by Omar Khan http://t.co/KYARC8PBWM
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This article discusses the type of advancements that can be made in computer hardware to positively impact the use of highpowered computers in mathmatical and physics related studies.

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Building Titan: The ‘world’s fastest’ supercomputer

Building Titan: The ‘world’s fastest’ supercomputer | The Development of Supercomputing in the Future | Scoop.it
An exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the US bid to build the the ‘world’s fastest’ number cruncher.

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This article looks at using GPU units to 'turbo-charge' the CPU units used for making thousands of physically accurate calculations in the supercomputer Titan.

 

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Nano-transistor breakthrough to offer billion times faster computer

Nano-transistor breakthrough to offer billion times faster computer | The Development of Supercomputing in the Future | Scoop.it
SYDNEY scientists have built the world's tiniest transistor by precisely positioning a single phosphorus atom in a silicon crystal.
The nano device is an important step in the development of quantum computers – super-powerful devices that will use the weird quantum properties of atoms to perform calculations billions of times faster than today's computers.

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This article shows the world's tiniest transistor that can be used to power quantum computers. It was created by a group of Sydney scientists that were attempting to beat Moore's law by creating smaller and smaller transistors as quickly as possible.

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Nobel for quantum parlor trick that could make super computers

Nobel for quantum parlor trick that could make super computers | The Development of Supercomputing in the Future | Scoop.it
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A French and an American scientist won the Nobel Prize on Tuesday for finding ways to measure quantum particles without destroying them, which could make it possible to build a new...

Via LeapMind
Rachael Goody's insight:

Serge Haroche and David Wineland discuss the possibility of quantum computers that behave and calculate differently to modern computers. They suggest that with this new technology it may have an influence on contemporary computing the way personal computers did when they first became available.

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