Intel’s researchers have produced an 80-core chip that uses less energy than a quad-core processor and has teraflop performance capabilities. The chip is being called the Tera-Scale Teraflop Prototype. Vara says the 80-core chip uses less than 100 watts of energy; a dual-core chip uses 60 to 70 watts and a quad-core uses 105 to 130 watts.
Recent successes overcoming nanoimprint problems could allow for an alternate approach to achieving 6 nanometers Nanoimprint lithography has a roadmap worked out to getting past the quality issues that it has
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