Trends and Forecast to 2027

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ReportLinker Report Scope:. This report studies the global as well as regional markets for edge computing technologies, identifying newer markets and exploring the expansion of the current application market for various end-users. New York, May 25, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Edge Computing […]

Commercializing quantum computers step by step

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Alpine Quantum’s ion trap acts as a quantum processor.Credit: Alpine Quantum Technologies Alpine Quantum Technologies in Innsbruck, Austria, spun off from the University of Innsbruck and the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, in 2018. Quantum computers promise to outstrip their conventional counterparts in a range of demanding tasks by harnessing […]

Choosing the Appropriate Computer-on-Module Standard

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May 22, 2023 Blog COM-HPC is the new high-performance Computer-on-Module standard for modular edge server and edge client designs. The smallest size Mini is hardly larger than a credit card. Unless developers are true embedded and edge computing experts, evaluating and choosing between the different form factor standards can be […]

Sound vibrations can encode and process data like quantum computers do

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Sound vibrations can mimic properties of quantum computing Shutterstock/DmitrySteshenko Some properties of quantum computers can be imitated with sound trapped in a simple mechanical device. This has the advantage of being less fragile than quantum computers, while still replicating some of their properties. Quantum computers could eventually solve problems that […]

Chip Charts Course for Quantum-Computer Scaling

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Quantum computers can, in theory, find answers to problems that classical computers would take eons to solve, but researchers currently face great challenges scaling them up for practical use. Recently, a quantum-computing startup unveiled the first digital superconducting microchip to control quantum processors, which the company suggests might help qubits […]

New material opens the door for energy-efficient computing

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Over the last decade, with the introduction of increasingly complex artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, the demand for computing power has risen exponentially. New, energy-efficient hardware designs could help meet this demand while reducing computing’s energy use, supporting faster processing, and allowing AI training to take place within the device itself. […]

Terahertz Laser Pulses Transform Ferromagnetism

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Magnetic spins in YTiO3 are synchronized by THz light, leading to a stronger and higher temperature ferromagnetic phase. Credit: © Jörg Harms, MPSD Researchers have used terahertz light pulses to induce ferromagnetism in a crystal at temperatures far above its normal transition temperature, paving the way for optically controlled memory […]

ESA Extends AI And Cloud Computing To Space

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The two-CubeSat FSSCat mission, the first artificially intelligent European Earth observation mission. The FSSCat mission is based on two CubeSats, each about the size of a shoebox, that use state-of-the-art dual microwave and multispectral optical sensors to measure, for example, soil moisture, ice extent, ice thickness, urban heat islands and […]

How computing technology has evolved in the classroom

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For many middle and high school students, the COVID-19 pandemic marked a major departure from the models of education they had been accustomed to for most of their lives. Instead of interacting with their peers and engaging with their teachers, eating lunch together in the cafeteria, and perhaps going to […]

Breaking the heat barrier of computer innovation

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As our computers and other electronic devices become faster and more powerful, they are coming closer to an undeniable physical limitation: heat generated by the electrons that carry information as they move through semiconductors. Ran Cheng “Making heat is a fundamental limit that will prevent the further development of electronic […]

Machine learning, explained | MIT Sloan

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open share links close share links Machine learning is behind chatbots and predictive text, language translation apps, the shows Netflix suggests to you, and how your social media feeds are presented. It powers autonomous vehicles and machines that can diagnose medical conditions based on images.  When companies today deploy artificial […]