In the race of the Need for Speed...

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Re: In the race of the Need for Speed...
« Reply #15 on: June 14, 2018, 12:44:51 am »
"OK...Years ago there was talk that a Japanese company had been experimenting with 3D storage technology for memory.
Imagine one Period/Dot at the end of this sentence.
Now knowing where that Dot is located, place another Dot directly on top of the previous one.
Then repeat this several more times but noting the relative position of each Dot that's in a particular Row and Column and Vertical position and the data that they contain (since a single dot can hold hundreds of bits of data).
Can one imagine how much data could be stored on a single postage stamp in this 3D configuration? Oh bet, a lot!!"

That doesn't make you mean that 1 dot in the 3D block has "more" "qubits" of data because the machine looks at the dots in its rows that relate to it or killing 2 birds with 1 stone? Explain...



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Re: In the race of the Need for Speed...
« Reply #16 on: June 14, 2018, 02:19:15 am »
There was really no mention as to the ultimate length, width or height of the 3D memory device. Only that theoretically such things could be possible whether or not the Japanese or any other creative manufacturing country could do it or could have already done it. Just exploring some possibilities.
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Re: In the race of the Need for Speed...
« Reply #17 on: June 14, 2018, 11:06:06 am »
I remember 'bubble memory' way back in the day so there!  <-from  art san.   (remembering poor mr lap with a beautiful chinese tree next to a lemon tree lay where he die.)

"Bubble memory"  well indeed yes, it will create a super computer a single cm^3, with only 1 micrometre the tiny bubbles apart.  But more minification is not required, because we are exchanging hertz for an extra register multiplier!  (the bubble space from the bottom to the brim of the glass.)

We will gain ~1,000,000,000,000,000 parallel registers at a 60hz program finish-frame rate
« Last Edit: June 14, 2018, 11:56:46 am by ranch vermin »


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