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re: Intel to detail tri-gate advances at IEDM
kjdsfkjdshfkdshfvc   12/6/2012 5:26:48 PM
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actually does the "celeron" count in mobile sang-chou-1 ? if so you will be finally seeing Celeron Ivy Bridge CPU's at the same time they release Haswell in the first half of 2013. regarding that " tiny beams could trap and manipulate particles as small as a few atoms." rather than just light i always thought we don't use sound enough in electronics and heres just such a rather cool fully working project using Ultra Tangibles Creating movable tangible objects on interactive tables ultrasound is focussed into a beam, creating enough force to move lightweight objects across a surface. mesmerizing video fukk of potential :) http://big.cs.bris.ac.uk/projects/ultratangibles scale this down to the micro/nano scale and it could be a very usable commercial product to manipulate particles and perhaps even perform some assembly, what you think , would nano scale ultrasound destroy the graphene nanowires etc http://www.graphene-info.com/electron-conductivity-studies-graphene-nanowires at the quantum mechanical process level along side some Twisted beams of light could increase the capacity of optical communications. http://www.nanomagazine.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1908:twisted-beams-of-light-could-increase-the-capacity-of-optical-communications-technology&catid=38:nano-news&Itemid=159

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re: Intel to detail tri-gate advances at IEDM
kjdsfkjdshfkdshfvc   12/6/2012 5:26:48 PM
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actually does the "celeron" count in mobile sang-chou-1 ? if so you will be finally seeing Celeron Ivy Bridge CPU's at the same time they release Haswell in the first half of 2013. regarding that " tiny beams could trap and manipulate particles as small as a few atoms." rather than just light i always thought we don't use sound enough in electronics and heres just such a rather cool fully working project using Ultra Tangibles Creating movable tangible objects on interactive tables ultrasound is focussed into a beam, creating enough force to move lightweight objects across a surface. mesmerizing video fukk of potential :) http://big.cs.bris.ac.uk/projects/ultratangibles scale this down to the micro/nano scale and it could be a very usable commercial product to manipulate particles and perhaps even perform some assembly, what you think , would nano scale ultrasound destroy the graphene nanowires etc http://www.graphene-info.com/electron-conductivity-studies-graphene-nanowires at the quantum mechanical process level along side some Twisted beams of light could increase the capacity of optical communications. http://www.nanomagazine.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1908:twisted-beams-of-light-could-increase-the-capacity-of-optical-communications-technology&catid=38:nano-news&Itemid=159

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song-chou-1   12/6/2012 4:07:14 PM
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Intel's Finfet is best thing for foundry. Intel keeps talking finFET but is not shipping 22nm FinFET products in mobile (feature-smart-phone or tablets) now or even next year. After 2 years just 1 design is shipping(ivy bridge). Achronix 22nm FPGA delayed until 2013 Haswell delayed to 2nd-half 2013 14nm delayed 1 year to 2nd-half 2014

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song-chou-1   12/6/2012 4:07:14 PM
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Intel's Finfet is best thing for foundry. Intel keeps talking finFET but is not shipping 22nm FinFET products in mobile (feature-smart-phone or tablets) now or even next year. After 2 years just 1 design is shipping(ivy bridge). Achronix 22nm FPGA delayed until 2013 Haswell delayed to 2nd-half 2013 14nm delayed 1 year to 2nd-half 2014

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kjdsfkjdshfkdshfvc   12/6/2012 3:54:29 PM
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what , still no nano photonics devices in the pipeline, thats a shame, if only someone made some Plasmonic Optical Tweezers Could Trap Tiny Proteins An innovative aperture design based on plasmonics could focus light so effectively that tiny beams could trap and manipulate particles as small as a few atoms. or we had a fiber optic spanner to adjust new Metamaterials and so Manipulate Light on a Microchip. we probably need lots of sellotape ‘Smart’ Claw's and OC the usual micron-scale spatial light modulator (SLM) that works in 3-D “free space” and runs orders of magnitude faster than those used in sensing and imaging devices today.. blah blah blah :) did everyone at IEDM also forget Continuous gas-phase synthesis of nanowires with tunable properties http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nature11652.html

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re: Intel to detail tri-gate advances at IEDM
kjdsfkjdshfkdshfvc   12/6/2012 3:54:29 PM
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what , still no nano photonics devices in the pipeline, thats a shame, if only someone made some Plasmonic Optical Tweezers Could Trap Tiny Proteins An innovative aperture design based on plasmonics could focus light so effectively that tiny beams could trap and manipulate particles as small as a few atoms. or we had a fiber optic spanner to adjust new Metamaterials and so Manipulate Light on a Microchip. we probably need lots of sellotape ‘Smart’ Claw's and OC the usual micron-scale spatial light modulator (SLM) that works in 3-D “free space” and runs orders of magnitude faster than those used in sensing and imaging devices today.. blah blah blah :) did everyone at IEDM also forget Continuous gas-phase synthesis of nanowires with tunable properties http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nature11652.html



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