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Heterogeneous Systems Architecture: The Next Area of Computing Innovation

Dr. Lisa Su AMD Holodeck Star Trek

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I have also put this on the Futuretimeline.net group on Facebook, I think this is fascinating that one day we could be on our way of having a Holodeck like in Star Trek.

 

 


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A holodeck would be quite awesome, and would make many things in life basically.. pointless to own. Why build an art gallery, or a university? Just buy a holodeck and go there virtually. I've always been saddened by AMD falling short of Intel for the last few years. They seem to have a direction that may give them an edge to come back on. However, I don't think Intel will struggle much for a performance competition. They have a solid road map that will hold Moore's law down with silicon alone until 2020 when they hit 5-7nm. And post-silicon technologies will continue to take more of the funding pie, year by year, and they will certainly be ready in a decade.


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