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Developing technology: processor boundaries are violated

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When we compare the micro processor used on laptops and smart phones to a very fast core processor, the desktop will always sweep the competition. Besides being relatively faster than micro processors, core processors can handle various tasks and many programs we run on our desktop.

But there is a technology that appears that can provide promising results from approaching the gap between micro and core processors. In a breakthrough report of communication, the team of scientists at the University of Pittsburgh claimed a successful generation of a new frequency comb, which requires dividing the color of the light into a series of spectral lines which are evenly distributed for various uses, it stretches more than 100 Terahertz (THz, or 1 trillion cycles per second) bandwidth (zdnet).

Terahertz has never been achieved and applied to the processor we have on the market, and if this will be applied to laptops and smart phones in the future, new technologies can make it faster. This of course can complete the cellular solution we want to have on our device.

Emerging Technology: Introducing a New 3D Printer

3D scanning can now be printed in seconds using new techniques, known as two photon lithography, developed by researchers at the Vienna Technology University.

Professor Jürgen Stampfl, a professor of the Institute of Material Science and Technology in Tu Vienna said this technique, until now, used to be very slow. With this improvement, scientists who lead research are now developing two photon lithography for use for medical applications. Until now they also make improvements to use 3D printers and technology to be used in the creation of components specifically made for nano technology or biomedical technology.

Nano printer uses a liquid resin placed at the right points using a focused laser light. With the help of a mirror that can be moved, the laser beam point is guided when passing the resin that leaves a solid polymer trail. The end result is a small statue that is almost around hundreds of micrometers. But it’s very detailed, and with a printing speed of a few meters in just 5 seconds it is definitely an increase with leaps and limits.

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