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  1. A computer built by IBM for the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has become the world's fastest supercomputer, according to the Top 500 Supercomputer list. Managing 16.32 sustained petaflops (quadrillion floating-point operations per ...
    Computers and Peripherals » IBM » Sequoia, SuperMUC
    21-06-2012
  2. IBM Research has successfully stored one magnetic bit of data with just 12 atoms of iron, and a full byte of data in 96 atoms. This represents a storage density that is at least 100 times denser than the largest hard drive platters or flash memory ...
    16-01-2012
  3. The Racetrack Circuit represents the culmination of 7 years of physics research IBM announced that it has produced a working Racetrack Memory circuit, which could lead to chips with the capacity of hard drives, but the durability and performance of ...
    08-12-2011
  4. IBM announced the availability of an offering that will allow pharmaceutical companies to create an electronic certificate of authenticity (known as an electronic pedigree or ePedigree) for every drug that passes through the supply chain. The ...
    14-08-2007
  5. IBM announced that Power Architecture will make a return to outer space as NASA plans to launch the Phoenix Mars Lander, its most sophisticated probe to date. The lander will head to the polar north of Mars where it will dig into the frozen surface ...
    06-08-2007
  6. IBM announced that researchers at its Almaden Research Center have demonstrated magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques to visualize nanoscale objects. This technique brings MRI capability to the nanoscale level for the first time and ...
    27-04-2007
  7. IBM today announced a breakthrough chip-stacking technology in a manufacturing environment that paves the way for three-dimensional chips that will extend Moore's Law beyond its expected limits. The technology called through-silicon vias -- ...
    16-04-2007
  8. Frozen Chip Operates at 500,000,000,000 Cycles/Second at Near Absolute Zero IBM and the Georgia Institute of Technology announced today that their researchers have demonstrated the first silicon-based chip capable of operating at frequencies above ...
    22-06-2006
  9. Risky alternatives could be postponed if current methods can be modified to last longer IBM researchers announced they have found a way to extend a key chip-manufacturing process to generate smaller chip circuits, potentially postponing the ...
    23-02-2006
  10. IBM today announced the availability of technology and manufacturing services for complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors for use in camera-phones, digital still cameras and other consumer products. The offering combines ...
    20-07-2005
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