On 11/22/05, Matthias Andree <matthias.andree@xxxxxx> wrote:Amazing technology, run XP on a 256 bit 6.8GHz protrietary quantum CPU, by breaking the words into 64 bit pieces and passing them to XP via a "RAM packet counter" device.
What if some breakthrough in storage gives us vastly larger (larger than
predicted harddisk storage density increases) storage densities in 10
years for the same price of a 200 or 300 GB disk drive now?
If all the speculations are true for AtomChip Corp.'s
(http://www.atomchip.com) Optical Technology. We wil begin to use
really large RAMs and Storages very early than we expected.
Their prototypes already begin with 1 TB (both for RAM and Storage).
It's not hard to imagine, a few years later, we can use 100-200 and up
TB Storages and RAMs.