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HP & The Machine: Big Hopes, Big Hurdles
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manu9104
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manu9104,
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6/19/2014 | 3:32:52 PM
competitors? Check out POET and their Disruptive Technology
Check out POET Technologies at www.poet-technologies.com

POET Technologies Inc. is the developer of an integrated circuit platform that will power the next wave of innovation in integrated circuits, by combining electronics and optics onto a single chip for massive improvements in size, power, speed and cost.

The POET (Planar Opto Electronic Technology) platform is a patented semiconductor fabrication process that uses gallium arsenide technology to combine electronic and optical elements on a single integrated circuit.

Utilizing completely standard CMOS fabrication equipment and process steps POET and PET will allow semiconductor manufacturers to make microchips that are far faster and more energy efficient than current silicon devices, and far less expensive to produce.

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Lorna Garey
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Lorna Garey,
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6/19/2014 | 10:43:58 AM
Re: What's in a code name
I kinda like "The Machine" - it's appealing in a throwback way. I'm actually surprised we don't hear a lot more about Moonshot. It really is good tech.
Laurianne
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Laurianne,
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6/18/2014 | 3:27:57 PM
What's in a code name
"The Machine": I can't believe this is the code name. This would not happen at Intel or Google.

Memristors: Where are HP's rivals with this?


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