Miniaturization And Microelectronics In Computing: When Smaller Means Smarter
Over the past six decades, computers that once took up entire rooms were miniaturized to fit in the palms of our hands. Even as traditional computing methods reach theoretical (and economic) limits of chip and processor density, new types of high-performance computers and even quantum computers continue to push limits. Benchmark works with some of the most innovative names in computing to find new ways to build computer systems, including circuit repartitioning to reduce the need for interconnects that can reduce performance and circuits built using 3-Dimensional Heterogeneous Integrated (3DHI) circuit principles. We’re even making the leap to quantum with miniaturized components that can tolerate the extreme temperatures required for quantum computing.