Carbon Nanotube Chips Could Turn Smartphones Into Supercomputers

Subhasish Mitra and H.-S. Philip Wong are developing a new generation of computers with processors based on carbon nanotubes or CNTs. This would lead to skyscraper chips — CNT processors and memory stacked in layers – to put supercomputer power into a smartphone.
Source: Stanford University
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