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To: alydar who wrote (64817)4/13/2009 4:00:16 AM
From: Arthur Tang  Read Replies (1) of 64865
Intel is really off subject on Java thread. The future however, is all semi processing technology. The circuits are defined by Cadence software to tape out.

What hardware business is going forward, depends largely on multichannel transmission such as edgeQam. ARRS is setting some standards. Cisco is trying to do the same with ethernet blades on edgeQam.

So, computer chipset for motherboards will need edgeQam channels build in; giving up PCI, ISA, DDR, AGP, and other slow buses. Then ethernet will be taken over by USBIF bus which is an extension of hypertransport pipeline directly to cpu L2 cache.

This means computers should be build by telephone company rather than by cpu(abacus) manufacturers. Chipset is king, tuned to different channels for data distribution. Cpus are merely ascii code handlers(8 bit data). Data centers will have to use tiny motherboards(low core voltage) connected by USBIF bus.

Now, we are back to bad english? Just all technical words, maybe meaningful to some computer science majors. If you are astute investor, just google keywords and you will find all the explanations? Keywords made technical jargons google happy?

A final note on IBM's interest of Java. Its Java ISP servers for many dialup modems on the net(cloud computing data transmission plus Microsoft dotnet strategy on ISP servers).
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