Zyvex Labs announced the world’s highest resolution ZyvexLitho1 lithography system, which uses quantum physics technology to produce quantum processors with atomic precision and sub-nanometer resolution of 768 picometers (or 0.768 nm).
The creators of ZyvexLitho1 claim that this will allow quantum computers to get strong encryption for truly secure communications, develop new drugs faster and make more accurate weather forecasts.
The ZyvexLitho1 is based on scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) tools that Zyvex Labs has been perfecting since 2007. The ZyvexLitho1 includes numerous features and automation capabilities not available in any commercial scanning tunneling microscope. Zyvex Labs is currently accepting orders for the ZvyvexLitho1 systems with a lead time of approximately 6 months.
“There are many challenges in building a scalable quantum computer. We strongly believe that high-precision manufacturing is required to realize the full potential of quantum computing,” said Professor Michelle Simmons. “We are excited about ZyvexLitho1, the first commercially available atomically precise patterning tool.”
Professor Joe Liding added: “Zyvex Labs technology is by far the most advanced and the only commercially available implementation of this atomically precise lithography technique.”
ZyvexLitho1 features a 20-bit, low-noise, low-latency digital control system that allows users to create atomic-precision models for solid-state quantum devices and other nanodevices and materials. The ZyvexLitho1 kit also includes a ScientaOmicron Ultra-High Vacuum STM configured to build quantum devices.
This product was created with the support of DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), the Army Research and Development Division, the Advanced Manufacturing Administration of the Department of Energy, and Professor Reza Moheimani of the University of Texas at Dallas.
24-inch, Full HD and slim body for $75. Redmi has a new monitor
Xiaomi has many models of monitors for gamers, but the brand new Redmi A24, which starts selling in China, is focused on office or home use. There is a thin body and a slightly increased (up to 75 Hz) frame rate, while the price is only $ 75.
The novelty is equipped with a panel type VA with a diagonal of 23.8 inches, Full HD resolution and coverage of 99% of the sRGB color space. The screen thickness is only 7.2 mm, the frame is narrow on three sides. The stand allows you to change only the angle of the display, and there are HDMI and D-Sub video inputs.
The best next-generation Intel processors will ship in these packages
An image of the packaging of the Core i9-13900K processor has appeared on the Web, and at least in general all new-generation Core i9K CPUs.
As you can see, the packaging is very thin, and inside there is some metallic color insert, the design of which is not very clear yet. But it is she who, apparently, is the substrate for the processor.
Of course, there is no cooler in the box, since Intel has long ceased to equip top processors with cooling systems due to constantly growing power consumption.
Recall that the announcement of new CPUs is scheduled for September 27, and they are expected to go on sale in October. Also today, the Core i9-13900K once again showed what it can do.
Core i9-13900K easily bypasses all competitors. CPU spotted in PassMark, but Ryzen 9 7950X not there yet
The Intel Core i9-13900K processor was the fastest in the PassMark benchmark rating in single-threaded mode.
The novelty scored 4833 points against 4412 points for the Core i9-12900KS, which previously held the lead. The Core i9-12900K has a score of 4209 points, which means that the increase in the Core i9-13900K is quite significant.
In multi-threaded mode, the processor scores 54,443 points. The Core i9-12900K scores 41,455 points in this mode, while the Ryzen 9 5950X scores 45,849 points. That is, now the Core i9-13900K is unconditionally leading in this benchmark, but we must remember that we do not yet have the results of the Ryzen 9 7950X.
The release of new Intel processors is expected in the near future. One of the unknown factors is the price, as Intel promised to raise it.
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