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No, they created a transistor that is that small. They absolutely did not create an entire chip at that scale.
Moore's Law is essentially dead. I have a 6 yro i7 that is nearly as fast in Mhz and nearly as efficient in IPC. Instead of doubling every 2 year, we just gain a few %. Hopefully this advance from IBM will gives us another huge leap like the old days.
Canadian Julie Payette finished 3 colleges,2 universities,her final thesis on A.I,was a leader in computer voice recognition tech,IBM engineer,nasa astronaut,1300 hours high power jet flight,speaks 6 languages,Queen Elizabeth II appointed her Governor General of Canada. Oh, she is only 54.
I've probably taken this retro sleeper PC build thing a bit too far. 1995 IBM Aptiva, Custom fab, Welding, CRT, HTC Vive VR, SD card Floppy diskette, and upgraded internals. Yes, that really is Windows 10 turned into Windows 95. I still have loads more to do.
No one wants to help Donald Trump build a registry of Muslims: Tech giants Microsoft and IBM have said they would refuse to help create a registry of Muslim Americans under Trump's presidency
Not wanting to sacrifice their beloved full-sized keyboard, IBM’s 1995 Thinkpad 701C is the only laptop that features a two-piece interlocking mechanism that expands and contracts with the lid
Under pressure, Western tech firms bow to Russian demands to share cyber secrets - Companies, including Cisco, IBM & SAP, are acceding to Moscow's demands for access to closely guarded product security secrets, at a time when Russia is accused of a growing number of cyber attacks on the West
IBM Makes Breakthrough in Race to Commercialize Quantum Computers - In the experiments described in the journal Nature, IBM researchers used a quantum computer to derive the lowest energy state of a molecule of beryllium hydride, the largest molecule ever simulated on a quantum computer.