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      When it comes to the world's fastest supercomputers, IBM once again has claimed the top spot with its BlueGene/L System, according to the latest list on Top500.org, an organization that keeps tabs on these monster machines.

      IBM's BlueGene/L, which has occupied the number-one position on Top500.org for a year and a half, is installed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California.

      BlueGene/L can handle a performance workload of some 280 teraflops (or trillions of calculations per second). In contrast, a general-purpose PC typically has a rating of only a few billion operations per second.

      On the current chart of 500 supercomputers, IBM dominates, with nearly half of the list carrying its label. Hewlett-Packard remains unchallenged in second place with its name on 30.8 percent of all systems on the list.

      AMD Moving Up

      The list also revealed that Intel microprocessors are at the heart of 301 of the 500 systems, while AMD's Opteron processors are steadily moving up the charts. AMD now powers 81 systems on the elite list, compared to only 25 systems a year ago.

      Another notable item on the list is NEC's Earth Simulator, which held the number-one spot in the past, but has descended to position 10 and will almost certainly move out of the top 10 by the time the list is next updated, which should happen this coming November.

      Released Wednesday in Dresden, Germany at the International Supercomputing Conference, the list was compiled by Hans Meuer of the University of Mannheim, Germany; Erich Strohmaier and Horst Simon of the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center; and Jack Dongarra of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The list has been compiled twice a year since June 1993.

      Computing Spectacle

      Just as the World Cup has become a closely watched yearly event, the list of the fastest 500 supercomputers on the planet has become a highly anticipated spectacle, particularly among scientists and engineers who use the supercomputers.

      Addison Snell, research director of high-performance computing at IDC, said it's not a surprise that IBM has captured the top spot once again, particularly because the company is specifically focused on high-end computers.

      However, Snell added that the Top500.org list is only one among many measures of superfast computers and that such lists are ever-changing so that one company that dominates the list could fall off the next time around.

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      And the computers will get even faster! A few weeks ago, IBM announced the development of the 500 GHz SiGe BiCMOS chip. It was a joint project with Georgia Tech and the Georgia Electronic Design Center (GEDC). I am an undergraduate researcher on the team that developed the technology. As far as I can see, once these chips are cleared for the market, we'll hear of even faster computers. We probably will not have 500 GHz processors for quite some time. However, we should expect for processor speeds to increase substantially within the next few years.

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      IBM, Georgia Tech Push Chip to 500 GHz
      ARTICLE DATE: 06.20.06
      By Mark Hachman, ExtremeTech

      IBM and Georgia Tech have successfully pushed a cryogenically cooled transistor to 500 GHz, the two organizations announced on Tuesday.

      After cooling down a silicon-germanium chip to approximately 451 degrees Fahrenheit below 0, or 4.5 kelvin, Georgia Tech was able to clock the transistor at 500-GHz, versus a speed of about 350-GHz at room temperature.

      A Georgia Tech professor who led the project said that both IBM and the university would now try and discover what, if any, molecular effects took place at the extremely cold temperatures that might effect future experiments.

      "It was a record performance at low, low temperatures," said John D. Cressler, Byers Professor in Georgia Tech's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and a researcher in the Georgia Electronic Design Center (GEDC) at Georgia Tech, in an interview. "It was not really what we anticipated."

      The transistor used was made of silicon germanium, a material typically used for communications chips, such as those used for celllular phones. IBM began producing chips used in high volume using the technology in 1998. A piece of a 200-mm silicon germanium wafer was cryogenically frozen using special equipment at the Georgia Tech lab.

      Normally, SiGe chips run at about 2-GHz.

      A paper describing the results of the experiment will be published in an IEEE journal later this month, Cressler said.

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      IBM, Georgia Tech Push Chip to 500 GHz
      ARTICLE DATE: 06.20.06
      By Mark Hachman, ExtremeTech

      IBM and Georgia Tech have successfully pushed a cryogenically cooled transistor to 500 GHz, the two organizations announced on Tuesday.

      After cooling down a silicon-germanium chip to approximately 451 degrees Fahrenheit below 0, or 4.5 kelvin, Georgia Tech was able to clock the transistor at 500-GHz, versus a speed of about 350-GHz at room temperature.

      A Georgia Tech professor who led the project said that both IBM and the university would now try and discover what, if any, molecular effects took place at the extremely cold temperatures that might effect future experiments.

      "It was a record performance at low, low temperatures," said John D. Cressler, Byers Professor in Georgia Tech's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and a researcher in the Georgia Electronic Design Center (GEDC) at Georgia Tech, in an interview. "It was not really what we anticipated."

      The transistor used was made of silicon germanium, a material typically used for communications chips, such as those used for celllular phones. IBM began producing chips used in high volume using the technology in 1998. A piece of a 200-mm silicon germanium wafer was cryogenically frozen using special equipment at the Georgia Tech lab.

      Normally, SiGe chips run at about 2-GHz.

      A paper describing the results of the experiment will be published in an IEEE journal later this month, Cressler said.

      Greetings Insatiable!

      This is great news. It is just amazing how fast things are changing in the Tech Zones. I know that they must be very happy with themselves and you as well for being able to be part of that history in the making.

      The only thing is now, how long will their success lasts cuz you know by next week someone else will surpassed that speed and on to another level. LOL

      Thank you for prividing the additional information on this topic. I truly appreciate your contribution.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jahness
      This is great news. It is just amazing how fast things are changing in the Tech Zones. I know that they must be very happy with themselves and you a well for being able to be part of that history in the making.
      It just goes to show that the european isn't waiting for us to match him on any front. While we [Afrikans] are still debating over the "appropriate" ideology and attendant economic system, the respective european and asian global power systems are engaged in the types of activities that will ultimately prolong their time as masters of the world stage. The aforementionad SiGe technology is especially noteworthy because of its practical uses in the space environment. Devices fabricated from said technology actually perform better in those environments and are not as susceptible to radiation damage. The implication therein is the fact that we can now produce electronics with longer lifetimes for lunar environments. In addition, NASA and the Department of Defense (DoD), both of whom fund much of the work at GEDC, are interested in the technology for its use in the space weapons program. Are we, as Afrikans, prepared to deal with space weaponry? Ideology and rhetoric will not protect us against those odds! Needless to say, it has taken a lot of money (billions) to conduct the research necessary to develop SiGe technology. I recall the esteemed ancestor Dr. Amos Wilson saying something to the effect that if we are to match the european, or any other group, we must first match and surpass them economically. He lamented the fact that many of us become so attached to certain ideologies that we are ultimately paralyzed when it's time to act. Some of us enforce the anti-capitalist stance so stringently that we find it hard to find a place for economics in our ideology! It is that type of thinking that does more harm than good. If we are to ultimately challenge the european and the asian, we must match them economically, for it is the economic side of things that will enable us to finance the activities and institutions necessary to sustain us as a group.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Insatiable
      It just goes to show that the european isn't waiting for us to match him on any front. While we [Afrikans] are still debating over the "appropriate" ideology and attendant economic system, the respective european and asian global power systems are engaged in the types of activities that will ultimately prolong their time as masters of the world stage. The aforementionad SiGe technology is especially noteworthy because of its practical uses in the space environment. Devices fabricated from said technology actually perform better in those environments and are not as susceptible to radiation damage. The implication therein is the fact that we can now produce electronics with longer lifetimes for lunar environments. In addition, NASA and the Department of Defense (DoD), both of whom fund much of the work at GEDC, are interested in the technology for its use in the space weapons program. Are we, as Afrikans, prepared to deal with space weaponry? Ideology and rhetoric will not protect us against those odds! Needless to say, it has taken a lot of money (billions) to conduct the research necessary to develop SiGe technology. I recall the esteemed ancestor Dr. Amos Wilson saying something to the effect that if we are to match the european, or any other group, we must first match and surpass them economically. He lamented the fact that many of us become so attached to certain ideologies that we are ultimately paralyzed when it's time to act. Some of us enforce the anti-capitalist stance so stringently that we find it hard to find a place for economics in our ideology! It is that type of thinking that does more harm than good. If we are to ultimately challenge the european and the asian, we must match them economically, for it is the economic side of things that will enable us to finance the activities and institutions necessary to sustain us as a group.
      Damn right. I whole heartedly agree. yt aint waitin for nobody and space is already weaponized. Baba Amos Wilson has also given us a good idea of what will happen to the losers of the space race...

      My opinion, if we dont began to at least push back, we wil find ourselves in the oceans unable to reach space and all of the Continent will be occupied...

      You know what would happen if we got involved with the global financial markets in the same manner that we are involved in sports and entertainment. ? A whole lot!!!

      Do ANY of the HBCUs have cluster of their own? I know Tuskegee should have at least one for their advanced material research, but it seems that black folk just don't see what is at stake...

      Let's continue to move forward into tech so when our people need us, we will be able to serve them with competance!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Blaq Beard
      Damn right. I whole heartedly agree. yt aint waitin for nobody and space is already weaponized. Baba Amos Wilson has also given us a good idea of what will happen to the losers of the space race...

      My opinion, if we dont began to at least push back, we wil find ourselves in the oceans unable to reach space and all of the Continent will be occupied...

      You know what would happen if we got involved with the global financial markets in the same manner that we are involved in sports and entertainment. ? A whole lot!!!

      Do ANY of the HBCUs have cluster of their own? I know Tuskegee should have at least one for their advanced material research, but it seems that black folk just don't see what is at stake...

      Let's continue to move forward into tech so when our people need us, we will be able to serve them with competance!
      We are being way too romantic if we think that we are going to be able to challenge these other groups without first developing the means to challenge them economically. The Georgia Techs, MITs, Cal Techs, Johns Hopkins, Stanfords, and others require billions of dollars to operate. If we are to churn out engineers, researchers, and the like, capable of solving our problems, we have to build comparable technical institutions. And this takes a considerable amount of money.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Blaq Beard
      You know what would happen if we got involved with the global financial markets in the same manner that we are involved in sports and entertainment. ? A whole lot!!!
      The name of the game is parallelism. The financial warriors are already focused on the Financial Theater. The technology warriors should stay focused on the Technology Theater. Dont get caught up worrying about what isn't present NOW. Concern yourself with being able to deploy your skill set immediately when the funds ARE available. Have your strategy, program, and intiatives mapped out and ready to go because you never know who might step up to you and say "Look, we got two million USD and 25 acres in Uganda. We want to bring you on as a principle. Are you ready to deploy?". What you gon say? You ask them if they can compete economically with who ever, or you gon deploy?

      In regards to financial, industrial, communications, and transportation infrastructure, we gon be looking at, at least, minimal, 10 years before we are running full tilt on the Continent, able to compete in a similar manner against the foe as China is doing now... We gon wait til then to began envisioning what our technological needs and goals are going to be? I, personally, will not.

      The knowledge exists to be able to syphon off the funds we need out of the global financial markets for community, region, national, and 6th Region development.

      The funny thing about capital is not getting it, but have something to do with it when you get it.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Blaq Beard
      The name of the game is parallelism. The financial warriors are already focused on the Financial Theater. The technology warriors should stay focused on the Technology Theater. Dont get caught up worrying about what isn't present NOW. Concern yourself with being able to deploy your skill set immediately when the funds ARE available. Have your strategy, program, and intiatives mapped out and ready to go because you never know who might step up to you and say "Look, we got two million USD and 25 acres in Uganda. We want to bring you on as a principle. Are you ready to deploy?". What you gon say? You ask them if they can compete economically with who ever, or you gon deploy?
      As an engineering student, I have to respectfully disagree with the notion that we, as you put it, technology warriors should stay focused solely on the technological theater. Our skill sets are ultimately determined and shaped by the economic situation of the institutions in and at which we matriculate. Consequently, we have to be very aware of the relationship between economics and the nature of our skill sets.

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      I seem to be a little confused here. Lets back up so i can get unconfused.

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      We are being way too romantic if we think that we are going to be able to challenge these other groups without first developing the means to challenge them economically.
      First, help me out by letting me know exactly in what way we are being too "romantic".

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      Quote Originally Posted by Insatiable
      It just goes to show that the european isn't waiting for us to match him on any front. While we [Afrikans] are still debating over the "appropriate" ideology and attendant economic system, the respective european and asian global power systems are engaged in the types of activities that will ultimately prolong their time as masters of the world stage. The aforementionad SiGe technology is especially noteworthy because of its practical uses in the space environment. Devices fabricated from said technology actually perform better in those environments and are not as susceptible to radiation damage. The implication therein is the fact that we can now produce electronics with longer lifetimes for lunar environments. In addition, NASA and the Department of Defense (DoD), both of whom fund much of the work at GEDC, are interested in the technology for its use in the space weapons program. Are we, as Afrikans, prepared to deal with space weaponry? Ideology and rhetoric will not protect us against those odds! Needless to say, it has taken a lot of money (billions) to conduct the research necessary to develop SiGe technology. I recall the esteemed ancestor Dr. Amos Wilson saying something to the effect that if we are to match the european, or any other group, we must first match and surpass them economically. He lamented the fact that many of us become so attached to certain ideologies that we are ultimately paralyzed when it's time to act. Some of us enforce the anti-capitalist stance so stringently that we find it hard to find a place for economics in our ideology! It is that type of thinking that does more harm than good. If we are to ultimately challenge the european and the asian, we must match them economically, for it is the economic side of things that will enable us to finance the activities and institutions necessary to sustain us as a group.

      Greetings Insatiable!

      I agree with Dr. Amos Wilson point of view on this whole issue. The bottom line is no matter what we as a people decide to do for self determination or for our advancement, we have to look at the ecnomic implications for our survival.

      We know what has not worked for us in the past, we don't have to agree with all the capitalistic approach of the way things are done in this modern times, but we must find what workds for us economically and do it the right way to make sure that it benefits our people and our communities.

      There is no way we can turn a blind eye towards our fininancial future and think that is being a good Pan-Afrikanist. Money is needed for everything in one way or the next, we simply have to find our way via Technology and everything else because we do have Afrikan experts in all these fields, the only thing is most are currently all working for the State or the government of the united snakkkes of Amerikkka.

      People like Dr. Imagwali is very well know for his contributions in Technology, with NASA and other well established organizations. The sad part is not enough of our own people know who he is or what he is doing or what his contributions are . We have to make sure now that Some of these people contribute to the development of their own communities, and make all this success work to benefit our race overall.

      We as a people cannot run away from the future, we simply have to be a part of it's development and make sure our people benefit and make the right choices.

      Thanks for taking the time to share your views, I appreciate the input.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Blaq Beard
      I seem to be a little confused here. Lets back up so i can get unconfused.

      First, help me out by letting me know exactly in what way we are being too "romantic".
      I wasn't directing that comment at you, specifically, Blaq Beard. I was merely stating that some of our people--especially those of a more progressive orientation--tend to view our march forward out of the context of reality.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jahness
      We have to make sure now that Some of these people contribute to the development of their own communities, and make all this success work to benefit our race overall.
      That's the problem, Sis. Jahness. How do we convince our great minds to use their intellectual powers for our cause? Do we sell them the romanticism or do we work toward establishing the economic capacity to finance their research and development ambitions? One example that would serve us well to study is India. Not too long ago, it struggled with its brain drain. That is, many of its scientists and engineers were to be found abroad, furthering the growth of other nations. Once India created the conditions to foster economic growth, the brain drain began to reverse. The ubiquity of Indian scientists and engineers in this country was so apparent that analysts and economists have stated that this recent trend [reverse brain drain] has facilitated America's brain drain and India's brain gain! Now, India is home to some of the finest technological institutions in the world. And, it will not be long before they emerge as a legitimate contender on the world stage.

      On India Brain Drain:

      'Brain drain' threatens state's economy

      http://www2.townonline.com/barnstabl...ticleid=527636

      America's brain drain = India's gain

      http://in.rediff.com/money/2005/feb/16india.htm

      India's Brain Drain Eases Off

      http://www.indianembassy.org/US_Medi...ases%20Off.htm

      Reversing India's brain drain

      http://edition.cnn.com/2000/TECH/com...5/brain.drain/

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      A very interesting statement by one Kanwal Rekhi:

      "You can take Indians out of India and bring them to any place, but what you cannot do is take India out of Indians," Rekhi said. "You still have that sense of belonging, that sense of roots."

      Rekhi has provided funding for many Indian projects aimed at reversing the brain drain.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Insatiable
      I wasn't directing that comment at you, specifically, Blaq Beard. I was merely stating that some of our people--especially those of a more progressive orientation--tend to view our march forward out of the context of reality.
      That's good to hear, but i think those of us who are concerned about moving this thing forward should really began to focus on what we can do and not what others are not doing. That merely sets the stage for non constructive critisism, lack of planning, and no movement.

      Concerning the whole india subject, we as afrikans have to look very carefully at the phenomenon and really ask ourselves if that is somethin we want to emulate? For instance, while it is true that the middle class in india is now a huge percentage and the IT infrastructure is being developed, the bottom line is their life blood is still very much, it seems, dependent on fortune 500 companies outsourcing work to them.
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