In the July issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about the 2.6 trillion transistor chip, how engineering can curb climate change, the optimist and the optophone, the precision of the Sapphire Clock, and more.
The 2.6 Trillion Transistor Chip
|“Almost from the moment Cerebras Systems announced a computer based on the largest single computer chip ever built, the Silicon Valley startup declared its intentions…”|
Can Engineering Curb Climate Change?
|“Seven years ago, we published an article in IEEE Spectrum titled “What It Would Really Take to Reverse Climate Change.” We described what we had learned as Google...”|
The Optimist and the Optophone
|“On 25 June 1912, the Irish writer, inventor, and physicist Edmund Edward Fournier d’Albe demonstrated a curious machine at the Optical Society Convention in London…“|
To be Precise, This Clock Has No Equal
|“Tick, tick, tick. The rhythm of clocks is universal. But how exactly alike are those ticks? For some vital applications, even vanishingly small deviations can be a problem…“|
How to Subscribe
Give your organization the edge it needs to get your products to market faster with IEEE Xplore. Contact us today or see if your organization qualifies for a free trial or email firstname.lastname@example.org.