The World’s First 1000-Core Processor, The Highest In Times Of Speed. (Kilocore)

This Processor is called Kilocore and it contains 1,000 independent programmable processors designed by a team at the University of California, Davis, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
This device can handle 115 billion instructions per second while using 0.7W of power.

It is the highest clock rate processor ever designed in a university and that is not all, it is also capable of shutting itself down when not in use.

The processor can be powered by a single AA battery.

What an AA battery looks like, see it below:

The UC Davis researchers said:
that their chip executes instructions 100 times more efficiently than a modern laptop processor. Applications already developed for the chip include wireless coding/decoding, video processing, encryption, and others involving large amounts of parallel data such as scientific data applications and datacenter record processing.

Of course, this isn’t something that can be plugged into any device, just yet. But just imagine the possibilities this could generate in the future.
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