Engineers tout 'morphable' computers

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  1. Vikingod

    Vikingod Int'l Fish Liaison

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    Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems, a developer of sensor systems for the US military, claimed today that it has developed the world's first computers that can morph into different forms.

    The Morphable Networked Micro-Architecture (Monarch) system has been developed to address the large data volumes of sensor systems as well as their signal and data processing throughput requirements.

    Raytheon claims that Monarch is the most adaptable processor ever built for the US Department of Defense.
     
  2. dipstick

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    Pretty neat what this place is making right down the street from my house. I remember last summer when I went to beat on an RC gas truck in their parking lot and I thought I was going to be killed and never seen again. I'm not even joking there were men-in-black on me in like 2.2 secs lol
     
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    ummm ok

    WOW, Could you imagine the ability to get some awesome fragging done on a chip like that... It would be so much closer to real world than ever before.... sure hope us consumers get some of that trickle down theory in a hurry on these;) lmfao:)
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