"A new microprocessor manufacturing technique could keep future electronics 18 degrees cooler, providing huge efficiency gains for data centers," reports
"Traditional passive heatsinks affixed to microprocessors for cooling don't work well enough for today's high-speed computations and data throughputs and should be junked, says a group of mechanical engineering researchers..."
Calvin Hennick writes in
"Look for new technologies to emerge - and for emerging technologies to become the norm - in the new year.
Moshe Kranc, chief technology officer at Ness Digital Engineering, worked with his team to identify macro trends and specific technologies that will be game-changers in 2019. Their prediction: Newer technologies like blockchain and machine learning will make inroads, familiar solutions like the cloud and big data will solidify their standing, and cyber threats will continue to bedevil corporations..."