The entire internet on a single chip! MASSIVE energy savings.


Internet usage is projected to account for 20% for all global electricity consumption by 2025. So anything that can help to reduce that catastrophically large number must surely be good thing. Now scientists in Copenhagen have successfully demonstrated a chip that can send enough data every second to cope with the entire internet’s traffic, all at a fraction of the energy demand. So, how did they do that?

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