PNeilson wrote:My bet is on eeinterested's choice of Memristors.
Cheap, low energy, CPU cores mated with massive Memristor storage to blow up the memory hierarchy.
Leading to new cloud servers to start and totally revamped computation in the long term.
The Von Neumann architecture is dead.
Reconfigurable hardware fabrics with massive storage via memristors are IN.
Will HP manage to profit from this?
Will Intel manage to survive?
When will the last Disk Drive manufacturer close its doors?
HP has just fired the first shot http://www.tgdaily.com/opinion-features/59392-h...
Absolutely, Von Neumann is dead. Serial programming will be taught in 3rd grade.
They're not building pet rocks in there.