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  • purplecritter2001 purplecritter2001 May 31, 2008 2:48 AM Flag

    Telecosm

    The Name of this Company is now LIGHTWAVE LOGIC ........could have been EO Logic but no-ooo-ooo it is called Lightwave Logic................... Wonder why???? :-)

    Short info on what the long dreamed of real telecosm is: Link is a keeper!

    http://www.kurzweilai.net/meme/frame.html?main=/articles/art0004.html

    Later,

    PC

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    • Schweet Purple Guy
      And from 2000 no less. These guys are incredible. I’m telling you they are licking their chops that someone has finally cracked the nut. I guess we can wait a few more months, lol.


      Number 6 The Bandwidth-Power Identity
      “Optical bandwidth will inexorably drive electronic switches and routers out of the center of the network where they just get in the way of bits and slow them down.”

      Do you know how much money is spent annually on the hardware (switches and routers) look at the savings? Shoot just look at the annual savings for the cost of the real-estate that houses the switches and routers.


      Number 12 Amdahl's Law in the Telecosm
      A law defined by computer designer Gene Amdahl, known as Amdahl's law, ordains that system speed is determined by the slowest component in the data path. Combining this with Drucker's law (by Peter Drucker) that profits migrate to the supplier of the missing component necessary to complete a system, the conclusion is clear: The missing components today are cheap chips that can operate at optical speeds. Profits will migrate to optical-speed chip makers.

      The missing components today are cheap chips that can operate at optical speeds. Profits migrate to the supplier of the missing component!

      And just whom might be supplying the missing component? Migrate over here baby.

    • And here we are,

      12) Amdahl's Law in the Telecosm
      A law defined by computer designer Gene Amdahl, known as Amdahl's law, ordains that system speed is determined by the slowest component in the datapath. Combining this with Drucker's law (by Peter Drucker) that profits migrate to the supplier of the missing component necessary to complete a system, the conclusion is clear: The missing components today are cheap chips that can operate at optical speeds. Profits will migrate to optical-speed chip makers.

      $$$$$$ Come on profits $$$$$$

 
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