Emerging Technologies

A new era of computing is coming. How can we make sure it is sustainable?

Sustaining the growth predicted by Moore's Law has required vast spending, investment and collaboration Image: REUTERS/Mike Blake

Kirk Bresniker

Fellow and Chief Architect, Hewlett Packard Labs, Hewlett Packard Enterprise


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A memory chip in a modern cellphone has a million times more capacity than the computer John Von Neumann (right) built for the Institute for Advanced Study circa 1951
Data curve from IDC/EMC Digital Universe reports 2008-2017, Compute curve HPE analysis
40 years of Microprocessor Trend Data Image: Karl Rupp

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