Wednesday, 21 March 2018

IBM's world’s smallest computer revealed- details are here

IBM has released world’s smallest computer at annual conference IBM Think 2018 which has grabbed visitors eye all the way. 

Coming to more details, this smallest computer looks like a
small chip of x86 from 1990 which is termed to be powerful one. With this IBM assures to be the data source for blockchain-based applications. Cryptographic anchors allow blockchain to be in used in products like a bottle of wine or a chocolate box. IBM adds that these crypto anchors work as secure digital watermarks and will make product counterfeits a thing of the past.

In its official blog IBM has explained it as " The world’s smallest computer is an IBM-designed edge device architecture and computing platform that is smaller than a grain of salt will cost less than ten cents to manufacture and can monitor, analyze, communicate, and even act on data. It packs several hundred thousand transistors into a footprint barely visible to the human eye and can help verify that a product has been handled properly throughout its long journey. These technologies pave the way for new solutions that tackle food safety, authenticity of manufactured components, genetically modified products, identification of counterfeit objects and provenance of luxury goods"

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