More information at: http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_15616178?nclick_check=1The Santa Clara chipmaker said the fingernail-size research prototype already can move 100 hours of digital music or 45 million tweets in a second from one device to another. And the company expects to make one eventually that can transmit a laptop's hard drive in one second and the entire printed collection of the Library of Congress in less than two minutes.
This is how it works:
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So.. thoughts on this? I honestly can't wait for this to be finished... It's about time we had another majorly revolutionary thing in terms of technology. They think they can get up to 1000gigabits per second in the final product. Yay for intel