International Business Machines (IBM) is an American based multinational technology company headquartered in Armonk, New York with operations in more than 170 countries created the world’s smallest computer which is 1mm x 1mm in size. It replaced the Michigan Micro Mote which measures 2mm x 2mm as world’s smallest computer.
The world’s littlest PC purportedly includes a processor with “a few hundred thousand” transistors, SRAM memory, a photovoltaic cell for control, and an interchanges unit, which will utilize a LED and a photograph indicator to speak with the world.
This 10 cents IBM smallest PC is intended to bring blockchain ability into this; the security focal points of blockchain-based tracking and following could be conveyed to something as favorable as a container of wine or box of oat.
The small pack comes up with a high processing power of the 1990s x86 computer that can go with anything. This aims at ensuring a product’s authenticity till it reaches the customer.
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