Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Space1 Nano Supercomputer

Tower of Power - The old Spark Supercomputer machine, illustrated above, was built by humanoido and is the forerunner of Space1's Nano Super Computing machine. By comparison to the new nano supercomputer, the Spark was a massive tower of computing and controlling power.

For the new nano, a mesh construction has up to one million processors and 32,000 controls. The nano computer will take up residence at the corporate Space1 location in the USA and has options to command the launch control center, the rocket laboratory, and the space research facility to run advanced experimentation in space and time. The nano space super computer will also be used to conduct quantum research as applied to space travel.

Space1 has designed a powerful new nano supercomputer, also known as the nano super space computer. Plans are moving forward in the design for construction using parallel dimensioned multi-core chips, thus creating a new nanoized supercomputer installation in the USA.

The design for the new supercomputer has a much smaller footprint than many super computing machines created at Humanoido Labs, and it will offer portability for non-permanent rocket sites that are moved around.

Uses for the new Space1 Nano Super Computer at the USA location may include weather, analysis, rocket flight, track, monitor, extrapolate, interpolate, integrate, design, statistics, and hard core cutting edge research. Part of this is the exploration of the machine in creating a new kind of intellectual machine mind.

This design begins at Humanoido Labs with a ten modular NANO mainframe design using expanded 8 Parallel Dimensioned core ICs wired into a mainframe mesh of 10x8x125 = 10,000 processors per Mesh.

Each Space Mesh can control a significant part of the interface realm, enabling true functioning nano intelligence. A ten Mesh device with ten thousand processors will enable 320 real world point control. For each 100 Mesh, 3200 items can be controlled with 100,000 processors. Expanded to 1K, the machine will control 32,000 objects and contain a million computing processors.

10 Mesh - 10,000 Processors, 320 controls
100 Mesh - 100,000 Processors, 3,200 controls
1000 Mesh - 1,000,000 Processors, 32,000 controls

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