Atom Chip Corporation — Why does none of this sound right to me? It’s quite hard to tell if this so-called new chip is anything but a 4-way Pentium lash-up. Even so it would be difficult to not have heat problems in a laptop.
It gets more weird with the Terabyte solid state memory module. Someone sent the links asking if this was a hoax. It seems more like wishful thinking. We’ll see soon enough once the crowd looks this over. I can just say that on first inpection it doesn’t look right. And things like this do not appear out-of-the-blue like this and show up on websites with zero contact information.
That said this appears to be the next iteration of this company, Computechnics, run by Shimon Gendlin. You can do the searches yourself but he claims to have invented (or discovered) something called the Gendlin effect that makes no sense to me whatever it is. He once partnered with a Japanese inventor who claims to have invented the first floppy disc too. As far as I know the floppy was invented by a team of IBM engineers in 1971.
He put together a laptop which he is supposed to show at the 2006 CES show. You can be sure I’ll be tracking that one down. The website goes out of its way to prove that the company is actually listed in the CES catalog already. Seems a bit much.
You should be amused by all this.
Atom Chip Corporation has developed and designed the new ultra-high density, ultra-high speed and extremely compact size non-volatile integrated optoelectronic Random Access Memory (NvIOpRAM). 3.2GB of non-volatile RAM are contained in one cubic millimeter.
WHAT IS QUANTUM-OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY?
This Quantum-Optical technology, which is the advancement of the Quantum technology (U.S. Patent No 5,841,689, and one new patent pending.) is based on the discovered magnetic quantum-optical phenomenon in porous silicon, entitled after the name of its discoverer, the Gendlin Effect. The Quantum-Optical technology has a minimum sustained write speed of 6 gigabytes (GB) per second and a read speed of 8 GB per second.