Madrid, November 5, 2019.- According to information published by the british newspaper, The Guardian, quantum computers may arrive at our homes before 2030. Computer scientists have some formidable hurdles to overcome to make quantum computers useful and commonplace. But with tech firms investing heavily – about $1bn (£780m) to date, with more in the pipeline – many researchers are now confident that rudimentary devices will be put to good use, in combination with standard computers, in the next decade or so.Seguir leyendo “How does a quantum computer benefit us? And who has the supremacy of the quantum computer Google or IBM?”
Barcelona, December 4, 2014.- It is frustrating to see the rapid advance of computer hardware and software computing, but have to charge every 24 hours our mobile devices. A situation that will intensify with smart watches (and electric cars). As happened with those bulbs that lasted decades would be chargeable battery whose cycle load was at least weeks, not hours. Perhaps no longer seek the finest smartphone, less weight, more functional operating system. Perhaps we need not hang our professional lives of a charger handy and free electrical outlet. Is there eternal battery?.
Barcelona, 18 de marzo del 2013.- “Nueve de cada diez datos se han creado en los dos últimos años”. Y datos son: fotos, vídeos, mensajes en redes sociales, registros de compras, señales de smartphones, teléfonos, GPS, telemetría de coches, camiones, trenes, barcos, etc. Cuando hablamos de “Big Data” hay una frase que se ha convertido en un clásico: “Según IBM, cada día se generan 2,5 trillones de bytes de datos”. Pero antes de seguir, acudamos a la definición de “Big Data”, por parte precisamente de IBM :