The processor was paired with equally new conceptual DDR3 memory from Micron. It is touted as being a resounding seven times more energy efficient than present DDR3 memory. Micron has dubbed it as “Hybrid Memory Cube”. Both technologies are experimental so neither are expected to debut in the marketplace any time soon, but they were a small showing of on going development in the arena of ultra energy efficient solar-powered computing. Intel has stressed it's goal of achieving 300 times greater energy efficiency than that of today over the course of the next 10 years.
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