Re: Where's the beef? Er Fab?
CONTINUED FORM ABOVE ….
f) Each processing core layer has 64 input channels and 64 output channels of 32-bits wide General Purpose Analogue Signal I/O which are sampled at 32-bits per sample used for Audio, Video, Radio or Instruments and Sensors-based operations. This facilitates SDR (Software Defined Radio), multiple environmental sensors for vehicles, home appliances and industrial automation or robotics. It facilitates multi-axis CNC-machining and metal and plastic 3D-printing and supports multimedia recording/playback/triggering networks and systems consisting of MANY cameras, microphones, musical instruments, lighting systems, machine sensors, industrial instruments, robotic armature and definitely moves self-driving and self-flying vehicle control many decades forward!
g) In terms of onboard PCIe-like digital communications lanes, we don't actually use those because EACH processing core layer is connected to the other layer via a Multi-Star Network Topology that used hardwired Dense Wave Optical connections at multi-Petabit speeds of Ethernet-like FRAME-based communications. This multi-star internal optical communications setup means each layer can communicate with ALL other layers in full-duplex at high-speed. For external communications, there is a Dense-Wave full-duplex fibre-optic connector on each layer to allow each processing core layer to communicate INDEPENDENTLY with external devices and also allows the global shared memory layers to act like SEPARATE K-RAM-based global memory storage units allowing for the creation of Extremely Large LAN/WAN-based Grid Processing Networks of many external devices cooperating together to form Virtual Supercomputers at multi-Petabit networking speeds!
h) Security-wise, we have built-in anti-Quantum Computing SHOR's algorithm resistant encryption for ALL system K-RAM where EVERY data block in memory and cache is ALWAYS ENCRYPTED and has an added security/privilege/priority level signature at all times! This PREVENTS in-memory and file-based scanning since ALL data blocks are always SEPARATELY encrypted and this also separates out End-user in-Memory and File-based Data away from Internal System/Operating System data AND separates application-specific instruction sets/microcode from all other apps which are ALWAYS SAND-BOXED away from each other. ONLY those apps that have the required security/privilege level or specific Group Identifier can communicate or share data with each other. No other application can interfere or control another without the requisite permissions or proper group identification credentials! This also means race-conditions cannot happen since each app is completely separate and runs in it's OWN memory-space and their OWN processing thread.
i) We also CHOSE GaAs (Gallium Arsenide) because of our 60 GHz clock speed requirement and because of the fact that CMOS chip production is extremely COMPLEX due to the expensive and time-consuming DOPING and EUV lithography processes needed to bring out specific chip qualities, especially at modern sub-10 nm line width processes. The 280 nm line trace widths of GaAs on Borosilicate Glass wafers make our chips very large area-wise BUT MUCH EASIER AND FASTER to manufacturer error-free using large-array electron-beam technologies.
Our chip fab cost less than a few hundred million CDN to make (located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) and we can make tens of thousands of chips at a time IN MERE MINUTES using Arrays of Electron-beam Arrays. Our tablets, phones and laptops are THICKER and heavier than other systems BUT WE are the only ones to have 128-bits wide computing with hard drives sized from 100 Terabyte up to multi-Petabyte SAN drive arrays with full dense-wave multiplexing-based Multi-Petabit fibre network connectivity built-in and
all networking fibre-connectors are RUGGEDIZED ball-swivelling optical connector technology that use Dense Wave Multiplexing (DWM) using multiple frequences of laser light full duplex at multiple PETABITS PER SECOND!
j) We also design and manufacture in-house multiple types of RGB-laser emitter monitors/video displays that are also Borosilicate glass panels which are 1:1 aspect ratio stereoscopic-capable 16,384 by 16,384 pixels (i.e. 64-bit RGBA colour display). We also make 16:10 aspect ratio video production displays at 16,383 by 10,240 pixels at 64-bits RGBA pixel (16 bits per colour and alpha channel)! Each display is connected-in-series to each other via simple and short fibre-optic cables and high-speed fibre-connectors
k) AND FINALLY, for the A.I. and Neural Net/Expert System programmers, we also created a MASSIVE ARRAY-based hardware-accelerated Multi-State Boolean Logic Decision Tree system which uses 256 SEPARATE buffers of fixed-width BOOLEAN RECORD TYPES organized as an array[ 0..255 ] of 16,384 by 16,384 boolean records that each contain multiple 8-bit boolean values and multiple 128-bit identifiers and action-code fields that contain the following information to create vast decision trees that can interpret hugely variable real-world and virtual-world conditions and runtime states:
// Decision tree boolen states used to decide left/right fork-in-the-road and other branching decisions in an Expert System or Neural Net
Final_Boolean_Value : 8_Bit_Boolean_Value;
// Current operational status codes using in error-processing and operational-state-based decision-making
Previous_Status_Code_Value : 128_Bit_Signed_Integer_Value;
Previous_Error_Code_Value : 128_Bit_Signed_Integer_Value;
The individual Boolean state value can be one of the following types:
1) Multi-State Decision:
2) Weighted 101-state Shades-of-Grey value
0% to 100% percentage-based numeric value
3) Weight 201-state integer Shades-of-Grey value
-100 to +100 where negative values are error-levels, 0 is none, nothing or unknown and positive grades are good values.
4) Weighted 11-state Integer Shades of Gray value
0 to +10 integer value where 0 is none, nothing or unknown and positive grades are good graded values.
5) Weighted 21-state Integer Shades of Gray value
-10 to +10 integer value where negative values are error-levels, 0 is none, nothing or unknown and positive grades are good values.
6) Weighted 3-state value system
-1 to +1 where -1 is bad; 0 = none or unknown; +1 = good
7) Simple two-state boolean state values
TRUE/OFF or ON/OFF or ONE/ZERO or YES/NO
By having 256 separate buffers each processed in-hardware using 16k by 16k worth of boolean values, it means 256 separate decision trees can be iterated through ALL-AT-ONCE OR SERIALLY in order to create fancy and faaaaaaaast-acting/real-time Neural Net and Expert Systems for natural language processing and general artificial intelligence applications. These extensive Boolean State record types allow for VARIABLE NEEDS in decision-tree creation so that neural net and expert systems can be easily developed, trained, deployed and maintained.
Again, WE WIN!