SUNNY SUNDEEP
1
NANO COMPUTING
JNTUK UCEV
2
OUTLINE
What is Nano Computing.
Types of Nano Computers.
Moore's law.
How Nano Computing works.
Advantages.
The f...
3
What is nano computing???
Nanocomputing describes computing that
uses extremely small, or nanoscale, devices.
This s...
4
Types of nano computers
I. Nano electronic computers.(Bits)
II. Nano mechanical computers.(Nano Gears)
III. Nano che...
Moore’s law
 According to Moore's law,the no of transistors
that will fit on a silicon chip doubles every 18
months.
...
6
Basic Terms
Quantum-Computer.
Qubits.
Teleportation.
Quantum Mechanics.
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Devices of Nano Computing
8
How nano computing works?? ?
• Nano computer would work by storing data in the
form of atomic quantum states or spin....
9
Advantages
 High computing performance.
 Low power computing.
 Easily portable flexible.
 Faster processing.
...
The future of Nano Computing
Nanocomputing will change the computing industry
in many ways:
➢Existing technologies, lik...
Disadvantages

 It is very expensive and developing it can cost you
a lot of money.
 It is also pretty difficult to...
CONCLUSION
12
“
“ The best way to predict the future
is to invent it.” "
REFERENCES
13
[1].Howstuffworks.com
[2].IEEEstandards.com
[3].Nanospace.com
[4].Google.co.in
[5].Nanoimages.com
Queries
15
Thanks
of 15

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Transcripts - Nano computing.

  • 1. SUNNY SUNDEEP 1 NANO COMPUTING JNTUK UCEV
  • 2. 2 OUTLINE What is Nano Computing. Types of Nano Computers. Moore's law. How Nano Computing works. Advantages. The future of Nano Computing. Disadvantages. Conclusion.
  • 3. 3 What is nano computing??? Nanocomputing describes computing that uses extremely small, or nanoscale, devices. This state-of-the-art electronic devices could be as small as about 100 nm, which is about the same size as a virus. Nanocomputer is the logical name for a computer smaller than the microcomputer. Fundamental parts are no bigger than a few nanometers.
  • 4. 4 Types of nano computers I. Nano electronic computers.(Bits) II. Nano mechanical computers.(Nano Gears) III. Nano chemical and biochemical computers.(Chemical Reactions) IV. Nano Quantum computers. (SEM+Quantum dot)
  • 5. Moore’s law  According to Moore's law,the no of transistors that will fit on a silicon chip doubles every 18 months.  Presently microprocessors have more 5 billions of transistors.  By the year 2020 the trend line of Moore’s law states that there should be a 1 nanometer feature size…..
  • 6. 6 Basic Terms Quantum-Computer. Qubits. Teleportation. Quantum Mechanics.
  • 7. 7 Devices of Nano Computing
  • 8. 8 How nano computing works?? ? • Nano computer would work by storing data in the form of atomic quantum states or spin. (SEM and quantum dots) • There are several methods of nano electronic data storage currently being researched. Among the most promising are set electron transistors and quantum dots. • All of these devices function based upon the principles of quantum mechanics…
  • 9. 9 Advantages  High computing performance.  Low power computing.  Easily portable flexible.  Faster processing.  Lighter and small computer devices.  Noise Immunity.
  • 10. The future of Nano Computing Nanocomputing will change the computing industry in many ways: ➢Existing technologies, like memory and backing storage, will become even more plentiful than they already are ➢New technologies will be created to replace obsolete machines ➢New standards and architectures will be needed to make use of the new systems when they are created
  • 11. Disadvantages   It is very expensive and developing it can cost you a lot of money.  It is also pretty difficult to manufacture.  These particles are very small, problems can actually arise from the inhalation of these minute particles.
  • 12. CONCLUSION 12 “ “ The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” "
  • 13. REFERENCES 13 [1].Howstuffworks.com [2].IEEEstandards.com [3].Nanospace.com [4].Google.co.in [5].Nanoimages.com
  • 14. Queries
  • 15. 15 Thanks

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