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Slovak 'Prodigy' chip to respond to stagnating speed of processors

December 6th, 2018

Prodigy, a low-energy high-performance 64-bit chip from a company called Tachyum, with subsidiaries in San Jose, California and Bratislava, is expected to respond to the stagnation seen in the speed of processors in the past decade, a situation that has arisen despite the increasing switching speed of transistors, said Radoslav Danilak, a Slovak inventor and founder of Tachyum. According to Danilak, the structure of Prodigy, which has received an Engineering Proof and will be available on the market as of 2020, should resolve the stalemate by using the fundamental physical limits of the device.


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