HPC Today publishes an interview with Optalysys’s Dr. Nick New and James Duez on the groundbreaking optical computing technology Optalysys is developing. The technology, which aims to provide a step-change in computer processing power at a fraction of the energy consumption of traditional electronic systems, could prove to be a game-changer for the field of CFD.
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Optalysys are developing optical computing technology which will provide a step change in high-speed processing. Optalysys technology uses the natural properties of light through low-power laser beams instead of electricity to perform complex operations such as Big Data analysis and Computational Fluid Dynamics simulations. This revolutionary approach offers a significant leap forward in high-end processing whilst reducing power consumption to a fraction of the cost of today’s silicon technology.