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What rhymes perfect?

What rhymes perfect?

What rhymes perfect?

What rhymes perfect?

What rhymes perfect?

What rhymes perfect?

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A group of scientists has created a miniaturized device called the MondoGolem that can store up to 16 gigabytes of data in order to allow researchers to carry out scientific calculations up to a terabyte in size with only a single flash memory card.

The researchers behind the MondoGolem are hoping its invention will help in research into storage technologies of the future, in a process known as ‘microchipset storage’.

The MondoGolem was created at the University of Sheffield using a technique in which data is stored across multiple flash memory cards, using a method called pattern recognition, which will enable it to store the huge amount of data, allowing the same amount of data to be stored on the chips as a single card.

The device has a range of data storage capacities on the market, and will be made available to research institutions to improve research performance.

The researchers behind the MondoGolem are hoping their invention will help in research into storage technologies of the future, in a process known as ‘microchipset storage’. This means that the entire information is stored on an integrated module within the gadget, which allows researchers to carry out research results in one device rather than with a host of flash memory cards. This is known as chip ‘spinning’.

“With an integrated module, we would have a single microchip, with an integrated flash memory card, which can serve as a microchip for the embedded system and a second chip would provide the storage and processing to access the data. A very different situation!” said researcher Dr Colin Pate, who also worked on the MondoGolem.

“This concept is exciting for research, but the real application is in the fields of healthcare or high energy nanotech, where the data could be used for storage and processing.” he said.
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Professor Tim O’Doherty, Director of Computing and Design in Sheffield’s School of Nanoscience, Science and Engineering, added, “The idea is of course to create a device that is a miniature version of today’s super computers. But what we have shown in the research at Sheffield is that this is possible, although it requires very high