Yes, it's made from metal, which is very cool! But aircraft components undergo rigorous inspection looking for cracks, defects, etc in the structure of the metal itself. Will this 3D-printed metal meet those standards?
Take a look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S...
100MHz of bandwidth only equals 100MBps throughput if Signal power = Noise power.
Working backwards implies the SNR from the experiment is 30000. I'm not sure if that is a reasonable number or not, but sound high to me.
My work: 10 * math.log10(2**(1e12/1e8) - 1)
Test it out by translating to one of the new languages and then translating back to English. I hope it works better than most translation software I've seen. Otherwise we may be fooling ourselves about how much of the language is being preserved.
James Reinders, the article's author, is the Intel marketing director for the company's Developer Products Division. The Developer Products Division is responsible for the Thread Building blocks (TBB) API, which is mentioned in the article as a solution to the "problem" presented. To his credit, Mr. Reinders does also mention OpenMP.