“We currently have built
this Aquasar system that’s one rack full of processors. We plan
that 10 to 15 years from now, we can collapse such a system in to
one sugar cube—we’re going to have a supercomputer in a sugar
—IBM scientist Dr. Bruno Michel, talking about the much smaller and far more energy efficient machines he plans to build with his method of cooling processors with water (very tiny tubes of water) rather than with fans like most computers use today. “Aquasar” is an awesome name for something. Now here are five music videos.