Modern Trends in Computer Hardware

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Modern Trends in Computer Hardware

By | Feb. 2011
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LATEST TRENDS
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COMPUTER HARDWARE

LATEST TRENDS IN COMPUTER HARDWARE
INTRODUCTION
1.The history of computing hardware is the record of the ongoing effort to make computer hardware faster, cheaper, and capable of storing more data. 2.Computing hardware evolved from machines that needed separate manual action to perform each arithmetic operation, to punched card machines, and then to stored program computers. The history of stored program computers relates first to computer architecture, that is, the organization of the units to perform input and output, to store data and to operate as an integrated mechanism. Secondly, this is a history of the electronic components and mechanical devices that comprise these units. Finally, we describe the continuing integration of 21st century supercomputers, networks, personal devices, and integrated computers/communicators into many aspects of today's society. Increases in speed and memory capacity, and decreases in cost and size in relation to compute power, are major features of the history .

3.The future of hardware is quite shaky because of the troubles between software and hardware computer engineers and now that software could not keep up with hardware, hardware may be declining as software will take precedence. One thing to consider is that hardware cannot be eliminated completely. The market will always demand for faster, lighter, more compatible, and overall better hardware. It can be stated that hardware may not enlist as many jobs as software does currently because of the need and advances in software technology compared to hardware technology. Hardware is and will continue to create new applications that will make life and businesses easier and more successful. BUS TECHNOLOGY

4.At one time, "bus" (Annex 1-a) meant an electrically parallel system, with electrical conductors similar or identical to the pins on the CPU. This is no longer the case, and modern systems are blurring the lines between...