[Server-sky] Intel trigate transistors and radiation

Jonathan "Duke" Leto jonathan at leto.net
Wed Oct 23 19:18:09 UTC 2013

Howdy Keith,

Please let me know how I can help with coming up with "intermediate level"
technical descriptions of things. That sounds right up my alley.

Perhaps we should make a Server Sky meetup in Portland? I feel that if we
can get a few Server Sky people in one physical place, even for a short
time, that amazing things will happen.

It can also serve as a model for Server Sky meetups/groups to pop-up
where-ever there are people interested in collaborating on Server Sky.


On Tue, Oct 22, 2013 at 10:40 AM, Keith Lofstrom <keithl at kl-ic.com> wrote:

> I've been offline for a while, learning more about the
> van Allen belt, diffusion of particles through the
> various regions, etc.  There is surprisingly little
> "intermediate" level technical description out there.
> We may have to create it ourselves out of the more
> sophisticated models and papers, so we can engineer
> with it, and explain our design decisions to others.
> As the semiconductor literature suggests, I've verified
> that the radiation resistance of the recent Intel
> trigate processes is indeed fantastic, which raises
> issues with export control for Intel's commercial
> products.  Intel is negotiating with the US government
> now to resolve these issues.  Server Sky's future
> options hinge on successful negotiations, so wish
> them luck, but please don't upset the process.
> We may find similar technologies (eventually) at TSMC
> or Samsung, but that may require that Server Sky
> exports the design work and perhaps ourselves, not
> only production and launch.  Color me provincial,
> but I'd rather make jobs for friends and neighbors
> here in the US.
> Keith
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