At IBM Think 2018 conference held this week, IBM company presented the smallest computer in the world.
It has a processor of similar power as computers from the nineties of the last century and is designed to monitor the delivery of goods, detect theft and fraud and perform simple tasks such as sorting the data it receives.
It consists of several hundred transistors that allow it to monitor, analyze, communicate and respond to data.
Perhaps one of the most interesting things about this IBM product is that its production costs up to 10 cents per piece.
According to IBM officials, this is just the beginning for them, as similar computers will become part of the devices and systems of the future.
IBM experts are currently testing the prototype, and it isn’t yet known when this device will found its place in mass use.