timothy from the just-think-what-a-faster-laser-could-do dept.
Pranav writes "Using semiconductor lasers, scientists from Takushoku University, Saitama University, and NTT Corporation achieved random number rates of up to 1.7 gigabits per second, which is about 10 times higher than the second-best rate, produced using a physical phenomenon. Future work may center on devising laser schemes that can achieving rates as high as 10 Gbps."
The sooner all the animals are extinct, the sooner we'll find their money.
- Ed Bluestone