Science : Scientists Store and Retrieve Data Inside an Atom

I ‘m a fan of science I think that is we are going some where then science will simply lead the way. I read the following Post on Science Blog. Scientist stored data inside an atom. I think it’s worse reading.



Another step towards quantum computing – the Holy Grail of data processing and storage – was achieved when an international team of scientists that included researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) were able to successfully store and retrieve information using the nucleus of an atom.

In a paper entitled: “Solid-state quantum memory using the 31P nuclear spin,” published in the October 23 issue of the journal Nature, the team described an experiment in which exceptionally pure and isotopically controlled crystals of silicon were precisely doped with phosphorus atoms. Quantum information was processed in phosphorus electrons, transferred to phosphorus nuclei, then subsequently transferred back to the electrons. This is the first demonstration that a single atomic nucleus can serve as quantum computational memory.

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MOSS 2007 and WSS 3.0 Service Pack 2 has been officially announced

Microsoft preparing for the release of Microsoft SharePoint 2007 WSS 3.0 Service Pack 2.

The Expected release will be something between February and April 2009

Here are some of the expected highlights for the SharePoint Area provided by the SharePoint Technical Product Managers:

  • Improved Read-only Content Databases
    Whenever a content database is marked read-only, all of the site collections in that database are automatically marked as read-only.
  • ECM Performance and Manageability Improvements
    Improved performance and manageability in variations, including STSADM commands for repairing links between source and target pages.
  • Improved Index Rebuild Timer Jobs
    SharePoint content databases running in SQL Server 2005 will undergo an automatic index rebuild, which helps stop defragmentation, and stop the database from degrading in performance.
  • Upgrade Checker
    This will scan your SharePoint farm in advance of applying SP2 and will provide feedback on the environments readiness to upgrade.

Information for customers who have not yet applied Service Pack 1: Based on the support lifecycle page support for systems without Service Pack 1 will end on January 13th 2009.

Welcome to My Blog


My Name is Mahmoud Moussa and I’m a Senior Software Engineer In ITWorx. I’m Working mainly with Sharepoint. and lately I’ve been invasitagting on using SQL BI tools on SharePoint so I decided to start this blog to post so of the issues I have faced and help others to avoid it I hope that it will be helpful blog


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