Alex Hern: A Change in the Future Computer Processing
There’s nothing more exciting than growing your business. In addition to the excitement that accompanies this growth, there is also the crippling fear that it might fail. Businesses fail all the time. This is especially true in the technology business where products are constantly changing. Alex Hern has made it his life’s work to keep up with the frequent changes that plague the technological community of the business world. This has earned him a lot of success in that arena and he recently gave an interview to Ideamensch that elaborated on why he believes he has been so successful in the field.
His interview with Ideamensch covered how important he believed that some degree of focus was to the process. Alex Hern believes that focus is indicative of a good businessman. He takes 4 to 5 hours a day to focus on one of his projects at a time. This allows him to approach the problems of that project with a clear head. He uses that clarity to make informed decisions about the future for these projects. It has been a habit that has worked out well for him for some time now. In fact, this habit has been so successful that Alex Hern recently announced the launch of his new project Tsunami XR.
Tsunami XR is important because it will essentially be on the forefront of writing new programming and software applications centered around the future of computation. Computation is making a shift toward the GPU’s in the future. More companies are looking at the power of GPU usage. While it does take them longer to retrieve a memory, they are able to retrieve larger amounts of it. Additionally, the GPU’s are able to be stacked in larger amounts. This means that they can queue up the information and provide a constant stream of data. The unloading process ensures that there will always be a line of data. CPUs are simply not capable of this process and are not able to be stacked in such a number. Many CPUs can only be stacked in pairs of two. Tsunami XR is it going to be part of a massive change in the future of computer processing.