The Irish Computer Science and Engineering Research Council is to launch the Cherry computer, a new type of computer, in 2018.
The Cherry, which can operate on battery power, is one of two new typefaces to be released for use in 2018 by the European Commission’s Computer Science Centre.
It is based on a unique technology called the Cherry Stream, which allows for the creation of highly-detailed computerised interfaces.
The new technology is based around the Cherry-Sampson algorithm, a method of computing that can be used to solve complex mathematical problems.
The aim is to create a computer with a higher degree of efficiency than traditional CPUs.
The device will use Cherry-based chips, which are faster and cheaper to produce, and Cherry Stream chips that can use Cherry as a “battery”.
The Cherry Stream algorithm uses the information gathered by the Cherry stream, which is built on the principles of graph theory and graph theory is a mathematical technique that takes the characteristics of a given object and applies them to a given problem.
It can also be used for problem solving, the company said.
The team at Cherry is currently working on its first computer.
The company hopes to produce two devices in 2018, with the first of which being a laptop that will be used in healthcare.