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Stored Purpose - Time Horizons (H1 - H3)

Stored Purpose - a new approach to computing leveraging the current capability of information science

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Warren Jones, Lana Rubalsky (2010) "Stored Purpose - Time Horizons (H1 - H3)", wJones Research, October 8, 2010
Although the introduction of new technology may appear to be rapid, historically its introduction and adaptation has unfolded methodically and in phases.

Nearly one hundred eighty (180) years have elapsed since the introduction of electronic data storage technologies that would lead to today’s computers1, one hundred thirty (130) years since data storage found its first major application for the US Census2, sixty-five (65) years since the stored-program computer design was first published by John von Neumann, forty-five (45) years since companies and governments began redesigning their operations around the computer, forty (40) years since the first versions of electronic mail and the Unix operating system (that powers today’s iPhone and iPad) were developed, and twenty-five (25) years since Microsoft introduced a suite of graphical “Office” applications (for the Macintosh).

If Stored Purpose were to evolve at the pace of its stored-program predecessor, the first intelligent iPhone “agents” would appear somewhere around 2190. We think progress will come a bit sooner:

H1 - Intelligent Technologies - 2010 and beyond
Use of Stored Purpose technology to enhance existing stored program applications
H2 - Reference Platform - 2012 and beyond
Campus and regional metacomputer prototypes
H3 - Omega Infrastructure - 2015 and beyond
Advanced metro and corporate applications employing organizational intelligence

Figure - Introduction of Stored Purpose Technology<br />Custom Stored Purpose applications can be built today.  An open platform for physical device and operating system makers, called Automation Appliance, is planned for 2012.  A broader fabric for metro-regional, corporate and government applications, called Omega Infrastructure, is planned for 2015.

Figure - Introduction of Stored Purpose Technology
Custom Stored Purpose applications can be built today. An open platform for physical device and operating system makers, called Automation Appliance, is planned for 2012. A broader fabric for metro-regional, corporate and government applications, called Omega Infrastructure, is planned for 2015.
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1 electronic data storage devices were first created in Russia by Semen Korsakov in 1832
2 by Herman Hollerith. He would create the company that ultimately became IBM

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