A collaboration between team members of Hewlett Packard Enterprise and the “creative minds behind Star Trek Beyond” has resulted in the development of “three conceptual technologies for the film, all based on HPE‘s biggest and most ambitious research project – The Machine.”
According to HPE, The Machine “poised to leave behind sixty years of technological compromises and inefficiencies, reinventing the fundamental architecture on which all computing is currently based – from smart phones to data centers to super computers. It aims to enable a leap in performance and efficiency, while lowering costs and improving security.
“This new technology would no doubt seem like science fiction to the first computer pioneers of the 1950’s. And, even today, the possibilities seem beyond comprehension. As you can imagine, this gave HPE and Star Trek Beyond production teams plenty of creative runway for the film.”
The concepts in the film include “the quarantine, the diagnostic wrap, and the book. Each of these concepts showcase[s] HPE‘s vision for the future of technology, but [is] rooted in developments we hope to introduce much sooner.”
Source: Hewlett Packard Enterprise