Moore’s law keeps going and going and going…

As Mark Twain would have said: Rumours on the demise of Moore’s law are somewhat exaggerated.
Several breakthroughs in chip-making technology coming in recent months from IBM Research Labs seem to augur an extended lease on life for Moore’s dictum.

Co-founder of Intel Gordon Moore observed in 1965 that the number of transistor in a chip doubles, roughly, every two years and predicted that this trend will continue in the future. Since then, advances in chip-making have been closely following his prediction

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One Response to Moore’s law keeps going and going and going…

  1. Pingback: 2007, good year for Moore’s Law « CyptoBlog

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